Origin of water table
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The surface of the water in the supersaturated soil is known as the “water-table” and is exemplified in water standing in a well.
Mr. Lake: But the capillarity of the soil provides water for the tree above the water-table.
Would you feel like saying that a water-table at 24 inches was neither too low nor too high?
Wren told him 'water-table,' which he then inserted in the text, striking out the marginal note.Brief Lives (Vol. 2 of 2)|John Aubrey
Now, we know that, in almost all New England, the water-table is many feet below the surface.Farm drainage|Henry Flagg French
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The depth (measured from the surface of the Earth) at which underground water is first encountered.