Tides. A scientific History

des pages: : 292
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ISBN: : 0-521-79746-2
Type de format: : fb2, ibooks, azw, odf, epub, lit, pdf, mobi, cbt
Prix: : FREE
Auteure: : David-Edgar Cartwright,,
Les données: : 01/02/2001
EAN: : 9780521797467

28 oct. Books on tide gauging Les observatoires - Observer la Terre, Hermann science, ISBN: Tides: A Scientific History. Brouscon's Almanach of Tidal diagrams "according to the age of the Moon" . Guillaume Brouscon was a Breton cartographer of the Dieppe school in the 16th century. Jump up to: Tides: a scientific history David Edgar Cartwright p; ^ Robert J. King, “Finding Marco Polo's Locach”, Terrae Incognitae, vol, no Antoine Cavalleri (–) was a Jesuit professor of mathematics at Cahors during much Secondly, Cavalleri's essay on tides, though penetrating in that he recognised debatable points in both Cartesian and Tides: A Scientific History.Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of the Earth. 03/06/ · If you ask most oceanographers what a Proudman function or a Doodson number is, you are likely to be met with blank looks—and yet these are terms central to the Author: Duncan Agnew. Get this from a library! Tides: a scientific history. [David Edgar Cartwright] -- This book provides a history of the study of the tides over two millennia, from the.


Tides. A scientific History