Groundwater Flow


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Groundwater Flow
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<emphasis role="bold">Groundwater Movement</emphasis> Groundwater is generally always moving. Movement occurs from higher hydraulic head in recharge areas (natural or artificial), where precipitation is generally higher, to discharge areas of lower hydraulic head (wells, springs, rivers, lakes, and wetlands). The reason groundwater moves is because there always seems to be a “change in head” somewhere in…
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Willis Weight: Hydrogeology Field Manual, Second Edition. Groundwater Flow, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008 2001), AccessEngineering Export