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easting

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The distance a craft makes good to the east.

easting

i. An eastward (left to right) reading of grid values on a map. When the map is read from south to north, it is called northing.
ii. Movement toward the east.
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The likely extent of a prior stream channel between Eastings 602 000 and 605 000 is also evident.
At Eastings between 610 000 and 616 000, the intermediate-small topsoil and subsurface [sigma](30-60 mS/m) and intermediate subsoil [sigma](60-90 mS/m) signify the location of the gradational to duplex soil profiles of the Wilga and Byron soil profiles of the Trangie Cowal pedoderm.
Between Eastings 594 000 and 599 000, the layered nature of the intermediate (30-60 mS/m) and large (>120 mS/m)[sigma]modelled to 15 m is to some extent consistent with the stratified nature of the various particle size fractions shown in Fig.
Further to the east and between Eastings 599 000 and 604 000 the intermittent and small scale change in root-zone [sigma] from intermediate-small (30-60 mS/m) to intermediate (60-90 mS/m) suggests soil type changes rapidly.
In the centre of the transect, and between Eastings 608 000 and 610000, the generally intermediate [sigma] is consistent with the larger clay content measured within several of the cores (i.
Specifically, and by reinstating the EM38 data, the duplex nature of the soil associated with the Mitchell class appears to be well represented between Eastings 594 000 and 599 000.
The prior stream channel that we infer from the particle size fraction data, and located between Eastings 602 000 and 605 000, is also reasonably well modelled.
The prior stream and the associated sediments that we infer from the particle size fractions are also well defined between Eastings 602 000 and 605 000.
The inclusion of the EM38 data improves the root-zone modelling of the duplex nature of the Byron and Wilga soil between Eastings 609 000 and 613 000 and at Easting 616 000.
Comparisons to the 73 Easting simulation come quickly, and the complexity of the Mazar model becomes evident.
The stepwise MLR model also shows that only the Easting is statistically valid (Table 5).
a] data and the Easting were statistically significant.