Definition of Hydrographer. Meaning of Hydrographer. Synonyms of Hydrographer

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Definition of Hydrographer

Hydrographer
Hydrographer Hy*drog"ra*pher, 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. --Boyle.

Meaning of Hydrographer from wikipedia

- those who needed it. The Admiralty appointed Alexander Dalrymple as Hydrographer in 1795, with a remit to gather and distribute charts to HM Ships. Within...
- The Hydrographer of the Navy is the prin****l hydrographical Royal Naval appointment. From 1795 until 2001, the post was responsible for the production...
- USS Hydrographer may refer to: USS Hydrographer (1901), was a wooden steam launch built in 1901 and came under US Navy jurisdiction in 1917. She continued...
- The Hydrographer Islands are a prominent group of small islands in the bay just south of Sakellari Peninsula, Enderby Land, Antarctica. They were photographed...
- The USS Hydrographer (AGS-2), briefly classified PY-30 before commissioning, was built in 1928 by the Spear Engine Works in Norfolk, Virginia, and operated...
- The Indian Naval Hydrographic Department (INHD), headed by the Chief Hydrographer to the Government of India, is an Indian government agency responsible...
- USC&GS Hydrographer was the name of two United States Coast and Geodetic Survey ships, and may refer to: USC&GS Hydrographer (1901), a survey ship in...
- Hydrographers P****age is a deep-water shipping channel through the Great Barrier Reef, that reduced the previous route by 250 miles. It was discovered...
- USC&GS Hydrographer was a survey launch that served in the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey from 1901 to 1917 and from 1919 to 1928. Hydrographer was...
- Beaufort wind force scale. The scale was devised in 1805 by the Irish hydrographer Francis Beaufort (later Rear Admiral), a Royal Navy officer, while serving...