recharge area

recharge area

[′rē‚chärj ‚er·ē·ə]
(hydrology)
An area in which water is absorbed that eventually reaches the zone of saturation in one or more aquifers. Also known as intake area.
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Contract notice: Establish and implement monitoring the quality and quantity of groundwater in the recharge area of ?
The state review noted that the Hardwick landfill "is not located within the Zone II recharge area of the Ware public water supply wells, as defined by MassDEP .
105] Although the eastern aquifer is considered an endogenous Palestinian resource by some scholars, [106] others have classified it as a transboundary resource because a small portion of its recharge area may lie to the west of the "green line" border between Israel and the West Bank.
It is then necessary to notify the city administration of the situation and at the same time, discover that the industrial expansion took place over the wellfield recharge area.
sete, the recharge area is located in the northeastern part of the lido between the bia and the castle of villeroy villeroy it relates to a linear 2200 m.
Construction of low level rock toe along approximately 600m of existing sea wall frontage, using a combination of rock armour removed from the beach recharge area and imported rock armour material.