echogram

[ek-oh-gram]
noun
a record produced by the action of an echograph.

Origin:
1935–40; echo + -gram1

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echogram ech·o·gram (ěk'ō-grām')
n.
See sonogram.

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Echogram showing the distribution of zooplankton and fish in the water column, as well as the bottom with ledges.
Note that nearly all the targets in their nighttime echogram display the characteristic constant upward velocity of gas bubbles.
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