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ti·dal

(tī'dăl),
Relating to or resembling the tides, alternately rising and falling.

tidal

/ti·dal/ (ti´d'l) ebbing and flowing like the waters of the oceans.

tidal

[tī′dəl]
Etymology: AS, tid, time
pertaining to an alternating process, such as a rise-and-fall, ebb-and-flow, or periodic lapse of time.

ti·dal

(tī'dăl)
Relating to or resembling the tides, alternately rising and falling.
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For the batch of wild fish, higher numbers were detected during daylight hours than at night, and the movement of fish that stayed in the nursery for multiple weeks did not correspond with tidally driven changes in bottom temperature.
The stars would have to be tidally locked from the beginning of their formation, notes the researchers, and these young stars could act more like a middle-aged star.
Influence of Soil on Fecal Indicator Organisms in a Tidally Influenced Subtropical Environment, 68 Applied & Envtl.
This interaction stripped away part of its circumstellar disk, leaving a tidally disrupted "arm" feature and a short truncated disk.
This is the closest one to Earth in a habitable zone that is not tidally locked," University of Hertfordshire astronomer Hugh Jones told Reuters.
During the second part of the Eifelian, in Narva time, transgressive tidally influenced, mixed carbonate-siliciclastic subtidal to supratidal shallow marine deposits partially filled the DBB (Tanavsuu-Milkeviciene et al.
Between forced exhalations, the participants inhaled particle-free air tidally through a particle filter.
ECOLOGICAL NOTES: This species shelters among coral blocks on tidally emergent reef crests, with adults skating on the deeper fore reef waters beyond, where they are often syntopic with various Halobates species (D.
Waters along this zone are tidally influenced by St.
Dune fields attest to a well-established, tidally driven bottom current system upstream of the Saguenay River (D'Anglejan 1971) where the estuary drastically narrows and shallows.
Two of the segments are the nontidal portions of the Mission and Aransas rivers, two segments are the tidally influenced downstream reaches of those rivers, and one segment comprises Copano Bay itself.
Bedforms typical of tidally influenced settings, such as flaser and lenticular bedding, are also common.