mean depth

mean depth

[′mēn ′depth]
(hydrology)
Average water depth in a stream channel or conduit computed by dividing the cross-sectional area by the surface width.
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Creation of excavation partially cleared, mean depth approx.
After segmentation, the depth of a superpixel is defined as the mean depth of pixels within its region, and the semantic label of a superpixel is the category with the highest frequency within its region.
He noted that if the water of all lakes on Earth was deposited together in one large lake, the mean depth of that lake would be 42 meters, whereas the mean depth of the oceans is 3,682 meters.
9% genome coverage (891,561/1,899,676 nt) at a mean depth of 4.
They also demonstrated statistically significant difference in the mean width of the Sella while mean depth showed no statistically significant difference between the two groups.
Based on the information attained, matrices were developed for mean depth and standard deviation, which maintain the same format as the connectivity matrix.
2%) of total fish tagged Table 2 Releases of tagged sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) off Newport, Oregon, in September 2003 and May 2004 (tagging set 2), with mean depth of sampling, surface temperature, fish sizes (measured in fork length [FL]), number of fish tagged, and number of fish recaptured for each sampling trip.
94 Mb of data was mapped to target regions with a mean depth of 401.
virgo was caught by the second author in the River Dyje (right tributary of the River Morava, Danube basin; current fast, mean depth 1 m) in the town of Breclav (r.
Holding at a mean depth of about 16 feet just prior to turnover, the tagged fish quickly dove to 30 feet or more when the turn occurred.

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