isopleth


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i·so·pleth

(ī'sō-pleth),
A line on a cartesian nomogram consisting of all points that represent a particular value of a variable; for example, an isobar is an isopleth for a particular pressure.

isopleth

lines on a map that join geographical points which have the same value for a particular continuous variable.
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There are three main components in the ellipsoidal isopleth version of the lateral velocity - DTLB distribution that we focused on to formulate conclusions.
The results, usually tested in an environmental chamber, are often displayed in the form of 2- or 3-dimensional isopleths indicating whether VOCs or N[O.
Figure 3 gives isopleth diagrams comparing the effects of ozone level with those of DOC (3a, b) and CDOM (3c, d).
05 level as a convenient isopleth indicating which male traits contributed most to female preferences and not as an absolute indicator of whether or not the trait was used in female preferences.
Its omitted 1969 isopleth would pass southeast from Pasadena to La Habra, northeast to Pomona, and thence further eastward to Riverside and Redlands.
A contamination isopleth was imposed on the groundwater flow map showed that saturated groundwater flow was not responsible for plume geometry and spread.
ambulance, fire truck, police), and add text to the GIS map; the capability to import scenarios developed in TRACE(R) into Real-Time(R); and the capacity to dynamically change isopleth limits.
Vectors depict the band-relative horizontal winds, color contours depict vertical motion, black contour is the 20-dBZ isopleth, and magenta contours indicate vertical vorticity (from Kosiba et al.
We used the 50-percent isopleth of the 80 m UD to identify home range cores.