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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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The mean size of AK95% isopleths was 267 ha ([+ or -] 207 SD) and ranged from 34--652 ha among the owls (Table 1).
First and last dates of collaring, record length, and home range area in summer and winter from fixed-kernel estimates using a 95% isopleth for 12 GPS-collared moose.
Hence the isopleths showed that wet mercury deposition is centered in the mercury emission source.
We collected and summarized aerial survey data based on landscape-scale areas corresponding to gauging stations and associated precipitation isopleths, and defined populations as total number of pronghorns counted during surveys within study areas comprised of Game Management Units associated with gauging stations (Fig.
The main results of the calculations are data models of the deposit such as isopleths and 3D drawings of mining conditions like seam thickness, seam depth, calorific value of oil shale and oil yield.
These isopleths are usually shown on maps as fixed lines which do not indicate any uncertainty in the forecast.
Precipitation and air temperature were averaged over each region based upon the isopleths of normal values presented in Larkin and Bomar (1983).
The GIS allows EA to access point-specific analytical results in research areas such as deep and shallow groundwater flow and dissolved-phase organic compound isopleths.
Stock-rebuilding time isopleths and constant-F stock-rebuilding plans for overfished stocks.
This allows HFP to produce color contour isopleths, enabling the engineering of precision specifications for inline compressor silencers, acoustical pipe lagging and blankets, engine and furnace exhaust silencers, low noise fans for aerial coolers and cooling towers, and acoustically rated buildings.
2 (ESRI 2006) and describe home ranges as minimum convex polygons (MCP's) (Mohr 1947), and 95 and 50% fixed kernel isopleths using least-squares cross validation (Worton 1989, Seaman and Powell 1996).
Isopleths less than 32 are typically confined to the region between Cape Sable and Cape Romano, and from 32 to 36 extend from near Cape Romano to the vicinity of Dry Tortugas in a highly variable annual pattern (Lee et al.