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  • AGL4now
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    Originally posted by fuhrerak View Post
    I use this site a lot, despite the missing locations (Kenai?!?)
    http://www.mobilegeographics.com:81/...rica/Anchorage

    The graph helps me quickly visualize neap/spring amplitude, current intensity, etc etc. Sunrise-sunset data is always helpful too.

    It also looks like if you have a fancy iPhone you can link to a tide application.

    WOW, that is a great site. Bookmarked it. thank you

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  • fuhrerak
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    I use this site a lot, despite the missing locations (Kenai?!?)
    http://www.mobilegeographics.com:81/...rica/Anchorage

    The graph helps me quickly visualize neap/spring amplitude, current intensity, etc etc. Sunrise-sunset data is always helpful too.

    It also looks like if you have a fancy iPhone you can link to a tide application.

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  • AGL4now
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    That worked, Thanks. This time of year it is fun to but on the caulk boots and pretend to be a Mt. Goat on the beached Turnagain Arm Icebergs. But Old goats can't outrun the tide.

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  • Berto
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    this is where i look:

    http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/tides09/tpred2.html#AK

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  • Raptor_1
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    This one.....look at the begining of the forums....it's there. Or you can go to www.alaskaoutdoorjournal.com

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  • AGL4now
    started a topic Tide Tables online....???? Where....???

    Tide Tables online....???? Where....???

    What site has tide tables on the web......???

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