from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or resembling the earth or its shape or surface configuration.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to the shape or structure of the surface of the Earth
- adj. Of or pertaining to geomorphology
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to the figure of the earth or to the study of land-forms.
The Park consists of two geomorphic units: rift valley volcanic mountains and Congo basin low highlands.
The park's principal geomorphic feature is the north-east to south-east geosyncline which is surrounded by raised folds and high mountains.
The reserve comprises two geomorphic units: the Aïr mountains, nine roughly circular rugged massifs rising above a rocky plateau, and the sand dunes and plain of the Ténéré to its east.
The reserve comprises two geomorphic zones: mountains, forming 75% of the area, and coastal plain with lagoons paralleled by a 5 x 30 km strip of ocean.
I: hydrology, geomorphic, and water-quality aspects.
Fluvial erosion and deposition are the main geomorphic processes.
Wind is an active geomorphic agent along the west side of Monterey Bay.
Mass wasting and fluvial erosion and deposition are the main geomorphic processes.
Mass wasting and fluvial erosion are the main geomorphic processes.
Wind is an important geomorphic agent along the coast.