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How to Determine the Height of Tide Procedure Finding  the  height  of  the  tide  is  relatively  simple.  In  the  following example,  we  will  calculate  the  height  of  tide  at  the  George  Washington Bridge  on  the  Hudson  River,  NY.  The  time  desired  is  1100  standard time,  8  September  1993.  To  make  our  job  easier,  we  will  use  OPNAV strip  form  3530/40  HT  OF  TIDE. OPNAV 3530/40 (4-73) HT OF TIDE Date Location Time Ref Station Step Action 1. 2. 3. 4. Completed  Strip Form Enter  the  desired  date. 08  SEPT Enter  the  location.  Find  George Washington  Bridge  in  the  alphabetical index  in  the  back  of  the  Tide  Tables. The  subordinate  station  number  is found  to  be  #1561  in  table  2. Enter  the  desired  time. The  reference  station  is  found  by  first finding  our  subordinate  station (George  Washington  Bridge)  #1561  in table  2,  and  then  looking  in  the  center of  the  DIFFERENCE  column  and following  it  upward  (as  shown  in  fig. 7-4)  to  the  line  entitled  “on  New  York p. 56." Figure  7-3  is  an  excerpt  from  table  2. The  data  for  steps  5,  6,  7,  and  8  are found  by  inspecting  the  times  and heights  differences  for  8  Sep  for  the George  Washington  Bridge. George Washington  Bridge 1100 New  York 7-7

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