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physiographically

Definitions

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  • adv. In physiographical terms.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As regards physiography; from a physiographic point of view: as, physiographically important.

Etymologies

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physiographical +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Ecoregion 64e is physiographically and lithologically distinct from Ecoregion 64b, 64f, and 64g.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Lithologically and physiographically distinct from the more irregular shale valleys of Ecoregions 67b and 67k, and the sandstone ridges of Ecoregion 67m.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Lithologically and physiographically distinct from the sandstone ridges of Ecoregion 67m and the older, more diverse rocks of Ecoregion 67l.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Lithologically and physiographically distinct from the limestone valleys and karst of Ecoregions 67a and 67j.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • With valley plains, alluvial fans, and some low hills, the Apachian Valleys and Low Hills ecoregion is generally similar physiographically to the Chihuahuan Basins and Playas (24a).

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Although not omposed of karstic Edwards Limestone nor physiographically part of Ecoregion 30, Ecoregion 31b contains springs and streams that show some similarities to those of the Edwards Plateau (30) because they flow over a chalky substrate and likely originate from cool water aquifers beneath the Edwards Plateau.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • Active, barren, or stabilized Pleistocene Sand Dunes are found along, and usually to the north of, most major rivers in the Central Great Plains (27); they lack well developed drainage networks and are physiographically and lithologically unlike the rest of Ecoregion 27.

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

  • Ecoregion 35 is an irregular, forested plain cut by shallow valleys and underlain by poorly-consolidated deposits; it is lithologically and physiographically distinct from Ecoregion 36.

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

  • It is physiographically distinct from the flatter Red River Tablelands (27m) and the more irregular Broken Red Plains (27i).

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

  • Natural vegetation is short grass prairie; it is unlike the sand sagebrush – bluestem prairie of the lithologically and physiographically distinct Rolling Sand Plains (25b).

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

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