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topography

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

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These developments, by their very nature, require more tree and topographical removal and modification, all still as-of-right.
Lidar represents the latest technology to improve digital topographical maps - known as digital elevation models, or DEMs.
While most topographical maps are two-dimensional models of Earth (some advanced maps are drawn with a three-dimensional quality), upon further inspection you can see that topographical maps have many parallels with art.
Check your local newspaper or TV news program and you will find all kinds of maps of Afghanistan--regional, population density, topographical (relief), among others.
Kohn of New City achieves a very functional medical facility within severe topographical limitations, notes AARK president Ray Carlisle.
And yet the topographical sensibility in Washburn's practice, the way it seems to push and pull space, points to affinities with painting and drawing: Julie Mehretu's colorful, organic, but somehow cartographic work comes to mind.
Twelve lithographs of his water colours, including topographical views, architectural illustrations and scenes of monastic life, have been gathered into a portfolio and proceeds from sale of limited editions will go towards the cost of conservation.
3763, scientists would like to predict certain topographical properties of wrinkles, such as the heights of their folds and how close together those folds lie.