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The Khuran Channel, Southern Iran (26°45'N), is a topographically complex channel which is open at both ends. Owning to its particular geometry, this narrow channel is subjected to strong tidal currents. Across-channel distribution of the mean and tidal flows were obtained over a semidiurnal tidal cycle in the Khuran Channel where the highest tidal velocity in the third day of the secondary spring tide exceeded 140 cm/s. Velocity profiles were obtained using a 614.4 kHz Teledyne RDI Workhorsedoi:10.29252/ijmt.10.1 fatcat:m6uj3fk46vcbbfil55za2x233e