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to·pog·ra·pher

 (tə-pŏg′rə-fər)
n.
1. One who is skilled in topography.
2. One who describes and maps the surface features of geographic regions.

to•pog•ra•pher

(təˈpɒg rə fər)

n.
a specialist in topography.
[1595–1605; < Greek topográphos. See topo-, -grapher]
Translations

topographer

[təˈpɒgrəfə>ʳ] Ntopógrafo/a m/f

topographer

nTopograf(in) m(f), → Vermessungsingenieur(in) m(f)

topographer

[təˈpɒgrəfəʳ] ntopografo/a
References in classic literature ?
said the topographer, blushing to the top of his ears.
my friend, you are not only a herculean topographer, you are, still further, a dialectician of the first water.
It combines a Placido disc corneal topographer with PCI measurements of AL, LT, ACD, and CT (see Figure 2).
Corneal topography was performed using the Sirius corneal tomographer (CSO, Italy), which has a 360[degrees]-rotating Scheimpfiug camera and a Placido disc topographer.
Other expedition members included fellow topographer Lieutenant Washington Hood, Lieutenant William Smith, an unknown number of enlisted men, and a civilian employee of the U.
MG morphology was observed by Keratograph 5 M (OCULUS, Wetzlar, Germany), a noncontact, placido ring-based corneal topographer,[sup][8],[19] and MG dropout degree was graded separately for both the upper and lower eyelids: Grade 0 (no loss MGs), Grade 1 (loss of 33% of the whole glands area), Grade 2 (loss of area between 33% and 67%), and Grade 3 (loss of 67% of the whole area).
Batlimous, a Greek geographer, topographer, mathematician and writer (2nd century AD), in his book named 'the World Maps' which includes 27 maps of the different parts of the world, has named the Persian Gulf as Persicous Sinous which means the Persian Sea.
Identikit developed into Photofit which was developed over the following decade due to a system invented by Jacques Penry, a facial topographer who had been researching the subject since 1938.
Finally, in "Two Pioneers of Central Asian Exploration: Sir Aurel Stein and Sven Hedin" Bosworth compares the travels and work of two well-known explorers, Stein as linguist and archeologist and Hedin as geographer and topographer.
is to furnish the topographer with the analytic elements of the forms of the relief, for the more thoroughly these forms are understood by the topographer the more successful will he be in their delineation" (1912, as translated in Matthes, 1912, page 336)
The process begins by using a topographer to create a map of the cornea.
While developing the idea for the stadium, Zgheib spent three days with a geologist, stone specialist, topographer and a cave expert at the site a few years ago.