groundwater level


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groundwater level

[′grau̇nd‚wȯd·ər ‚lev·əl]
(hydrology)
The level below which the rocks and subsoil are full of water.
(building construction)

groundwater level

At a particular site, the level below which the subsoil and rock masses of the earth are fully saturated with water.
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In this paper, analyses of groundwater level (GWL) variations, water balance and related hydrological variables, i.
It is also found that the groundwater levels are rising due to the more groundwater recharge available in the form of canals distributaries and minors supported by the recharge difference determined i.
This shows that the average depth of the basin's groundwater level has had a decline of about 6 meters during 11 years.
Reliance on groundwater led to variable responses in groundwater levels across the area, with declines in some areas exceeding 120 feet below predevelopment water level conditions.
This significant decrease in groundwater level potentially resulted from (1) lower rainfall during recent years and from (2) high groundwater resource exploitation.
But during Eugene's rainiest months, the groundwater levels rise, cutting the distance between the drywells and the groundwater to less than the EPA requirement.
Correlation between salinity and the electrical conductivity in the study area indicates rise in the electrical conductivity caused by declining groundwater level.
In both cases the strong relationship between accumulated annual residual rainfall and the predicted groundwater level is obvious; the p statistics for the residual rainfall were 2.
By establishing a network of observing wells spread--over the district, the fluctuation in groundwater level is monitored every month.
25 billion litres due to frequent power cuts and a fall in groundwater level.
A groundwater level of an unconfined aquifer or the piezometric surface of a confined aquifer indicates the elevations of the atmospheric pressure on the aquifer and hydraulic gradient of the area.

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