Earth's surface

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Synonyms for Earth's surface

the outermost level of the land or sea

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For the reason that we often steal his treasures," continued Ozma, "the Ruler of the Underground World is not fond of those who live upon the earth's surface, and never appears among us.
Cassandra calyculata) which cover these tender places on the earth's surface.
Earth's surface has three layers: a thin crust, a layer beneath the crust called the mantle, and a core in the center.
Landscapes on the edge; new horizons for research on Earth's surface.
The Landsat satellite collects data that accurately documents landcover on the Earth's surface, but the smallest piece of image data it can provide is about the size of two basketball courts--about 100 feet by 100 feet.
When fully implemented, LOST would consummate the largest act of territorial conquest in history, turning seven-tenths of the Earth's surface over to the jurisdiction of the United Nations.
In 1991, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) embarked upon the extensive and comprehensive Earth Science Enterprise, a program to help us better understand what is happening on the Earth's surface.
A geothermal heat pump is an environmentally friendly device homeowners can use to siphon heat from the Earth's surface to use for heating, air conditioning and hot water.
A lot of what scientists know about changes on Earth's surface comes thanks to two remote-sensing instruments called MODIS, for Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer.
Many geoengineering approaches aim to reduce global warming by reducing the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth's surface (or, in the pot analogy, reduce the heat from the stove).
New findings by a Johns Hopkins University-led team reveal long unknown details about carbon deep beneath Earth's surface and suggest ways this subterranean carbon might have influenced the history of life on the planet.
This interpretation of the Michelson-Morley experimental results makes a key assumption - the interpretation assumes that Earth's surface plays a key role in Earth's aether dynamics, i.
Residual soil material forms in places where solid rock is exposed in outcrops at the earth's surface.
Geothermal heating and cooling take advantage of the temperature of the earth's surface, which becomes constant just a few feet underground.