hydrographic hydrographic  /ˌhaɪd rə ˈɡræ fɪk/


  • (adj) of or relating to the science of hydrography


  1. Studying hydrographic charts of the region he figured that there must exist a high spot on the ocean floor about where he would like it.
  2. For a sailor who wants to emulate Shields, this book provides the hydrographic chart of his career and his methods.
  3. Men at the hydrographic tent fired a warning shot and the Sedov's crew went scampering across the ice toward the tent.



    The grant was given to the school's Joint Hydrographic Center , which specializes in hydrographic, ocean and coastal mapping sciences. Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter said Friday that the center will serve NOAA and the country through research, training and the development of state-of-the-art ocean mapping technologies.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Greenwich Time


  1. "While I understand their concerns, it's important that we maintain the Hydrographic Office as a world-class organisation with the expertise that's important to both government and the private sector," said Derek Twigg.
    on Feb 14, 2007 By: Twigg Source: BBC News

  2. "On the hydrographic map supplied by the Navy, we saw a few islands in the Bay of Bengal off Dhamra coast indicating that there was some landmass," Kalam said.
    on Jul 4, 2006 By: APJ Abdul Kalam Source: Times of India

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