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ES4WHSGROUNDWATER

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ES4WHSGROUNDWATER

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6.mound-shape dripstone deposit of calcium that forms on the floor
8.precipitation that has fallen on land and enters the ground and becomes groundwater
9.holes dug or drilled deep into the ground to reach a reservoir of groundwater
11.sink-holes,sinks,and sinking streams caused by groundwater dissolution of limestone
12.difference between the original water-table level and the water level in the pumped well
13.natural discharge of groundwater
15.hang from cave's ceiling like "icicles"
16.water from precipitation and runoff is added back to the zone of saturation in the process
17.type of limestone found in dripstone formations
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1.thermal spring with temp. higher than that of the human body
2.is a natural depression or hole in the Earth's surface, sink
3.most groundwater flow takes place through permeable layers
4.dept below earth's surface at which groundwater competently fills all the pores of a material
5.ability of a material to let water pass through
7.fountain of water that spurts above the land surface when a well taps a deep confined aquifer containing water under pressure
10.upper boundary of the zone of saturation
14.explosive hot springs that erupt at regular intervals

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