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How to Determine the Height of Tide, Continued OPNAV  3530/40  (4-73) HT  OF  TIDE Corr  Table  III HT  of  Tide Step Action 19. Enter  the  upper  portion  of  the  table  with  the nearest  duration  of  rise  or  fall  (upper  left  margin) for 7h 09m. 19  a.  Follow  this  line  horizontally  until  you  reach  the column  for  the  nearest  value  for  the  time  to nearest high/low water (2 hour 3 1 minutes). 19 b. Follow  this  column  down  to  the  lower  half  of  the table  until  you  intersect  the  nearest  value  for  the range  of  tide  (lower  left  margin).  Extract  the  data (1.0  ft)  and  enter  on  the  worksheet. 20. To  find  the  final  piece  of  information  you  need, height  of  tide,  you  must  apply  the  correction  as directed  by  the  instructions  at  the  bottom  of  table Those  instructions  are  as  follows: “When  the  nearest  tide  is  high  water,  subtract  the correction.” “When  the  nearest  tide  is  low  water,  add  the correction.” In  this  case  the  nearest  tide  is  high,  so  you subtract  the  correction  (3.9  -1.0  =  2.9  ft). Strip Form 1.0 ft 2.9 ft You  have  now  computed  the  height  of  tide  for  1100  standard  time, September  8,  1993,  at  George  Washington  Bridge,  N.Y.  The  tide  will  be 2.9  feet  above  mean  lower  low  water  (charted  depth). 7-11

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