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sub·sur·face

 (sŭb′sûr′fəs, sŭb-sûr′-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or situated in an area beneath a surface, especially the surface of the earth or of a body of water.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.subsurface - beneath the surface; "subsurface materials of the moon"
overhead - located or originating from above; "an overhead crossing"
surface - on the surface; "surface materials of the moon"
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A decision in this important case is pending and will likely further shape the landscape of Texas subsurface trespass law.
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Introduction to Well Logs and Subsurface Maps, 2nd Edition
28 May 2019 - California, US-based water flow solutions services provider Hoffman Southwest (HSW) has acquired Virginia, US-based subsurface utility engineering services providers Accumark, Inc., Pipe Vision, LLC, and Benchmark VA LLC Subsurface Utility Services, the company said.
The addition of Keynetix software expands Bentley's geotechnical offerings and accelerates Bentley's vision of enabling subsurface digital twins for infrastructure projects and assets.
QThe addition of Keynetix software expands Bentley's geotechnical offerings and accelerates the leading global provider of comprehensive software and digital twins services for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure's vision of enabling'subsurface digital twins' for infrastructure projects and assets.
The addition of Keynetix software expands Bentley's geotechnical offerings and accelerates its vision of enabling subsurface digital twins for infrastructure projects and assets, said a statement from the company.
Through the tie-up Falcon will bring into the region, niche expertise and capability of subsurface engineering, production facilities management and turnkey drilling
Seequent announced it completed acquiring Geosoft, bringing together the former's Leapfrog 3D geological modelling software suite with the latter's subsurface geoscience and exploration technology.
The Electromagnetic (EM) data is used to find out the subsurface faults and lithology types.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Barely living 'zombie' bacteria and other forms of life constitute an immense amount of carbon deep within Earth's subsurface -- 245 to 385 times greater than the carbon mass of all humans on the surface, according to Deep Carbon Observatory scientists nearing the end of a 10-year international collaboration to reveal Earth's innermost secrets.
However, the possibility of subsurface water has always been suspected, something that a team of Italian researchers has proven by discovering a huge reservoir of liquid water just a mile (1.5km) below layers of ice and dust at its South Pole.