Thursday, 1 August 2013

branches of study

 Important branches of study

Cartography - the study and making of maps

Crystallography - the study of crystals

Demography - the study of the characteristics of human populations, such as size, growth, density, distribution, and vital statistics

Encephalography - the recording of voltages from the brain

Floriography - the language of flowers

Geography - the study of spatial relationships on the Earth\'s surface

Hagiography - the study of saints

Holography - the study and mapping of computer project imaged called Holograms for interactive and assisted computations.

Historiography - the study of the study of history

Hydrography - the measurement and description of any waters

Oceanography - the exploration and scientific study of the ocean and its phenomena

Orography - the science and study of mountains

Reprography - the reproduction of graphics through mechanical or electrical means

Selenography - the study and mapping of the physical features of the Moon

Topography - the study of Earth\'s surface shape and features or those of planets, moons and asteroids

Uranography - the study and mapping of stars and space objects

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