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water table

The upper limit of the saturated area of the earth containing groundwater.The water table will be at varying depths depending on location and time of year.

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Thus, the surface water supply was only withdrawn from river channels, leading to overexploited groundwater and deeper groundwater table in the simulation tests.
(1) The groundwater table in the lower part of the slope rises with the increase in the reservoir water level.
However, in contrast with the original unlined canals, this leads to reduced groundwater recharge and contributes to the deepening groundwater table [4].
The difference in physical properties of the soil can be seen from values of groundwater table, the thickness of the peat, soil temperature, water content, volume weight (VW) and porosity.
The groundwater table along the river began to rise when the first rubber dam was built in April 2000.
A groundwater table contour map and the locations of existing well fields were overlaid with the groundwater potential map.
This project will increase groundwater table through artificial recharge by constructing 26 dams to harvest 66,075 acre-ft of rain water.
The over-drafting of the sole aquifer is causing a decline of the groundwater table and a deterioration of water quality.
Moreover, the thin thickness of soil will influence groundwater table behavior in this area in correlation with groundwater table.
Mining the aggregate will take place within a metre of the groundwater table. Two wash ponds and two mining areas will be installed below the water table.

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