Definition of Bathometer. Meaning of Bathometer. Synonyms of Bathometer

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Definition of Bathometer

Bathometer
Bathometer Ba*thom"e*ter, n. [Gr. ? depth + -meter.] An instrument for measuring depths, esp. one for taking soundings without a sounding line.

Meaning of Bathometer from wikipedia

- A bathometer (also bathymeter) is an instrument for measuring water depth. It was previously used mainly in oceanographical studies, but is rarely emplo****...
- fundamental component in ensuring the safe transport of goods worldwide. Bathometer Bathymetric chart – Map depicting the submerged terrain of bodies of water...
- Southeast Asia to Europe via Egypt. Construction was finished in 2017. Bathometer Cable layer List of domestic submarine communications cables List of international...
- antisymmetry, asymmetric, asymmetry, axonometric, barometer, barometric, bathometer, diameter, diametric, dysmetria, graphometer, hexameter, hygrometer, hygrometry...
- rapid exploration of the depths of the sea. This instrument, called a bathometer, was exhibited at the World's fair in Paris in 1869, and during 1870 in...
- 2016-12-10. Mark, Crawford (June 2012). "Jacob Perkins: Inventor of the Bathometer & Pleometer". asme.org. Retrieved 2017-03-28. Elert, Glenn. "Refrigerators"...
- for boring out cannons He worked on water compression and invented a bathometer or piezometer to measure the depth of the sea by its pressure. Perkins...
- Perkins (1766–1849), inventor: bank-note engraving, engravings transfer, bathometer, pleometer Janet Russell Perkins (1853–1933), American botanist John Perkins...
- 568 Water Kite 1881 U.S. Patent 242,278 described use of a water kite. Bathometer US Patent 4719987 Bi-planar pontoon paravane seismic source system by...
- implements, and other relics, written m****cripts, etc. [see logy] Bath Depth Bathometer: a device measuring depth (see meter) Biblio Book Bibliophobia: the fear...
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