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Groundwater 7th

Groundwater 7th grade science vocabulary

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Water that is beneath the Earth's surface in soil and rocks. Groundwater
All the bodies of water on the surface of land. Surface Water
The characteristic of a material that allows liquid to pass through. Permeability
The movement of water over the surface of the land. Runoff
An area of land that separates water flowing to different rivers. Watershed
The area below saturated ground. Water Table
A body of permeable rock that contains ground water. Aquifer
The point at which something is full Saturation
How can groundwater get polluted? pipeline leaks, fertilizer runoff, and chemical leaks from landfills
What is groundwater used for? household use , industry use, irrigation in farming, transportation, and recreation
Created by: melindawhitfill