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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Besides, I use subsidiary reservoirs only to attain a mean depth of 750 to 1,000 fathoms, and that with a view of managing my machines.
Mean depth of hoof hollows was 60 mm, with 13 hoof prints/[m.
Although, the mean depth for both specimens is around 0.
That can mean softness, it can mean depth, it can mean a variety of elements combined to maximize that sensory element of feel.
Beneath the Andes, the Nazca plate is horizontal and earthquakes have a mean depth of 120 km as suggested previously based on scarce teleseismic data (Stauder, 1977; Tavera & Buforn, 2001).
As expected, LCB2 lakes are only represented in the depth groups up to 4 m, as their mean depth is generally smaller.
For Natalie Smith, a senior all-league player at the wing last season, injuries now mean depth later in the season.
For carrying out tests, mean depth of current, minimum and maximum oscillations of water surface were noted before installing plates.
Sites PG and M7 were about 200 m from shore, had a mean depth of 6 m, and had a substrate consisting of a series of steel pilings.
When 12 samples were sequenced on a 318 chip, we obtained an average mean depth of coverage of 3525 X, with 99% of the targeted bases having at least 100X coverage.

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