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Fifth Grade

Mr. Prothero's Science Class Chapter Four Water Resources

a system of channels, pipes, or tunnels that carry water a long distance, something that carries water a long way aqueduct
an underground layer of rock or soil through which water easily moves aquifer
the careful use of a natural resource such as water conservation
the removal of salt from salt water to make fresh water desalination
water that collects in spaces and cracks in rocks and soil underground, water that seeps into the soil groundwater
the process of supplying fresh water to farm fields for growing crops, this process usually uses canals and pipes to bring the water to the crops irrigation
a natural or artificial pond or lake used to collect and store fresh water, a place that stores and collects water reservoir
rainwater that flows over land without sinking into the soil runoff
a natural flow of water from underground that forms where the water table meets the land's surface spring
the recycling of waste water so it can be used again water reclamation
the surface of a layer of saturated ground water table
a region of land that drains into a river watershed
a hole dug or drilled into the ground to provide a supply of water well
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