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topographical

(tŏp″ō-grăf′ĭ-kăl) [″ + ″]
Pert. to description of special regions.
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In the relevant studies, participants completed a training package that included selection-based conditional discrimination training of baseline relations and tests for the emergence of derived relations that were assessed in a selection-based format, topographical format (Walker et al.
By combining the concept of topographical maps with artistic creation, the students gained a better understanding of both art and geography.
15 Table 2: Correlation Between Topographical Conditions and Ground Water Relative Dissection Potential Relief Index Yield Relative Relief 1 Dissection Index .
The present work deals with a combined SEM/ WLI methodology to correlate topographical and compositional information, using plasma polymer/ nanoAlCe[O.
In order to compare them with DEMs derived from topographical maps and with field data we resampled these models in the same coordinate system, Stereo 1970.
Experts claim that for disaster mitigation, it is necessary to conduct a bathymetrical and topographical survey of the Arabian Sea and coastal cities and towns of Sindh and Balochistan both.
In August, a further regulation of the War Department established a Topographical Bureau in the Engineer Department.
The author traces the city's urban, demographic, topographical, and archaeological components, its political regimes, public institutions, socioreligious groupings, and cultural and religious frameworks.
Austria and Germany share what topographical feature?
Print" means nor only the well-known illustrated guidebooks, topographical views of fountains and statues (with acerbic commentary ventriloquized by Pasquino), conclave plans and records of pro cessions, but also less familiar items like the posters (bandi) that publicized the edicts of Rome's governing bodies, policing tourism, health, the sale of food, and other commerce.
For this transformation, the indirect topographical and atmospheric effects on the geoidal heights have to be evaluated.
As the need grew to have a more organized and accurate approach to exploration, the government added topographical engineers to the peacetime Army in 1816.