# 7.2: Lesson 2, Activity 2, Tide Gauge Records

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## Record 1: Salalah, Oman

Latitude: 15°56' N, Longitude: 54°00' E

## Record 2: Diego Garcia

Lat: 7°14' S, Lon: 72°26' E

6°46' N, 73°10' E

## Record 4: Zanzibar

6°09' S, 39°11' E

## Record 5: Lamu

2°16' S, 40°54' E

## Record 6: Male

4°11' N, 73°31' E

## Record 7: Point LaRue

4°40' S, 55°32' E

## Record 8: Gan

0°41' S, 73°09' E

NOTE:

Records 9-15 were provided by the Survey of India and its National Institute of Oceanography. Interpretations of these datasets may be found in the following paper: Nagarajan et al., Earth Planets Space, 58, 211-215, 2006. (I am not requiring you to read this paper.) Each of these plots shows 24 hours of data beginning at midnight 26 December 2004 UTC. The Survey of India thoughtfully provides station coordinates in decimal degrees, so you won't have to convert these positions.

## Record 9: Chennai

80.30°E, 13.10°N. This station samples once every 5 minutes.

## Record 10: Kochi

76.26° E, 09.96° N. This station samples once every 6 minutes.

## Record 11: Mormugao

73.80° E, 15.42° N. This station samples once every 5 minutes.

## Record 12: Ohka

69.08° E, 22.47° N. This station samples once every 6 minutes

86.70° E, 20.26° N. This station samples once every 6 minutes.

## Record 14: Tuticorin

78.15° E, 08.80° N. This station samples once every 6 minutes.

## Record 15: Visakhapatnam

83.28°E, 17.68° N. This station samples once every 5 minutes.

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