Groundwater

Water located below the water table that fills the pore spaces between sand, gravel, and fractures in rock, etc., which may supply water to wells or springs.

Groundwater

Water beneath the earth's surface that fills underground pockets (known as aquifers), supplying wells and springs.

Groundwater

Groundwater is the water located beneath the earth`s surface in soil pore spaces and in the fractures of rock formations. A unit of rock or an unconsolidated deposit is called an aquifer when it can yield a usable quantity of water. The depth at which soil pore spaces or fractures and voids in rock become completely saturated with water is called....
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Groundwater

Water from an aquifer or subsurface water source.
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Groundwater

- Water from an aquifer or subsurface water source.
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Groundwater

Subsurface water and underground streams that can be collected with wells, or that flow naturally to the earth's surface though springs.
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Groundwater

The mass of water in the ground below the phreatic zone, occupying the total pore space in the rock
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groundwater

The mass of water in the ground below the phreatic zone, occupying the total pore space in the rock and moving slowly downhill where permeability allows.
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Groundwater

The supply of fresh water found beneath the earth's surface (usually in aquifers) which is often accessed through wells and springs.
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groundwater

The supply of fresh water found beneath the surface of the Earth (usually in aquifers) that often supplies wells and springs.
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Groundwater

The supply of water found beneath the earth's surface, usually in porous rock formations (aquifers), which may supply wells and springs. Generally, it refers to all water contained in the ground.
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Groundwater

The water from wells and underground aquifers. An estimated 95% of the drinking water used in rural
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GROUNDWATER

Water below the level at which all voids in the rock are completely filled saturated. Syn. phreatic water in saturated zone below water table.
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Groundwater

Water beneath the earth's surface in the spaces between soil particles and between rock surfaces [co
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groundwater

water found below the surface
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Groundwater

Water found in the voids or free space of soils and rocks underground.
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Groundwater

Water found underground as a result of rainfall, ice and snow melt, submerged rivers, lakes, and springs. This water often carries minerals. These minerals can accumulate in the remains of buried organisms and eventually cause fossilization.
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Groundwater

Water found underground within porous soils and rocks.
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Groundwater

Water from an aquifer or subsurface water source.
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Groundwater

water held underground that has seeped through soil layers and bedrock
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groundwater

water located beneath the ground surface in soil pore spaces and in the fractures of lithologic formation.
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groundwater

water located beneath the ground surface in soil pore spaces and in the fractures of lithologic formation.
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Groundwater

Water lying below the Earth's surface in springs and natural reservoirs.
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groundwater

Water occurring in the subsurface zone where all spaces are filled with water under pressure greater than that of the atmosphere.
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GROUNDWATER

Water present below the water table in small, often microscopic, interconnected pore spaces between grains of soil, sand and/or gravel, and in open fractures and/or solution channels in rock.
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