Mean high water spring
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The mean high water spring is the highest level that spring tides reach on the average over a period of time (often 19 years). This level is generally close to being the "high water mark" where debris accumulates on the shore annually.
- Definitions of various tide related terms on the Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory site.
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