bathymetry


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bathymetry

[bə′thim·ə·trē]
(engineering)
The science of measuring ocean depths in order to determine the sea floor topography.
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Therefore, this study aims to describe the coral larvae biovolume trajectories and concentration areas, during the spawning period of August 2016, using a new and accurate bathymetry of the area, in order to better understand local dynamics and coral larvae dispersion within the VRS.
Key words: bathymetry; Arctic Ocean; mapping; oceanography; tectonics
By exploring bathymetry, content standards such as communication and transportation technologies can be explored and discussed.
He said, "Capacity building of the National Institute of Oceanography in the areas of mapping of tidal energy potential, bathymetry, high resolution marine acoustics, integrated coastal zone management and monitoring of marine pollution is necessary to carry out its mandate effectively and efficiently".
She said that capacity building of the National Institute of Oceanography in the areas of mapping of tidal energy potential, bathymetry, high resolution marine acoustics, integrated coastal zone management and monitoring of marine pollution is necessary to carry out its mandate effectively and efficiently.
Organized by the National Council for Scientific Research, and within the framework of the CANA Project on Establishing Monitoring and Sustainable Development of the Lebanese Sea, this workshop on "Coastal Bathymetry of Lebanon,' aims at bringing together institutions and individuals concerned with the knowledge of the physical environment of the Lebanese sea, particularly near the coast: scientists, coastal managers, and stakeholders in the domain of marine resources.
Using data gathered from a wide range of sources, including multi-beam and single-beam echo sounders, airborne laser bathymetry and satellite imagery, Dr Robin Beaman's 3D depth model covers an area of three million square kilometres.
"It's a novel and useful technique for gathering bathymetry data," says Paul Holland, an ocean modeler with the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge, England.
One of WorldView-2's unique characteristics is its eight high-resolution multispectral bands, which are proving very valuable for advanced remote sensing applications, such as vegetative analysis, bathymetry and land use/land cover.
Once you've gazed long enough at the bathymetry (which is a fancy way of saying underwater topography) aim your pointer at the table of contents.
One is a bathymetry and sounding map of the lake's depths with a topographic overlay suitable for fishing or recreational diving.
With a definition of geographic information science so broad as to include any aspect of the capture, storage, integration, management, retrieval, display, analysis, and modeling of spatial data and applications found in bathymetry, orthoimagery, hydrography, transportation and communication networks, utility planning, medical service planning, and even retailing, it is clear this handbook cannot comprehensively cover all topics of its chosen subject.