Definition of geobotanical in US English:

geobotanical

adjective

  • See geobotany

    • ‘The book begins with a description of the geobotanical regions of Antarctica and an overview of the native flora.’
    • ‘Whereas biogeochemical methods require chemical analysis of plant organs, the geobotanical methods depend on direct observations of plant morphology and the distribution of plant species.’
    • ‘Both geobotanical and structural interpretations of remotely sensed data tend to be plagued by random associations.’
    • ‘Hyperspectral remote sensing can potentially have a significant impact in detecting geobotanical anomalies or trends.’
    • ‘Deschampsia antarctica, Antarctic hairgrass, is the only natural grass species growing in the Antarctic geobotanical zone, widespread all over the Maritime Antarctic.’

Pronunciation

geobotanical

/-bəˈtanikəl/