adjective see photogeology

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • photogeologic — pho·to·geologic …   English syllables

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  • photogeology — photogeologic /foh toh jee euh loj ik/, photogeological, adj. photogeologically, adv. /foh toh jee ol euh jee/, n. the technique of interpreting geology from aerial photographs or compiling geologic maps therefrom. [1940 45; PHOTO + GEOLOGY] * *… …   Universalium

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