Definition of geomorphologist in US English:

geomorphologist

noun

  • See geomorphology

    • ‘Hydrologists, biologists and geomorphologists are only now discovering many of the complex forces that shape the Mekong Basin.’
    • ‘According to a coastal geomorphologist, deeper in-shore waters means more powerful waves, which move more quickly and retain more energy.’
    • ‘In fact, the whole idea of paleosols was first developed by geomorphologists and soil scientists to explore soils in the Quaternary.’
    • ‘Modern geomorphologists recognize that mountain-building is a geologically recent event.’
    • ‘You don't have to be a geomorphologist to recognize that when the islands reach an average summer daily population of 225,000, development has created a city floating on a sand spit.’

Pronunciation

geomorphologist

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