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7016GeobotanyThe branch of botany dealing with all aspects of relations between plants and animals and the Earth`s surface; comprises plant ecology and plant geogr.....
8904Geochemical and geothermal water surveysSurveys to determine the nature of and variations in the chemical character of groundwater of the area and also the temperature of the groundwater......
8900GeochemistryScience of the chemical composition of the earth crust......
5332GeocompositesGeocomposites are formed by laminating geotextiles to a geonet (or other drainage structure) on one or both sides. .....
8905Geodetic survey1 - A survey in which an account is taken of the topography and size of the earth. 2 - An organization engaged in geodetic survey......
6323Geographic informationAny date that can be associated with a point or a group of points georeferenced on the Earth`s surface. Information like maps or satellite imagery, di.....
6324Geographic Information System (GIS)Specialized computer software that allows overlaying of two or more georeferenced variables on a map of a specific portion of the Earth`s surface. Dif.....
321Geographic mapsMaps of large areas showing towns and cities, streams and bodies of water, political boundaries and relief......
5333GeogridsGeogrids are meshes typically made up of a regular pattern of tensile elements usually made from fairly rigid type of plastic and are deployed to stre.....
685Geohydrology, Hydrogeology or Groundwater hydrologyThe branch of hydrology that deals with groundwater, its occurrence and movements and its replenishment and depletion; the properties of rocks that co.....
6400Geologic erosion, Geologic norm of erosion, Normal erosion, or Natural erosionErosion due to geologic processes on land in natural environment, as distinguished from accelerated erosion due to artificial causes or acts of man......
6399Geologic normThe condition that results from the balance between soil and vegetation, established by nature, following the age of geologic and glacial disturbance......
8906Geologic survey1 - General A survey or investigation of the character and structure of the earth, of the physical changes that the earth`s crust has undergone or is .....
8907Geological surveyA general term used to designate an organization making geologic surveys and investigations......
8896GeologyScience relating to history and development of the earth`s crust......
5334GeomembranesGeomembranes, also known as flexible membrane liners, synthetic liners, liners, or polymeric membranes, are impermeable membranes usually made of synt.....
109Geometric meanIf the set of n values are all multiplied together and the nth root is taken, the results are known as the geometric mean (G), viz. G = (x1 . x2 ... x.....
8739Geometric similaritySimilarity of form that exists between two objects or systems if the ratios of all corresponding linear dimensions are equal. This relationship is ind.....
8761Geometrically similar modelA model that has geometric similarity with its prototype......
5335GeonetA geonet is a three dimensional structure that is normally used horizontally between two geomembranes to create a drainage path. .....
8903Geophysical surveyThe exploration of an area in which geophysical properties and relationship unique to the area are mapped by one or more geophysical methods. In groun.....
8899GeophysicsScience of the physical properties of the earth, its structure, composition and development......
7573Geoponics The culture of plants on land......
5336GeosyntheticsAny synthetic material, such as geotextile and geomembrane, used in geotechnical engineering. .....
5337GeotextilesNatural or synthetic permeable fabrics which, when used in association with soil, have the ability to separate, filter, reinforce, protect or drain in.....
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