physiography

[ fiz-ee-og-ruh-fee ]SEE DEFINITION OF physiography
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They belong especially in the branch of the science known as physiography.

Remarks on the physiography, Eskimo, and mammals of Southampton Island.

Associated words: physiography, physiogony, connatural, connaturalness.

It bears somewhat the same relation to the facts of human geography that a block diagram does to physiography.

The physiography of the state is the evident determinant of its climate, fauna and flora.

The central feature of physiography is the so-called erosion cycle or topographic cycle.

The principles of geology used in the study of surface waters relate chiefly to physiography (see Chapter I).

Nature-study is a necessary foundation for the best work in biology, physiography and agriculture.

Huxley in his Physiography makes the addition "without production of mist."

No canyon above the Virgin had been recorded topographically, and the physiography was unknown.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PHYSIOGRAPHY

geography

nounthe earth's features; study of land
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