Subaerial

The term subaerial (literally `under the air`) is mainly used in geology to describe events or features that are formed, located or taking place on the Earth`s land surface and exposed to Earth`s atmosphere. This may be contrasted with subaqueous, events or features — located below a water surface, submarine events or features — located be...
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Subaerial

• (a.) Beneath the sky; in the open air; specifically (Geol.), taking place on the earth`s surface, as opposed to subaqueous.
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Subaërial

Sub`a·ë'ri·al adjective Beneath the sky; in the open air; specifically (Geol.) , taking place on the earth's surface, as opposed to subaqueous .
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subaerial

in open air
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Subaerial

Occurring beneath the atmosphere or in the open air, with reference to conditions or processes (such as erosion) that occur on the land. Contrast with submarine and subterranean.
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