ground water

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underground water that is held in the soil and in pervious rocks

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The assessments are the result of thousands of hours of work by outside experts, providing the most comprehensive information gathered to date about the groundwater near Duke Energy's coal ash sites in North Carolina.
The EAD has said that it plans on reducing groundwater use by 80 per cent in forestry by 2030, citing a deterioration in groundwater use in both quality and availability.
In most wells, depth to groundwater has exceeded that of the same or nearby wells in the 2007-2009 drought, and exceeds the depths recorded in the mid-20th century, prior to local, state and federal water projects (reservoirs and canals) coming on-line.
The Australian Groundwater Explorer presents a uniform approach to groundwater information to support a range of sustainable water resource management decisions at both local and national levels," said Senator Simon Birmingham, Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment.
For many decades, the water supply requirements of the Albuquerque metropolitan area in central New Mexico were met almost exclusively by groundwater withdrawal from the Santa Fe Group aquifer system.
DEaA[micro]ll has come to the conclusion that the rate at which groundwater reservoirs are being depleted is increasing, but that the rate is not as high as previously estimated.
This Article considers the deeper issue that confronted the Texas Supreme Court, and that has confronted other courts across the country: how should the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment, and parallel clauses of state constitutions, apply to groundwater use regulation?
The Upper Lee groundwater body is located within the Thames River Basin District, and has a total catchment area of 628.
Groundwater flows slowly to the surface, discharging in the form of springs, streams and wetlands (or in deserts, oases) in a continuous, integral cycle between the surface water and aquifers.
The districts are still required to take actions necessary to comply with waste discharge permits, eliminate threatened nuisance conditions, clean up polluted groundwater and discharge treated wastewater in a manner that does not cause nuisance or pollution," Lahontan Regional Water Board officials said in a statement announcing the proposed settlement.
Study coauthor Frank yon Hippel notes that much of the nation's water supply comes from groundwater and says that "groundwater flows just like surface water and, in many places, becomes surface water.
Another issue Townsend sees rising for C&D landfills is groundwater contamination, especially from the many unlined landfills around the country.
Mankind's actions are noticeably harming groundwater resources worldwide, according to a recent report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Studies showed that spilled solvents went into the groundwater beneath the site.
This article will focus on the Israeli-Palestinian water disputes in the groundwater aquifers and Jordan River.