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topographical

(tŏp″ō-grăf′ĭ-kăl) [″ + ″]
Pert. to description of special regions.
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The core of the species' distribution in the Pilliga Forest appears to coincide with the most topographically rugged areas, which contain forested hillslopes providing suitable burrow sites and also provide a slightly more mesic microclimate than the broader Pilliga Forest.
Labor camps, youth camps, refugee camps, detention camps, concentration camps, to name only a few, have been described topographically: demarcated, closed off, identified, occupied, politically mobilized, territorially recognized, mapped.
"Newcastle is, topographically, one of the best tracks in Britain, if not the best, and it would be a travesty to lose it.
IEEE 802.15.4g is a global standard that harmonizes the physical layer of a wide variety of deployed wireless infrastructure systems, and specifies standard power levels, data rates, modulations, and frequency bands for the large scale, outdoor and topographically challenging environments of smart energy networks.
The planted lands are showing topographically, edaphically, climatically and ecologically changes which are quite visible now when juvenile plants and saplings have turned into thick forests.
The range of human emotion is culturally universal and can be represented topographically, a new research has revealed.
Perhaps resigned to the fact their first Greene King IPA Championship win was unlikely to come on the league's most topographically quirky pitch, Mike Cudmore's Trailfinders made sure of that when leading by seven points they eschewed kicks at goal in favour of further tries.
The third low-p target, "Do the puzzle", was perhaps less topographically similar to the high-p leisure targets relative to the first two tasks.
In recent years, several studies have suggested that, besides various chemical functionalization methods, topographically nanostructured biomaterial surfaces are a promising approach for the regulation of protein adsorption.
The city of San Francisco is located at the end of a peninsula and is restricted topographically from expanding.
It is homologated for the highest level of international racing and is topographically challenging as it combines a great mix of sharp corners and level changes.
Birbhum district is topographically diversified and pedologically diverse.