coterminous

(redirected from conterminous)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

coterminous

having a common boundary; bordering; contiguous.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
References in periodicals archive ?
--, and --, 2014b: Hydrologic prediction over the conterminous United States using the National Multi-Model Ensemble.
P., and Coauthors, 2010: Web-Enabled Landsat Data (WELD): Landsat ETM+ composited mosaics of the conterminous United States.
[2.] Applied Technology Council, ATC 25/FEMA 224: Seismic Vulnerability and Impact of Disruption of Lifelines in the Conterminous United States, in Earthquake Hazard Reduction Series 58.
Each layer was preprocessed for analysis by mosaicking native coordinate systems across a common geographic coordinate system (World Geodetic System 1984, https://www.nga.mil/ProductsServices/GeodesyandGeophysics/Pages/WorldGeodeticSys tem.aspx) and then clipping the data for each raster layer to the conterminous US border.
United Nations (UN) while witnessing these wretched situations are centring the short and long term development goals, thereby parting this world a functioning and conterminous ground for major powers to carry their lethal plays.
Radio antennas are also cheaper to install than radar systems so it isn't nearly as expensive to maintain radio coverage across the entire conterminous U.S.
Jenny (1941) famously demonstrated that soil organic matter concentrations in the conterminous United States increased with increasing mean annual precipitation and with decreasing mean annual temperature.
More particularly would this be the case with the North-West of India, which would in these circumstances be a Muslim State conterminous with the vast block of territory dominated by Islam, which runs from North Africa and Turkey in the West to Afghanistan in the East.
Peillex indeed justified his decree by claiming that Mont Blanc is no longer a wild place, but as a destination for crowds of tourists and guides, an "urban space of commerce." The mayor would have us believe that the meandering contours of Mont Blanc's upper snowfields and wildflower-strewn buttes are now conterminous with weed-strewn sidewalks and traffic lights.
The results of all this work are clear: "On the basis of a detailed examination of over forty linguistic features--representing the full spectrum of linguistic categories: orthography, phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexicon--the conclusion of the present study is that, though likely composite, the extant book of Jeremiah was written in a form of TBH, the literary medium employed in works composed in the span of time linking the First and Second Temple Periods, probably approximately conterminous with the 6th century BCE" (p.
This daily dataset, covering the conterminous US, began on 1 January 1981, and it continues to the present day, and the spatial resolution was 4 km.