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Jskerce Groundwater Discharge
Transcript of Jskerce Groundwater Discharge
Confined Aquifers- Confined aquifers have layers of rock above and below it that are not very permeable to water. Natural pressure in the aquifer can exist; pressure which can sometimes be enough to push water in a well above the land surface. No, not all confined aquifers produce artesian water, but, as this picture of an artesian well in Georgia, USA shows, artesian pressure can force water to the surface with great pressure. People use aquifers to get water for drinking and irrigation. They get the water out by using Artesian well pumps. Under Ground water is generally like a sponge. It takes up the unoccupied space in the rocks and soil particles. If groundwater want to be a big part of the water cycle it can stay still, it alays has to be moving. That depends upon the aquifers and layers of subsurface rocks and also the permeability which means how easy or hard it is to move. BY: JUSTIN SKERCE THE END