anonymous
  • anonymous
When the effects of the moon and sun work together, this is what kind of tide? Neap tide Fall tide Spring tide New moon tide
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JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
Maybe this could help you : http://home.hiwaay.net/~krcool/Astro/moon/moontides/
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JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
I Believe its Spring tide- Spring Tides When the moon is full or new, the gravitational pull of the moon and sun are combined. At these times, the high tides are very high and the low tides are very low. This is known as a spring high tide. Spring tides are especially strong tides (they do not have anything to do with the season Spring). They occur when the Earth, the Sun, and the Moon are in a line. The gravitational forces of the Moon and the Sun both contribute to the tides. Spring tides occur during the full moon and the new moon.

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