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A logbook is a record of important events in the management, operation, and navigation of a ship. It is important for conventional navigation and must be modified at least once a day. Originally, the term applied to a book used to keep track of readings from a ship's chip log, which was used to measure a ship's speed through the sea. Today's ship's log is a database of operational data relating to a ship or submarine, such as weather conditions, dates of normal activities and major accidents, crew complement, and where and when the ship docked.
The word "logbook" has come to mean a number of different things. A virtual or electronic logbook is now commonly used to keep track of complex machines like nuclear power plants and particle accelerators. A logbook is a set of formal and legally binding records in the military. The time of a significant event or activity is marked on each record (which is generally organized by date). Many national shipping authorities and admiralties need logbooks to keep track of events and to assist crews in navigating if radio, radar, or GPS in the same way as a "black box" is used on planes, examining the information in a ship's log is also an important part of the investigation process for official maritime inquiries.
A reading log is a journal where a person can record his/her reading activity. It is a note of what did you read, when did you read, and how many pages you read. Create log sheets for your reading material with our sample Reading Log Sheet Templates.