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groundwater table

[′grau̇nd‚wȯd·ər ¦tā·bəl]
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5: Amount of winter water applied for recharge (cfs), change in depth to the groundwater table (ft) and rainfall (in per day) measured between January and May in 2015 (A) and 2016 (B) for the Scott Valley site.
As shown in Figure 5(a), the 12-year exploitation process in the Haihe Plain led to a significant drop of local groundwater table, of a mean of 13.86 m.
The groundwater table in the Qianjiangping slope in scheme 1 is shown in Figure 7(a).
Furthermore, the increasing depth to the groundwater table has caused an increase in the concentrations of dissolved minerals in the groundwater [8].
On the ground the gangs continue to steal from the network while others pump directly from the groundwater table to resell what is undrinkable saline water.
Severely dry years beginning in 2001 and a declining groundwater table, along with the political football that Big Water has become, make for a complex and difficult water supply situation in Western Australia.
Water regulation in land of oil palm plantations is still dependent on natural conditions, so that the groundwater table varies in each area / location of the study (Figure 2).
Groundwater does not disappear, but in fact as more work is performed on mainline sewers and manholes, that groundwater moves to the path of least resistance back into the collection systems through lateral connections, annular spaces in relined mains and the first few joints of the lateral that lie below the groundwater table. In order to be most effective, trenchless rehabilitation projects aimed at reducing infiltration must include lateral connections and that portion of the lateral that is prone to leakage.
Today, the carbon dioxide sparging method used to lower ph levels in a shallow groundwater table under much of the site has worked very well and has essentially contained the spread of mercury, something that is being monitored closely and often, Morris said.
The report recommends Aquifer Recharge and Recovery as the optimal choice for the Middle East, taking into account the high evaporation rates, limited amount of rechargeable water resources and declining groundwater table. Recharged groundwater, the reported notes, is a good water source, and can also help prevent salinisation of existing wells and prevents or reduces salt water intrusion.
The rise in the groundwater table has increased groundwater evaporation capacity, caused soil salinization, and increased groundwater salinity [15].
Water level variation can soften the rock-soil mass of the reservoir bank and cause variations in groundwater table, which consequently lowers the shear strength of the rock-soil mass, leads to slaking of the rock-soil mass, and resultantly influences the stability of landslides [4-6].

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