Definition of Isobath

1. Noun. A line on a chart joining places of equal depth of water; a depth contour ¹



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Definition of Isobath

1. a line on a map connecting points of equal water depth [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isobath

isoasparaginyls
isobar
isobare
isobares
isobaric
isobaric heating
isobaric spinal anaesthesia
isobarically
isobaricity
isobarism
isobarisms
isobarometric
isobars
isobase
isobases
isobath (current term)
isobathic
isobaths
isobathytherm
isobathytherms
isobenzofuran
isobenzofurans
isobestic
isobilateral
isobole
isoboles
isobologram
isobolograms
isoborneol
isoborneols

Literary usage of Isobath

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1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1895)
"This is particularly marked in the case of Aira Point which is continued in a steep spur to the floor of the basin, inflecting every isobath down to 175 ..."

2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1895)
"lake from Wall Holme to House Holme, and in the centre there is a patch more than a quarter of a mile in diameter which is bounded by the isobath of 150 ..."

3. Permafrost: Second International Conference, July 13-28, 1973 : USSR by Frederick J. Sanger, Peter J. Hyde (1978)
"Borehole 3, established on the 1-m isobath, penetrated 10 m into the frozen rocks, while borehole 4, having passed through a 2.3-m layer of water, ..."

4. Principles of Oil and Gas Production by Roswell Hill Johnson, Louis Grow Huntley (1916)
"Where an isochore on the convergence sheet crosses over an isobath, ... A This gives a new elevation or point for a new isobath on the oil sand. ..."

5. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1895)
"This is particularly marked in the case of Aira Point which is continued in a steep spur to the floor of the basin, inflecting every isobath down to 175 ..."

6. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1895)
"lake from Wall Holme to House Holme, and in the centre there is a patch more than a quarter of a mile in diameter which is bounded by the isobath of 150 ..."

7. Permafrost: Second International Conference, July 13-28, 1973 : USSR by Frederick J. Sanger, Peter J. Hyde (1978)
"Borehole 3, established on the 1-m isobath, penetrated 10 m into the frozen rocks, while borehole 4, having passed through a 2.3-m layer of water, ..."

8. Principles of Oil and Gas Production by Roswell Hill Johnson, Louis Grow Huntley (1916)
"Where an isochore on the convergence sheet crosses over an isobath, ... A This gives a new elevation or point for a new isobath on the oil sand. ..."

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