decametre


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.

decametre

(US), decameter
ten metres
References in periodicals archive ?
During basin-wide deposition of the Macumber Formation, the decametre thickness of which records very shallow water deposition, the floor of the Antigonish Basin can have had little or no topography.
It provides a water reservation to the Nisga'a Nation of 300,000 cubic decametres of water per year (approximately one percent of the annual average flow of the Nass River) that can be converted to water licences with a priority date of 1996 for domestic, industrial and agricultural purposes.