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topography

The contours of land—such as flat, rolling, or steep.

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understand how to apply media and techniques and processes when making a topographical map.
When atmospheric and topographical masses are condensed as a single layer that is located on the geoid, the Earth gravity field will slightly change.
The tests, carried out in these most difficult of topographical and environmental conditions, demonstrated the feasibility of news gathering by ENG van where previously only satellite news gathering (SNG) was possible.
But unlike photographs, and as much as the Boyles hold that ars est celare artem, their topographical reliefs can hardly be seen without thinking of the time and effort that went into them.
A sudden jump to the nineteenth century looks at architectural photography, comparing it to the work of the topographical perspectivists.
Now, a microscope developed by researchers in Germany takes the method one step further by mapping the chemical, as well as the topographical, features of a material.
Shaping ordinary mounds of sticky paste on their desktops, the youngsters pinched, pulled and patted their slabs of dough to resemble topographical maps of volcanoes, rivers and mountains.
OTCBB:ECPN) today provided detailed topographical information on its property located near Capitan, N.
Khedoori's new work expands her subject matter to include pictures featuring a scatter of gravel and a topographical map; the artist also experimented for the first time with completely abstract imagery.
The design has emerged from sympathetic interpretation of existing topography and local vegetation, with the design team often producing proposals by making sketches on transparent overlays on top of topographical photographs.
Cartographers have created topographical maps of much of the world, but they have overlooked at least one important area: the surfaces of leaves.
Seismological technology has vastly improved to the point that within less than an hour we can now create a 2-D animation of seismic waves radiating out from the epicenter on a topographical map," said Dr.