permeable layer of rock and sediment
water can flow in easily, upper layer permeable
water cannot flow in easily, both layers impermeable
uppermost level at which the water in an area fully saturates the rock or soil
underground source of water
groundwater under pressure, flows out easily, no pump required
Cone of depression
deep well removes water from surround shallow wells
ocean water replaces depleted fresh groundwater
area surrounding river or stream that floods periodically
cold, nutrient poor lake with high levels of oxygen
warm, nutrient rich lake with low levels of oxygen
water is not able to pass through
man made stream banks to prevent overflow of river
man made banks to prevent overflow of ocean water
a barrier that funs across a river to control the flow of the water
water storage area behind a dam
built to allow migrating fish species to climb the face of a dam
a canal or ditch used to transport water from one location to another
process to remove salt from sea water
provides water to agriculture
most efficient method of irrigation
plants grow in water without soil
uncontaminated waste water
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