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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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Compared to earlier VCM maps for Estonia and Fennoscandia, the isolines of EST2015LU over Lake Peipsi and SE Estonia resemble most the VCM map by Randjarv (1993).
The progress is achieved by means of the evaluation of the relocation of the waterline from the shift of a selection of isolines of the elevation of the sandy beach and the subsequent application of the theory of EBP and an inverse of the Bruun Rule.
As a result of the specified constructions the authors received phase composition diagrams of analysed sand the values of various studied non-isothermal moisture transfer parameters put on them in the form of isolines (Figs 4-9).
Furthermore, we encourage the use of isoline maps to present better distribution results for large area studies regarding lichen biomonitoring, as done by other recent researchers such as Ferreira et al.
For a computational form development, first, a database is prepared in SPRING [R] Software and after the georeferencing and digitizing of topographic maps, by the isolines (contour lines), it was generated a rectangular grid or a regular grid.
The results appear in isolines for each harmonics, with a spacing of 0,1 and depth levels of 0-30km.
The illumination data depicted by lux isolines are available for both the optical interface and on the working plane (either in graphical figures with gray shades or colors as well as isolines).
In Figure 8, an example for Panama for a 2500-year RP can be seen with this representation, which could probably do not even need legend as the labeled isolines and the color gradient allow the map reading.