groundwater table


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groundwater table

[′grau̇nd‚wȯd·ər ¦tā·bəl]
(building construction)
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In this study, it was also measured some physical and chemical properties of the soil, such as the groundwater table, peat thickness, porosity, volume weight (VW), temperature, water content, pH and levels of C, N, P, K, Ca and Mg in peat soil.
It is a very stable pool (of mercury)," he said, adding that the mercury in the shallow groundwater table is not a threat to sink 700 feet deeper underground and seep into the Floridan Aquifer, a potable water source for Glynn County.
A groundwater table contour map and the locations of existing well fields were overlaid with the groundwater potential map.
This project will increase groundwater table through artificial recharge by constructing 26 dams to harvest 66,075 acre-ft of rain water.
The over-drafting of the sole aquifer is causing a decline of the groundwater table and a deterioration of water quality.
Moreover, the thin thickness of soil will influence groundwater table behavior in this area in correlation with groundwater table.
Mining the aggregate will take place within a metre of the groundwater table.
The water then is discharged to a receiving stream and thence to Honey Creek, where it can seep into the groundwater table, the attorney general said.
Conventionally, hydrogeologists have developed various methods to determine the groundwater conditions (Todd and Mays 2005) by measuring the groundwater table profile and the hydraulic conductivity.
The team created high-resolution cross sections of the subsurface, showing variations in the fresh groundwater table in the two aquifers studied.
Groundwater table around the mining area lowers and water removal forms a depression cone.

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