Definition of Orthometric. Meaning of Orthometric. Synonyms of Orthometric

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Definition of Orthometric

Orthometric
Orthometric Or`tho*met"ric, a. [See Orthometry.] (Crystallog.) Having the axes at right angles to one another; -- said of crystals or crystalline forms.

Meaning of Orthometric from wikipedia

- The orthometric height of a point is the distance H along a plumb line from the point to a reference height. When the reference height is a geoid model...
- American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD 88) is the vertical datum for orthometric heights established for vertical control surveying in the United States...
- Datum of 1929, a su****ded United States vertical datum, (NGVD 29) Orthometric height Physical geography Topographic isolation Topographic prominence...
- following variants: Orthometric heights Normal heights Geopotential heights Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Both orthometric and normal heights...
- page". "Geodetic Glossary". United States National Geodetic Survey. "Orthometric Height Conversion tool". United States National Geodetic Survey. attribution...
- Elevation may be specified as normal height (above a reference ellipsoid), orthometric height, or dynamic height which have slightly different definitions....
- datum used as the basis for deriving altitudes on maps (UK and Ireland) Orthometric height Sea level equation Vertical datum – Reference surface for vertical...
- of specifying the height of a point above a reference, as opposed to orthometric height or normal height. Dynamic height is the most appropriate height...
- In maps and common use the height over the mean sea level (such as orthometric height) is used to indicate the height of elevations while the ellipsoidal...
- head Hypsometer Isostasy Mean sea level Measured depth Normal height Orthometric height Physical geodesy Post-glacial rebound Stage (hydrology) Sea surface...
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