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Public asked to photograph Bay Area 'king tides'

Original post made on Jan 29, 2014

Another round of extra-high tides, known as king tides, is scheduled to roll up onto Bay Area shores this week and a civic group is asking citizens to help with photographing the phenomenon.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 9:10 AM

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Posted by astronomer, a resident of another community
on Jan 29, 2014 at 4:13 pm

I guess "Down By The Bay" is around town. Love those elliptical orbits. This is a great 'citizen science' opportunity. Like birding for a wildlife census or meteor counting/photographing for a comet remnant study (NASA Ames). Note the difference in times between Berkley - and Palo Alto - it takes a while for those zillions of gallons of seawater to gush through the Golden Gate and slosh down South to us.


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