underground stream

underground stream

[¦ən·dər¦grau̇nd ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A subsurface body of water flowing in a definite current in a distinct channel.
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Both inspired illustrations and narrative help explain the basic concept of thermodynamics, as shown in the sunlight equation two page spread, which features a kind orange sun face kiss on a beautiful flowering tree, with roots underground that tap into water in an underground stream.
There was lots of asbestos and problems with flooding from an underground stream.
At least 114 bodies were dropped in the deepest, darkest part of the cave, near an underground stream.
There is an underground stream that runs through the back of these properties, which often causes flooding in the gardens.
Once members had mastered this with pendulums and V rods, they were given the opportunity to find firstly a rope, representing an underground stream, then to distinguish between different coloured ropes representing different qualities of water.
Congress recently passed a bevy of public lands protection bills in the National Defense Authorization Act, including a bill to expand the Oregon Caves National Monument by more than 4,000 acres and protect the unique underground stream systems found beneath it.
However, recent heavy rainfall had raised the water levels of the once dry well fed by a nearby underground stream.
The team then followed an underground stream up to a waterfall culminating in a vertical climb through an airshaft into the open air.
A CITY-WIDE search is under way as flood-fearing council leaders order PS4m worth of repairs and checks on every underground stream and culvert.
For tourists this town's attraction is the magnificent Nizwah Fort built above an underground stream.
The accidental discovery in Jerusalem of Israel's longest underground stream is impressive until you compare it to streams in almost any other country.
CAY GAO, VIETNAM * Thirty miles northeast of Ho Chi Minh City, an underground stream runs through this village.

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