Relative Mean Sea Level Change

Science / Tides and Currents / Relative Mean Sea Level Change: A local change in mean sea level relative to a network of bench marks established in the most stable and permanent material available (bedrock, if possible) on the land adjacent to the tide station location. A change in relative mean sea level may be composed of both an absolute mean sea level change component and a vertical land movement change component.

Other Words for Change

Change Noun Synonyms: substitution, replacement, exchange, interchange, switch
Change Verb Synonyms: exchange, interchange, switch, trade, replace (with), substitute, swap or swop
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Other Words for Level

Level Verb Synonyms: aim, point, draw a bead, direct, train, focus
Level Adjective Synonyms: even, smooth, plane, uniform, plain, flat, flush, straight, true
Level Noun Synonyms: horizontal, prone, supine
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Other Words for Mean

Mean Noun Synonyms: intend, design, purpose, plan, aim, have in mind, contemplate, have in view, want, wish, expect, hope, be motivated by, have as justification
Mean Adjective Synonyms: denote, signify, indicate, note, specify, designate, represent, betoken, signal, carry, convey, drive at, refer to, allude to, communicate, express, bring out, get over or across, imply, suggest, connote, intimate, hint (at)
Mean Verb Synonyms: portend, show, foretell, foreshadow, promise, presage, augur, herald
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Other Words for Relative

Relative Noun Synonyms: related, connected, associated, allied, affiliated, interconnected, interrelated, pertinent, relevant, germane, applicable, apropos
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Other Words for Sea

Sea Adjective Synonyms: ocean, deep blue sea, high seas, (briny) deep, (bounding) main, Neptune's or Poseidon's kingdom or domain, blue water, Davy Jones's locker, briny, drink, pond (= 'Atlantic Ocean')
Sea Verb Synonyms: swell, breaker, wave
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Qualitative Research

Business / Finance / Qualitative Research: Traditional analysis of firm-specific prospects for future earnings. It may be based on data collected by the analysts, there is no formal quantitative framework used to generate projections. MORE

Quantitative Change

Entertainment / Literature / Quantitative Change: In linguistics, an alteration in the length of a sound--particularly vowel sounds. Contrast with qualitative change. MORE

Qualitative Change

Entertainment / Literature / Qualitative Change: In linguistics, an alteration in the perceived quality of a sound or the basic nature of a sound. Contrast with quantitative change, below. MORE

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