toposéquence


toposéquence
toposéquence [tɔpɔsekɑ̃s] n. f.
ÉTYM. 1958, in la Clé des mots; comp. hybride de topo-, et franç. séquence.
Didact. Chaîne de sol résultant du relief. || « Genèse et évolution de deux toposéquences de sols tropicaux du Tchad », ouvrage de Gérard Bocquier (1973).

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