depth marker

depth marker

[′depth ‚märk·ər]
(engineering)
A thin board or other lightweight substance used as a means of identifying the surface of snow or ice which has been covered by a more recent snowfall.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The depth marker is there for a reason - you can't ignore over a metre of icy water.
A 0.5-mm depth marker indicates the depth of the prosthesis into the vestibule.
Starting with a three-dimensional (3D) image of the skull created from multiple CT scans, Chicago artist Joshua Harker used a technique known as the Gatliff-Snow American Tissue Depth Marker Method to calculate the contours of the face to digitally recreate Meresamun's appearance.
Etched depth marks, along with a depth marker, provide easy visualization of the correct depth.
Features: company offers a complete line of depth marker and safety-related tiles for waterline and deck installation; screen-printed and kiln-fired at high temperatures to make product permanent; designed to resist fading from UV rays and pool chemicals
Etched depth marks, along with a depth marker, provide easy visualization of the correct depth, and disrupted metal at the tip allows for visualization enhancement during ultrasound procedures.
* Features: complete line of depth marker and safety-related tiles for both waterline and deck installation; screen-printed and kiln-fired at high temperatures to ensure permanence; designed to resist fading, UV rays, chemicals; also offers custom signature and logo tiles
Chapter 31B requires that hard to maintain areas such as depth markers, decks, concrete, ladders, diving boards and pool floors be slip resistant.
We then lowered them onto a field at the side of the river." Last year Durham County Council highway engineers enlarged warning signs at the ford and installed depth markers.
This section, expertly cowritten by Betty Pat Gatliff, explains the techniques of facial reconstruction in detail, beginning with the preparation of the skull and the addition of tissue depth markers and concluding with the sculpting of the mouth, eyes, and nose.