How do depth sounders actually measure the depth of the water?
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Congratulations to Larry Connaught, Trumble, CT, who correctly identified the term “hectopascal.” “A pascal is a unit of pressure. A hectopascal is 100 pascals and is equivalent to a millibar of pressure on a barometer so it is used to describe atmospheric pressure.”