groundwater surface

groundwater surface

[′grau̇nd‚wȯd·ər ¦sər·fəs]
(building construction)
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The groundwater surface is generally conceptualised as analogous to a smoothed ground surface, making a linear relationship between depth to watertable and UPNESS the simplest model form consistent with process theory and justifying linear regressions for these analyses.
Small transient peaks about 5 mm high occurred in the elevation of the groundwater surface on a 14-day cycle that was consistent with the timing of the application of the effluent in the weir and irrigation simulation.

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