hydrographical


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Adj.1.hydrographical - of or relating to the science of hydrography
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Then, chart in hand, we reviewed the travels of the French navigator, his voyages of circumnavigation, his double detention at the South Pole, which led to the discovery of Adelaide and Louis Philippe, and fixing the hydrographical bearings of the principal islands of Oceania.
Also, although Hidalgo et ah (2008) found spatial and temporal differences related to environmental and hydrographical variables in recruitment processes and condition of European hake around Balearic Islands, they did not observe any differences in growth of this species.
Available project documentation : Feasibility study 2010 and Preliminary hydrographical survey for water depth/drafts.
The requirement for a hydrographical capability varies, that not being a naval task in all countries.
On these maps owing to the hydrographical survey carried out by Swedes and Germans only the contours of the Baltic Sea-coast were modified: the shoreline of the Firth Kurshiai Marios gradually approached its natural conditions, the geographical position of the Nemunas River lower-reaches was defined more precisely (Chomskis 1958).
These aspects are conceived to fall within the overall mandate of GCS in improving the balanced regional development and enhancing the competitiveness of the national economy as excellence in hydrographical surveys would certainly add up to the present strengthens of the Kingdom.
It also reduces the need to apply complex hydrographical modelling functions in areas where no groundwater data or soil-landscape sequence drainage knowledge exists.
Richard was instrumental in introducing the Royal Navy's first fleet of 12 AUVs, the Remus-100 in 2006, which were used for global mine warfare and hydrographical survey operations and exercises as well as for UK port and harbour surveying.
Article 36 of the UNCLOS also excludes international straits where an alternative route "of similar convenience with respect to navigational and hydrographical characteristics" exists.
The hydrographical network formed of the Jiu, the Olt and their tributaries, and drained by the Danube ensures the first position in the national energy production for the South-West region (over 70% of the total hydro-energy production).
The inclusion of the waterbody-specific reference value into the ZKI equation accounts for such variability in hydrographical conditions and allows a comparison of the health of benthic invertebrate communities across different waterbodies.
Brian's studies of Portuguese shipwrecks were based on fieldwork in South Africa, with documentary and cartographical research at the Natal Museum, at libraries and archives in Lisbon, and in the United Kingdom, at the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Navy Hydrographical Archives (overseas visit in May 1993).