- bore + hole (Wiktionary)
“A borehole is a small diameter hole drilled from the land surface to collecting soil samples.”
“It would be the first mining project in Minnesota to use something called borehole extraction.”
“A listening device is due to be lowered down a borehole, which is being drilled.”
“This kind of blowout likely was due to forces at work down in the borehole, meaning that the problem was thousands of feet below the surface of the ocean, where one would not even know a hurricane was present.”
“Indirect indicators, such as borehole temperatures and glacier shrinkage, provide independent support for the observed warming.”
“Indirect indicators of warming such as borehole temperatures, snow cover, and glacier recession data, are in substantial agreement with the more direct indicators of recent warmth.”
“Incidentally, an analogy with ice cores comes up here, once the borehole is drilled, it is open to air and water circulation from the surface, these must surely introduce more variability in the walls of the borehole which is where you measure the temperature!”
“A borehole is a deep and narrow shaft in the ground used for abstraction of fluid or gas reserves below the earth’s surface.”
“My only worry is that we have only one borehole which is the only source of water in our village.”
“In fact this year we have got an allocation of one borehole which is supposed to be put in Olusai village.”
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