Meaning Topography
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The parts of a bird. One of the main ingredients to describing a bird is being able to name the various parts. Instead of just naming the wing, you are able to tell the primary from the secondary from [..]
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the shape of the surface features of an area.
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A description (or visual representation on a map) of the shape of the land, for example, contours or changes in the height of land above sea level.
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The relief exhibited by a surface.
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The shape of the land.
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n. The art of representing on a map the physical features of any locality or region with accuracy.
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Usually refers to site characteristics such as contour of the land, trees, or other natural features.
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Definition The nature of the surface of the land; the land's contour.
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A detailed representation of the natural and artificial features on a map.
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(Gk: topos=place; graphia=writing) a detailed description of natural features.
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(n) - the shape of the land surface
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the physical features of land on or under water, including terrain relief.
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[software] Topography is the study and mapping of Earth’s features including land surfaces, relief (relative positions and elevations) and the position of natural (water features, physiographic featur [..]
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The physical features of a place; or the study and depiction of physical features, including terrain relief.
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(n) the configuration of a surface and the relations among its man-made and natural features(n) precise detailed study of the surface features of a region
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To measure the high and low areas of a plane. See corneal topography.
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pattern of elevation of the Earth's surface including the ocean bottom. A topographic map displays surface features.
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(English) The surface landscape features of an area.
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Ocean Surface Currents (OSCAR) Sea Surface Temperature, Height, Chlorophyll Buoys HF Radar Ocean Surface Winds Coriolis Model Energy Flow Model Ocean Basin Model Ship Drift Model Solar Energy Model [..]
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 the configuration of a surface and the relations among its man-made and natural features
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Configuration (relief) of the land surface; the graphic delineation or portrayal of that configuration in map form, as by contour lines; in oceanography the term is applied to a surface such as the se [..]
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The shape of the Earth's surface, above and below sea level; the set of landforms in a region; the distribution of elevations.
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The shape of the land surface. See relief
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Features of the Earth’s surface such as valleys and mountains.
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Detailed description or representation on a chart or map, of the natural and artificial features of a district. Also the features themselves.
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The configuration of a surface and the relations among its man-made and natural features.
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The configuration of the earth’s surface, including the shape, elevation, and position of its natural and manmade features.
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The shape of the land surface. See relief.
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Usually refers to site characteristics such as contour of the land, trees, or other natural features.
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The land forms and surface features of an area.
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The surface configuration and relief features of an area, such as hills and bluffs, and the detailed mapping and description thereof.
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the study of the earth's surface features usually recorded in three-dimensional form, such as relief maps triassic :: a geologic period and system spanning 251.0 - 199.0 million years ago
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The surface features of a geographical area, including landforms, water bodies and other natural and manmade features
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The form of the features of the actual surface of the Earth in a particular region considered collectively.
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The configuration of a surface area including its relative elevations and the position of its natural features.
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The physical features of a surface area including relative elevations and the position of natural and man-made (anthropogenic) features.
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The physical features of a surface area including relative elevations and the position of natural and man-made (anthropogenic) features.
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The measurement of curvature and shape of the anterior surface of the Cornea using techniques such as keratometry, keratoscopy, photokeratoscopy, profile Photography, Computer-Assisted Image Processin [..]
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The systematic surveying, mapping, charting, and description of specific geographical sites, with reference to the physical features that were presumed to influence Health and Disease. Medical topogra [..]
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A method of three-dimensional morphometry in which contour Maps are produced from the overlapping interference fringes created when an object is illuminated by beams of coherent Light issuing from two [..]
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The systematic surveying, mapping, charting, and description of specific geographical sites, with reference to the physical features that were presumed to influence health and disease. Often associate [..]
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The technique of graphically representing the exact physical features of a place or region on a map. The physical features of a place or region.
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The physical form or characteristics of the response. For example, the way that a rat presses a lever.
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With behavior, the form of responses in three-dimensional space.
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("tope-og-raf-E"): a geography term that means "lay of the land" or the shape of the land. It refers to the orientation of land forms like mountains, valleys, ponds [..]
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The arrangement of hills and valleys in a geographic area.
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The configuration (shapes, positions, arrangements) and relief (elevations, slopes) of the land surface.
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A detailed map of the contours of surfaces of land.
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The configuration of a surface, especially the Earth's surface, including its relief and the position of its natural and man-made features.
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Graphic representation of the surface features of a place or region on a map, indicating their relative positions and elevations.
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Generally, the lay-out of the major natural and man-made physical features of the earth's surface. Bridges, highways, trees, rivers and fields are all components that make up this topography.
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The surface and features of a particular area, typically presented as a detailed map. For example, a US Geological Survey 1:24000-scale topographic map.
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The shape of the land.
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the configuration of a surface, especially the earth's surface, including its relief and the position of its natural and man–made features
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The physical features of a surface area including relative elevations and the position of natural and man-made (anthropogenic) features.
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Description of the geographical surface features of a region.
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the detailed mapping or description of the features of a relatively small area, district, or locality; the relief features or surface configuration of an area.
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Physical feature of a surface area, including its relief or relative elevations, and the position of human-made and natural features.
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The shape of the land.
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Description or representation on a map of the physical and cultural surface features.
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a graphical representation of the physical features of a place or region on a map
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The relief and form of the land.
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Nature of the surface of land; topography may be level, rolling, mountainous. Variation in earth's surface.
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 The shape and features of the Earth's surface.
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Graphic representation of the surface features of a place or region on a map indicating their relative positions and elevations.
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Topography refers to the capturing of terrain, terrain constitution and quality as well as any other features of a landscape.
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early 15c., "description of a place," from Late Latin topographia, from Greek topographia "a description of a place," from topos "place" (see topos) + -graphia (see -grap [..]
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study of the shape of the surface features of an area.
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The topography of a place or region is the description of its physical features, both geographical and man-made. A topographical artist would attempt to render an accurate impression of the land- or t [..]
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Art or practice of the accurate graphic delineation of the natural and man-made surface features of a specific urban area, tract of land, or other place, especially so as to show their relative positi [..]
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The specification and arrangement in physical locations of actual communication and information system components which implement the topology.
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