Reference numberCLP/6/22
TitlePaper, observations of the tides at Plymouth in 1667 by Samuel Colepresse
Date6 January 1668
DescriptionThe diurnal tides from about the latter end of March till the latter end of September are about a foot higher (perpendicular, which is alwayes to be understood) in the evening, than in the morning. That is, in every tide, that happens after 12 in the day, and before 12 at night.
States that this was in response to the queries proposed in the Philosophical Transactions
Read to the Royal Society on 16 January 1668
Subject: Oceanography
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1668.0006
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