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topography

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

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Ninety-one per cent of the south-eastern Pilliga records are located in the most topographically rugged areas.
There are spots, topographically speaking, where building a wall would be absurd.
With such an account, the fibre optic network is detailed not only topographically but temporally, revealing the evolving nature, maintenance and lifespan of each aquatic cable run.
Apart from being topographically attractive, Ibra has a number of forts, castles, souqs, and ancient mosques that add to the appeal of the place.
Topographically, there are the Monadnocks and White Mountains.
Encourage team play, delineate broad (but safe) geographic areas, and be sure your field of play is topographically interesting, even challenging.
The potential for further growth in the LAC region remains huge, despite a range of difficulties presented by the high cost of infrastructure (particularly in some areas which are topographically difficult), the relatively low purchasing power of subscribers, and stagnant ARPU which has stymied revenue growth.
Lane County air pollution officials say the association's methods don't work well for a geographically large and topographically varied "metropolitan statistical area" such as Lane.
Its prime location, in the midst of such a culturally, economically and topographically attractive area in Europe, will make the airport a natural choice for international travellers coming to or through the region.
Indeed, the Golan currently serves as a bulwark against the tide of a bloody years long civil war in Syria, and if it was in Syrian hands it is estimated the topographically strategic region would likely serve as a launching pad for cataclysmic attacks on Israel.
Researchers led by geologist Eva Enkelmann from University of Cincinnati in US found that the way a mountain range moves and behaves topographically can also change and create its local climate by redirecting wind and precipitation, said the study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.
These theorists help us to understand that what manifests itself topographically is often the result of topological dispositions that invest bodies with various forms of becoming.