TideTables: Tide Analysis and Prediction of Predominantly Semi-Diurnal Tides

Tide analysis and prediction of predominantly semi-diurnal tides with two high waters and two low waters during one lunar day (~24.842 hours, ~1.035 days). The analysis should preferably cover an observation period of at least 19 years. For shorter periods, for example, the nodal cycle can not be taken into account, which particularly affects the height calculation. The main objective of this package is to produce tide tables.

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AuthorMoritz Mueller-Navarra [aut, cre], Sylvin Mueller-Navarra [aut] ((2019) <https://doi.org/10.5194/os-15-1363-2019>), Andreas Boesch [ctb] ((2019) <https://doi.org/10.5194/os-15-1363-2019>)
MaintainerMoritz Mueller-Navarra <muellernavarra@gmail.com>
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