Examples of groundwater in a Sentence
There were concerns about contaminated groundwater.
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Wauconda Public Works director Brad Fink said Wauconda's current water system consists of four shallow wells and four deep wells, providing groundwater from an aquifer.
Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake also shook up Florida's groundwater.
The government went further by offering farmers cheap electricity and favorable prices for their wheat — effectively a generous two-part subsidy that served as an incentive to plant more and more wheat and extract more and more groundwater.
The program will include information on groundwater resources, testing and ways to monitor and maintain your well to safeguard your water supply.
Organic farming reduces pollutants in groundwater and creates richer soil that aids plant growth while reducing erosion, according to the Organic Trade Association.
For all of our progressiveness, California was the last state to regulate groundwater extraction.
Artificially enhancing groundwater replenishment can increase the storage of water far more effectively than building new surface reservoirs.
Which San Diego neighborhoods have the most pesticide exposure CalEnviroScreen 3.0 incorporates diesel emissions, as well as ozone concentrations, groundwater quality, hazardous waste and pesticide levels into one interactive tool.
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