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Sci Voc pg35&36

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a broad area where the sea floor rises so that the water is more shallow than in other areas bank
the direction or position of an object, usually measured in degrees on a compass bearing
an instrument with a magnetic needle for finding directions compass
a small boat with a narrow, flat bottom dory
an instrument that calculates water depth by sending sound pulses down to ocean floor and measuring the time it takes the echo to return echosounder
a unit of measurement equal to 6 feet, used to indicate water depth fathom
the compass direction in which a vessel is traveling; course heading
to; to divide by passing through or across intersect
a unit of speed that equals on nautical mile per hour knot
a rope marked off in fathoms and having a weight on the end, used to measure water depth lead line
an instrument used in navigation to help figure out location radio direction finder
an area of the ocean that is very shallow shoals
the right side of a vessel facing forward starboard
the back part of a boat stern
a condition that causes to much electricity short curcuit
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