Sea Level

Science / Weather / Sea Level: The height or level of the sea surface at any time. It is used as a reference for elevations above and below.

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 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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Eustatic Sea Level Change

Science / Geology / Eustatic Sea Level Change: A rise or fall in sea level that affects the entire earth. Thought to be caused by an increase/decrease in the amount of available water or a change in the capacity of ocean basins. MORE

Eustaticsea Level Rate

Science / Tides and Currents / Eustaticsea Level Rate: The worldwide change of sea level elevation with time. The changes are due to such causes as glacial melting or formation, thermal expansion or contraction of sea water, etc. MORE

Mean Sea Level (MSL)

Technology / Aviation / Mean Sea Level (MSL): The average height of the surface of the sea for all stages of tide: used as a reference for elevations, and differentiated from AGL. MORE

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 lo MORE

Sea Level Pressure

Science / Weather / Sea Level Pressure: The atmospheric pressure at mean sea level, usually determined from the observed station pressure. MORE

Absolute Mean Sea Level Change

Science / Tides and Currents / Absolute Mean Sea Level Change: An eustatic change in mean sea level relative to a conventional terrestrial coordinate system with the origin at the center of mass of the Earth. MORE

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