Definition of geobotanist in English:

geobotanist

noun

  • See geobotany

    • ‘These microbiologists, plant physiologists, soil scientists, and geobotanists shared an interest in pursuing experimental investigations of energy, matter, and life.’
    • ‘Since 1991 she has worked as a geobotanist for the Krkonoše National Park Administration.’
    • ‘The New Botanic Garden was founded in 1967, when the geobotanist professor needed more space for his ecological field experiments.’
    • ‘We closely cooperate with Russian, European and Northamerican geobotanists and landscape ecologists.’
    • ‘When Heinz Ellenberg, one of Europe's most influential geobotanists, travelled to the Peruvian Andes in 1957, he was looking for natural vegetation.’