Trough

Trough may refer to:

  • Trough (economics), the lowest turning point of a business cycle
  • Trough (food) or manger, a container for animal feed
  • Watering trough, a receptacle of drinking water for domestic and non-domestic livestock
  • Trough (geology), a long depression less steep than a trench
  • Trough (meteorology), an elongated region of low atmospheric pressure
  • Trough (physics), the lowest point on a wave
  • Trough level (medicine), the lowest level that a medicine is present in the body
  • Langmuir-Blodgett trough, a laboratory instrument
  • Battle of the Trough, a 1756 skirmish of the French and Indian War in West Virginia
  • Sleightholme Beck Gorge - The Troughs, a Site of Special Scientific Interest in the Teesdale district of south-west County Durham, England
  • The Trough, a gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in West Virginia
  • Trough, an old word for an inkwell

Other articles related to "troughs, trough":

Sorong Fault - Plate Evolution
... fault · New Britain Subduction Zone Trenches and troughs Java Trench (Sunda) with Mentawai Trough · Sunda Trough · Timor Trough · Philippines North Luzon Trough · Manila Trench ...
Suruga Trough
... Suruga Trough (駿河トラフ, Suruga Torafu?) is a trough that lies off the coast of Suruga Bay in Japan, forming part of the Nankai Trough, the latter being responsible the source of many large earthquakes in Japan's ...
Labrador Trough
... The Labrador Trough or the New Quebec Orogen is a 1,600 km (994 mi) long and 160 km (99 mi) wide geologic belt in Canada, extending south-southeast from Ungava Bay ... The trough is a linear belt of sedimentary and volcanic rocks which developed in an Early Proterozoic rift basin ... The sedimentary rocks and volcanics of the Labrador Trough were intensely deformed and subjected to high grade metamorphism along with the Churchill terrain during the Trans-Hudson orogeny ...
Solar Power In New Mexico - Parabolic Trough
... Parabolic trough solar systems have been determined to be the most cost effective large systems, and in July 2008 New Mexico's utilities combined to release an RFP for ...