from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Water beneath the earth's surface, often between saturated soil and rock, that supplies wells and springs.

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  • noun Water that exists beneath the earth's surface in underground streams and aquifers.


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  • The clear implication: depletion of groundwater is making a significant contribution to sea-level rise.

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  • This reduction in groundwater use would help stabilize the water table, which has fallen from 5 meters below the surface to 30 meters in parts of the state.

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  • Remediation of the contaminated sites and groundwater is an urgent need.

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  • There are plenty of long-term groundwater reserves and wells which can be tested to get an accurate view of the environmental impact near Wayne National Forest and other areas of the state.

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  • Projects have ranged from rapid turn-around environmental site assessments for due diligence real estate assessments to long-term groundwater remediation efforts. Press Releases

  • Health on long-term groundwater monitoring plans before lifting a recommended drinking water ban for about 200 homes with wells along the Kalamazoo River. -

  • The moratorium will be in place until Septem­ber 2011 or until Groundwater Management Area 10 approves desired future conditions to guide long-term groundwater management.



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