Origin of ground water
Examples from the Web for ground water
The ground-water, instead of rising all through the winter, must have fallen lower and lower as the spring and summer advanced.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
The oxide zone of these deposits has no close relation to the present topography or to the present ground-water level.
The ground-water is, therefore, relatively very high and the capacity of the soil for further absorption proportionately low.
Gypsum is fairly soluble in ground-water, and sink-holes and solution cavities are often developed in gypsum deposits.
The top surface of this zone is called the water table, or the ground-water level.