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92 - Understanding our groundwater

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Question 1 of 6 Basic

In the example given in the course, how many years will it take potentially for the effects of surface pollution to show up in drinking water?

Question 2 of 6 Basic

The rainwater which becomes new groundwater is called what?

Question 3 of 6 Basic

What do we call the water-bearing layer underground?

Question 4 of 6 Basic

When bacteria in the soil interacts with organic compounds in the water, what are they broken down into?

Question 6 of 6 Basic

Can technology help us find groundwater without digging bore holes?

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Q: In the example given in the course, how many years will it take potentially for the effects of surface pollution to show up in drinking water?
A: 40 to 50 years
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Q: The rainwater which becomes new groundwater is called what?
A: Recharge
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Q: What do we call the water-bearing layer underground?
A: An aquifer
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Q: When bacteria in the soil interacts with organic compounds in the water, what are they broken down into?
A: Pure water and CO2
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Q: What happens if groundwater is depleted too fast?
A: The land subsides and dries out
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Q: Can technology help us find groundwater without digging bore holes?
A: Yes