[hahy-druh-mee-tee-uh-rol-uh-jee] /ˌhaɪ drəˌmi ti əˈrɒl ə dʒi/
the study of atmospheric water, especially precipitation, as it affects agriculture, water supply, flood control, power generation, etc.
The scientific study of the interaction between meteorological and hydrologic phenomena, including the occurrence, motion, and changes of state of atmospheric water, and the land surface and subsurface phases of the hydrologic cycle. Hydrometeorologic studies address questions regarding land use, the long-term effects of climate change on water resources, and regional precipitation.
[hahy-drom-i-ter] /haɪˈdrɒm ɪ tər/ noun 1. an instrument for determining the specific gravity of a liquid, commonly consisting of a graduated tube weighted to float upright in the liquid whose specific gravity is being measured. /haɪˈdrɒmɪtə/ noun 1. an instrument for measuring the relative density of a liquid, usually consisting of a sealed graduated tube […]
hydrometra hy·dro·me·tra (hī’drō-mē’trə) n. The accumulation of thin mucus or other watery fluid in the uterus.
hydrometrocolpos hy·dro·me·tro·col·pos (hī’drō-mē’trō-kŏl’pəs) n. The accumulation and distention of the uterus and vagina by a fluid other than blood or pus.
hydromicrocephaly hy·dro·mi·cro·ceph·a·ly (hī’drō-mī’krō-sěf’ə-lē) n. Microcephaly associated with an increase in cerebrospinal fluid.