isobath


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isobath

(ˈaɪsəʊˌbæθ)
n
(Physical Geography) a line on a map connecting points of equal underwater depth
[C19: from Greek isobathēs of equal depth, from iso- + bathos depth]
ˌisoˈbathic adj
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Currently, the use of trawls on the Ladoga Lake is prohibited only in coastal areas, limited by a 20-meter isobath, and also in skerry regions, there are no other restrictions.
The maps show that females that had skipped spawning predominated in the external sector outside the spawning area of the Patagonian stock, with particular abundance near the 100-m isobath and within the San Jorge Gulf.
The authors cover the following modes through comparing and contrasting them: sounding, spot elevation, isobath, contour, hachure, hatch, shaded relief, land classification, figure-ground, stratigraphic column, cross section, line symbol, and conventional sign over the course of the bookAEs ten chapters.
The aim of this contribution is to analyze the species composition and biomass from sampling locations subjected to different levels of Patagonian scallop fishing effort between 39[degrees] 00' S and 39[degrees] 50' S along the 100-m isobath.
Law of the Sea cruise to map the foot of the slope and 2500-m isobath of the U.
Demarcated by the 30-m isobath, there are 184,439 ha of nearshore habitat in the bight, of which reefs comprised approximately a quarter (26.
2009), occurring from south-eastern Brazil (Siciliano, 1994) to northern Patagonia in Argentina, and inhabits coastal-marine waters, from the coast to the 30-m isobath (Crespo et al.
The Mediterranean continental shelf is narrow, with a 200-metre isobath generally within 10 km of the coast.