depth zone

depth zone

[′depth ‚zōn]
(geology)
A zone within the earth giving rise to different metamorphic assemblages.
(oceanography)
Any one of four oceanic environments: the littoral, neritic, bathyal, and abyssal zones.
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Here, the definition of water column refers to the depth zone along the coast, a range.
An intermediate resistivity layer ranging from 101 to 218 U m at the intermediate depth zone, which could be represented as weathered to moderately weathered rock material.
The completion of an update of the resource estimate for the mine's Depth Zone has increased to 46 million pounds of contained nickel in the indicated category to 113 million pounds as of March 2007.
Statistical analyses focused on ANCOVA using factor scores as the dependent variables, the total number of clams caught per tow as the covariate, and depth zone and latitudinal zone as main effects.
The mine is currently producing ore from the Depth zone at a rate of about 500 tonnes per day.
And if you really, really want to knock the kings dead, the 80-to 90-foot depth zone south of Jupiter Inlet will be a turkey shoot.
With nearly 125 employees toiling on regular production within the Lockerby Depth Zone production numbers are up to an estimated 105,000 tons for the year.
The resulting density surfaces were modified to include only areas of the appropriate substrate type and depth zone, and were used to calculate total biomass.
Long-hole drilling of the first Depth Zone stope (Level 61) is in progress and ore development for the second stope (Level 63) started the week of October 3rd.
Significant factors affecting sea turtle bycatch were season, time-of-day, sea surface temperature, and depth zone.
The 1-26 m depth zone was not sampled in NEFSC offshore surveys, but "inshore" strata were added to the survey in 1972.
jklm] = the estimated total shrimping effort (hours of fishing) for year j, area k, season l, and depth zone m.