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This special issue marks the 100th anniversary of the Liverpool Tidal Institute. This preface summarises how the LTI came about and the roles of its first two Directors. It also gives an overview of research on tides at the LTI. Summaries are given of the 26 papers in the special issue. The topics of many of them could be thought of as providing a continuation of the research first undertaken at the LTI. They provide a snapshot of work on tides now being made by groups around the world.
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https://doi.org/10.5194/os-2020-121
https://doi.org/10.5194/os-2020-121

  08 Jan 2021

08 Jan 2021

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Preface: Developments in the Science and History of Tides

Philip L. Woodworth1, J. A. Mattias Green2, Richard D. Ray3, and John M. Huthnance1 Philip L. Woodworth et al.
  • 1National Oceanography Centre, Joseph Proudman Building, 6 Brownlow Street, Liverpool, L3 5DA, United Kingdom
  • 2School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, LL59 5AB, United Kingdom
  • 3Geodesy and Geophysics Laboratory, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA

Abstract. This special issue marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Liverpool Tidal Institute (LTI), one of a number of important scientific developments in 1919. The preface gives a brief history of how the LTI came about and the roles of its first two Directors, Joseph Proudman and Arthur Doodson. It also gives a short overview of the research on tides at the LTI through the years. Summaries are given of the 26 papers in the special issue. It will be seen that the topics of many of them could be thought of as providing a continuation of the research first undertaken at the LTI. Altogether, they provide an interesting snapshot of work on tides now being made by groups around the world.

Philip L. Woodworth et al.

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This special issue marks the 100th anniversary of the Liverpool Tidal Institute. This preface summarises how the LTI came about and the roles of its first two Directors. It also gives an overview of research on tides at the LTI. Summaries are given of the 26 papers in the special issue. The topics of many of them could be thought of as providing a continuation of the research first undertaken at the LTI. They provide a snapshot of work on tides now being made by groups around the world.
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