Tide by Hugh Aldersey-Williams
The Science and Lore of the Greatest Force on Earth by Hugh Aldersey-Williams (2016-06-02)

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Millions will be affected by tides in decades to come, but we know not how much, and only vaguely where. There is much more to be learned about tides. This book is a good introduction to them.
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Hugh Aldersey-Williams studied natural sciences at Cambridge. He is the author of several books exploring science, design and architecture - including Periodic Tales, Anatomies and The Adventures of Sir Thomas Browne in the 21st Century - and has curated exhibitions at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Wellcome Collection. He lives in Norfolk with his wife and son.
 
Published January 1, 2012 by Coward-McCann.
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Reviewed by Horatio Clare on Jun 05 2016

Millions will be affected by tides in decades to come, but we know not how much, and only vaguely where. There is much more to be learned about tides. This book is a good introduction to them.

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