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Characteristic of a material that is full of tiny, connected air spaces that water can seep through
a) impermeable b) permeable c) aquifer d) water table
a characteristic of materials, such as clay and granite, through which water DOES NOT easily pass
a) impermeable b) permeable c) saturated zone d) spring
A layer of permeable rock or soil in which the cracks or pores are totally filled with water
a) impermeable b) permeable c) spring d) saturated zone
the top of the saturated zone, or depth to the groundwater under Earth's surface
a) artesian well b) permeable c) water table d) spring
a layer of rocks and soil above the water table in which the pores contain air as well as water
a) water table b) aquifer c) spring d) unsaturated zone
a place where groundwater flows to the surface
a) saturated zone b) spring c) geyser d) aquifer
an underground layer of rock or sediment that holds water
a) geyser b) impermeable c) saturated zone d) aquifer
A well in which water rises because of pressure within the aquifer
a) artesian wall b) water table c) unsaturated zone d) aquifer
a fountain of water and steam that build up pressure underground and erupts at regular intervals
a) permeable b) spring c) geyser d) irrigation
the process of supplying water to areas of land to make them suitable for growing crops
a) point source b) irrigation c) nonpoint source d) water pollution
the practice of using less of a resource so that it will not be used up
a) conservation b) point source c) pollutant d) irrigation
the addition of any substance that has a negative effect on water or the living things that depend on the water
a) conservation b) irrigation c) water pollution d) pollutant
a harmful substance in the air, water or soil
a) pollutant b) point source c) nonpoint source d) irrigation
a specific source of pollution that can be identified
a) water pollution b) conservation c) irrigation d) point source
a widely spread source of pollution that is difficult to link to a specific point of origin
a) pollutant b) irrigation c) nonpoint source d) point source
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