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- adj. hydrographic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as hydrographic.
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- adj. of or relating to the science of hydrography
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Bligh's hydrographical and charting talents had once impressed even so exacting a sea dog as Capt.
It is also a vitally important buffer system between the hydrographical basin of the River Danube and the Black Sea.
Dynamics of fish larvae, zooplankton, and hydrographical characteristics in the West Greenland large marine ecosystem 1950?
With Napoleon finally (heh) bottled up, Jack and Stephen can proceed on their "hydrographical expedition" (mapping plus revolutionary stirring) to South America.
The massif play a hydrographical role as a watershed, and contains important and spectacular cirques.
Ekau, W. 1999: Topographical and hydrographical impacts on macrozooplankton community structure in the Abrolhos Bank region, East Brazil.
Of course, we cannot here go either into the actual physical nature of man, or into the natural conditions in which man finds himself – geological, hydrographical, climatic and so on.
The hydrographical work in the Weddell Sea has done much to clear up the mystery of this, the least known of all the seas.
Scinde, was little known, but it soon found a place in the hydrographical offices of India, under Captain, then Lieutenant,
Suez, indeed, appears to be, in more ways than one, a hydrographical puzzle.