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    Re: Tides by bearing of the moon
    From: Dave Walden
    Date: 2009 Apr 9, 09:50 -0700

    For the 29 high tides at Honolulu that ocurr while the moon is up, the average 
    LHA is 52.8, with a standard deviation of 10.7.  The average azimuth is 
    256.9, with a standard deviation of 23.8.  The average difference from 
    transit time is 3 hr 29 min, with a standard deviation of 45 minutes.  The 
    variations are quite regular as can be seen in the attached curves.  Again, a 
    quick result. Not thoroughly checked.
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