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Related to isoline: isopleth, isobar, isotherm

isoline

A line on a chart showing an equal value of a variable quantity. Weather maps have isobars, isotherm, isoshear, and isotach as isolines on them. See isobars.
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Going on, stars evolve in the direction of lower [epsilon] values and reach the isoline [[epsilon].
Isoline said she had always been present in her grandchildren's lives and would see them on a monthly basis.
Based upon data analyzed thus far, the advantages of using the computer software are that students: 1) do not find it so tedious to try to construct various types of maps such as choropleth or circle or dot or isoline maps; 2) are able to focus more upon interpreting the maps produced because of having been able to spend less time on map-making than when using traditional pen-and-ink cartography; and 3) have a sense of being "professional geographers" as they master the technology of the simple GIS (geographic information system) of this particular CD-ROM.
Primary root tip location in the soil paralleled a 17[degrees]C soil temperature isoline.
8220;Matt and Sean's tremendous balance of talent and vision has led to an incredible body of work - work that continues to inspire and motivate,” says Charlotte Isoline, VP, Executive Creative Director.
Ms Ho was killed at her Isoline Street home on her 29th birthday in 1998.
However, in soybean fields in Florida, whiteflies on a glabrous isoline suffered more parasitism than whiteflies on a pubescent isoline (McAuslane et al.
At this year's ceremony 51 medals will be presented by Thomas Gee's great-granddaughter, Isoline Greenhalgh, of Rowen, near Conwy.
The body of the 26-year-old, known locally as Candy, was found at her Isoline Street home in the east Belfast in June 1998.
The isoline maps in Figure 8 show pattems of maximum angular distortion and areal distortion.
5D strategies available in Delcam for SolidWorks, plus the 3D single-surface strategies for Z-level roughing, with either offset or raster, and finishing with raster, isoline or spiral.