[Geowanking] Source for hour-by-hour tide level information
fischer at sacred.net
Wed Jul 23 13:59:28 PDT 2008
I think Xtide will do what you want - use the command line tide
program, it allows start, end times, step size of the interval,
does csv output, a huge set of stations.
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 3:25 PM, Chris Spurgeon <chris at spurgeonworld.com>
> I need a source for the predicted tide level for the Hudson River at New
> York City (which I believe is technically the Battery station). Ideally the
> data would include the predicted tide level for every hour for the next
> Anyone have a good suggested URL I could hit to get this type of data back
> (hopefully already in some easily digestible format like XML or CSV).
> Note that I'm NOT after the times of high and low tides, I'm after tide
> levels at specific times. I could do extrapolation from high and low tide
> times if I had to, but I'd like to avoid that pain in the ass.
> Thanks all!
> Chris Spurgeon
> chris at spurgeonworld.com
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