Examples of groundwater in a Sentence
There were concerns about contaminated groundwater.
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To reduce demand for federal irrigation water, the program paid farmers to idle land or make greater use of groundwater.
A lawsuit claims Poland Spring water has duped consumers, and is nothing more than groundwater.
South Florida Water Management District Engineer Jorge Jaramillo walks on the water overflow weir that keeps groundwater in Everglades National Park and prevents it from flowing east out of Taylor Slough and into farm fields and neighborhoods.
Native American tribes — including the Ponca Tribe and Sioux Tribe of Nebraska — worry that a leak would contaminate sources of water such the Ogallala aquifer beneath the Great Plains, which is one of the world’s largest sources of groundwater.
Locally, the military is paying to install filters on public wells, has provided bottled water and public water hookups for private well owners, and is making plans to clean up groundwater.
Then, add in enough flowing groundwater to the mix, and those minerals start to dissolve.
The engineering and design phase of the project includes determining the air space of the cell, needed contours, and if additional geotechnical materials will be needed to avoid groundwater contamination.
The units are sensitive enough to detect when the ground rises or sinks by a few millimeters because of water weight, groundwater pumping, and tides, among other things.
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