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To allow for this, we use an averaging period of 15 days in calculating the tidal energy flux. It is recognized that cross terms in (hv)due to lower frequency tidal constituents may not be negligible, but longer spans of data were not at hand. Simultaneous measurements of v and h were made at location J (Fig. 1) on the north-south section A-B through the middle of LIS. The measurements covered a 16-day period during which the winds were calm. The water depth was measured with a Bass model WG-100 wave gauge each hour and the current, with a General Oceanics model 20-10 current meter.

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