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water table

The level at which rock or any underground stratum is saturated with water. This overlies an impervious stratum.
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These losses have negative impacts in terms raising watertable inversely as indicated by [10].
As the improvements take place in watertable and salinity conditions, the yields are expected to increase.
66, the depth of wetting front calculated with Equation 8 was 77 cm, or 23 cm above the watertable.
The fluctuation of the watertable within the sliding area was monitored using standpipe piezometers installed insitu.
On the south side of the river and a little upstream of the World Trade Centre, the architects of the Eureka Building, currently under construction, have opted for a single-level car park beneath the building, which does not intrude into the watertable.
The changes in average and total gross margins, impact on salinity, changes in watertable level at the Subdivision level, due to proposed cropping patterns are presented in the following section.
However, these hotspots of biodiversity are rapidly being lost as groundwater pumping lowers the watertable, reduces springflow, and significantly decreases the number of intact cienegas.
Monitoring of watertable depth needs to be carried out on Doab basis.
The only other known hurdle to overcome in planning the project was the relatively high watertable along the path of the line.
Applause is a shower to the watertable of self-regard: in the downpour the watertable's irrelevant but after the shower passes possibility takes on an extensive millimeter.
De especial interes son los sonidos de la famosa Watertable, mesa de billar instalada en un hoyo al nivel del piso que presento Wilson en la galeria Matt en 1994 y que ahora se encuentra en la Coleccion Saatchi.
Phreatic Water--A term that originally was applied only to water that occurs in the upper part of the zone of saturation under watertable conditions; now it means all water in the zone of saturation, thus making it an exact synonym of groundwater.