I am trying to use Google Earth Engine to explore changes in coastal areas over time using LANDSAT imagery. A key piece of this will be to determine what LANDSAT images were taken at high tide and which at low tide to accurately quantify changes in coastline. The end goal is to create a self-contained product that virtually anyone could use to explore changes to coastlines, without needing to import their own tidal data.

Is there a way to integrate an external tidal calculator with GEE, such that the dates of LANDSAT images could be crosschecked with that calculators database of high and low tides?

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