Groundwater, Soils, and Remediation
Groundwater is enclosed within the pores of soil, below the surface of the earth. The groundwater flows in what are called aquifers.
KeywordsHydraulic Gradient Vadose Zone Volumetric Flow Rate Unconfined Aquifer Stream Line
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