geohydrology

[jee-oh-hahy-drol-uh-jee]
noun

Origin:
1905–10; geo- + hydrology

geohydrologic [jee-oh-hahy-druh-loj-ik] , geohydrological, adjective
geohydrologically, adverb
geohydrologist, noun
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