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5.the upper boundary of the zone of satuuration.
6.water from precipitation and runoff is added back to the zone of saturation in the process.
7.the difference between the original water-table level and the water level in the pumped well.
9.the ability ofa material to let water pass through.
11.that hang from the cave ceiling like icicles.
14.is depression the ground caused by the collapse of a cave or by the direct dissolution of bedrock by acidic rain or moist soil.
16.have temperatures higher than that of the human body.
17.the depth below earth surface at which groundwater completely fills all the pores of material is.
1.these and other types of dripstone formations are compose of a type of limestone.
2.underneath the stalactites.
3.are holes dug or drilled deep into the ground to reach a reservoir of groundwater.
4.a natural underground opening with a connection to earth surface.
8.limestone regions that have sinkholes sinks and sinking streams.
10.most groundwater flow takes place through permeables layers.
12.much of the precipitation that falls on land enters the ground through the process of and becomes groundwater.
13.when the rate of recharge is high enough the pressurized water in a well drilled into a confined aquifer may spurt above the land surface in the form of a fountain.
15.these natural discharges of groundwater.

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