marigram


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marigram

(ˈmærɪˌɡræm)
n
(Physical Geography) a graphic record of the tide levels at a particular coastal station
[from Latin mare sea + -gram]
Translations
mareogramma
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8 billion; Boonizait (Tore More Kar) Chitral, 350 MW, at an estimated cost of $753 million; Laspur Marigram HPP Chitral, 230 MW, cost of $552 million;
Besides, feasibility studies are under preparation for some hydropower schemes, including Gahrit Swir Lasht (334 MW), Korang Parait (223 MW), Laspur Marigram (133 MW), Naran Dam (210 MW) and Balakot (190 MW).
The hydel power projects (HPP), are included Gahrit-swir Lasht, Korag Parait, Laspur Marigram, Arkari Gol, Istaru-Buni, and Mujigram Shogo in district Chitral, while Barikot Patrak, Patrak Shringal, and Shigo Kach in district Dir, and Gorband (Shangla), Nandihar (Batagram), Naram Dam (Manshera), and Balakot (Manshera).
The construction work on Garhit-Swi hydropower in Chitral with capacity 334 MW, Gorag Parait hydropower, Chitral (223 MW), Laspur Marigram hydropower Chitral 133 MW, Arkai Gol hydropower Chitral 24 MW, Istaru-Buni hydropower Chitral 952 MW, Mujigram Shogo hydropower Chitral 51 MW, Barikot Patrak hydropower Dir (34 MW), Patrack Sharingal hydropower Dir (21 MW), Shigo Kach Dir 26 MW, Ghor Band Shangla 14 MW, Nandihar in Batgram 10 MW, Nadram Dam in Mansehra 210 MW and Balakot in Mansehra with generation capacity of 190 MW would be started in three years.
1]), being the locus halfway between rising and falling tide levels at Black Rock at the mouth of the river, is almost straight and vertical in the uppermost part of the marigram.
Marigrams constructed for selected river estuaries illustrate how the estuarine tidal wave is reshaped over its course, to form bores, and varies in its sediment-carrying and erosional capacity as a result of changing water surface gradients.