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- n. A scientist whose speciality is hydrography.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One skilled in the hydrography; one who surveys, or draws maps or charts of, the sea, lakes, or other waters, with the adjacent shores; one who describes the sea or other waters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in the science or engaged in the practice of hydrography; specifically, one who has charge of hydrographic surveys and of other operations belonging to hydrography.
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Ken Stumpf, supervising hydrographer for the Santa Clara Valley Water District, monitored water levels and potential flood risks last week.
A year later, he defended his dissertation and obtained a lectureship at Göteborg Högskola, torn between work in radioactivity and hydrography, a conflict his daughter Agnes Rodhe has described as a struggle between his father's wishes and his own interests. 105 His position as a lecturer paid so poorly that he had to work as an assistant hydrographer at his father's oceanographic station in Bornö to supplement his income.
The Expedition owes great obligations to the Lords of the Admiralty for their unvarying readiness to render us every assistance in their power; and to the warm-hearted and ever-obliging hydrographer to the
The northernmost channel in our maps, “Maxwell River,” is known to Europeans and natives as Noangwa; Mamballa or the central line is called by the moderns Nshibúl, and the southern is dubbed by the hydrographer, “Rio Konio,” a truly terrible mistake for Sonho.
In November 1875, Sir Frederick Evans, newly appointed hydrographer of the British Navy, ordered 123 doubtful islands banished from Admiralty Chart 2683 of the Pacific Ocean.
Navy hydrographer Capt Bernard Tueteberg said the leaking diesel oil had made plotting the object more difficult because sonar behaved differently in water and oil.
He was a buccaneer, a pirate, a circumnavigator, an author, a captain in the navy and an hydrographer.
This inlet they called Port Dalrymple, after the late hydrographer to the Admiralty in England.
York, holding an intermediate position between these diverse sections, exhibit a singular combination of the leading physical features of both, and present to the hydrographer a field for research that is quite without a parallel.
He is a hydrographer, and engraves maps for a neighboring publisher.