Isogeotherm

From Glossary of Meteorology



isogeotherm

(Sometimes called geoisotherm.) A line or surface showing the depths in the ground at which points have the same temperature.

Isogeotherms are often drawn against coordinates of time and depth to represent the diurnal or annual variation of soil temperature.


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