geohydrologic
adjective see geohydrology

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • geohydrology — “+ noun Etymology: ge + hydrology : a science that deals with the character, source, and mode of occurrence of underground water * * * geohydrologic /jee oh huy dreuh loj ik/, geohydrological, adj. geohydrologically, adv. geohydrologist, n. /je …   Useful english dictionary

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