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topography

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

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Likewise, we know that what we would describe topographically as negative attention can function to reinforce rather than punish behavior.
Fence Trail soil unit is the second topographically highest unit within the KPF.
Kumacheva demonstrated the use of capsules of biopolymers as model cells to study their flow through chemically and topographically patterned microchannels.
The West Equatoria region is a savannah area, topographically and ethnographically homogeneous with the bordering regions of Uganda, characterized by a prevalence of intestinal bilharziasis (8).
It would appear the Welsh Assembly health minister is a member of this "one in three" who are topographically challenged.
Since 1970s, topographically induced mesoscale variability has been found to be of great importance in the coastal regions of oceans and seas.
The next article by Henry Roane, Joel Ringdahl, Timothy Vollmer, Ernest Whitmarsh, and Bethany Marcus is a descriptive analysis of parental report of behaviors exhibited by typically developing young children that are topographically similar to forms of self-injurious behavior.
Study 1 investigated the effects of enthusiasm on tasks that were similar, but slightly different topographically.
We define positioning as "that place in the universe of all products where, by image (psychological), and/or by physical attribute (real), one is able to topographically position a product in the mind of the consumer.
This chapter points to the kind of hierarchizing ritual politics which requires a person to concentrate within herself Dreaming rights and knowledge otherwise socially and topographically dispersed.
The granite and concrete retaining wall, built between 30 and 40 years ago for Endo was the context; a recent history, but nevertheless a history to respond to; a spirited site, with character and identity, naturally manmade, topographically unique and engineered using local stone.
A lot of it is topographically driven," said Tom Knappenberger, a fire spokesman with the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team.