equipotential

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equipotential

 [e″kwĭ-po-ten´shal]
having similar and equal power or capability.

equipotential

/equi·po·ten·tial/ (e″kwĭ-pah-ten´shil) having similar and equal power or capability.

equipotential

1 (in physics) indicating bodies that have the same electrical potential.
2 pertaining to lines of force that have the same electrical potential.

equipotential

having similar and equal power or capability.
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In the most basic sense, concentric raised bogs behave (in cross section) as hemi-elliptical groundwater mounds with vertical equipotentials, as described by the equation,
In such groundwater-dominated systems, watershed boundaries in the GIS ideally should be based on groundwater equipotentials rather than surface topography (Hinton et al.