microtopography

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microtopography

[mahy-kroh-tuh-pog-ruh-fee]
noun

Origin:
micro- + topography

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The bog surface is often uneven, with pronounced hummock and hollow
  microtopography.
When determining which species to plant, consider microtopography and the
  different hydrology levels.
Habitats are level flats with shallow water tables and hummock-and-hollow
  microtopography.
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