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92 - Understanding our groundwater

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Question 1 of 6 Basic

Initially, water is driven underground by gravity. What is the main driver after a certain depth?

Question 2 of 6 Basic

Is climate change a significant problem for our groundwater?

Question 3 of 6 Basic

Can groundwater be over a thousand years old?

Question 5 of 6 Basic

Can you spread the load on an aquifer by extracting from more wells distributed over a wider area?

Question 6 of 6 Basic

What do we call the visible area from which the aquifer gets new water over time?

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Q: Initially, water is driven underground by gravity. What is the main driver after a certain depth?
A: The main driver becomes pressure
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Q: Is climate change a significant problem for our groundwater?
A: Yes
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Q: Can groundwater be over a thousand years old?
A: Yes
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Q: How is a rising sea level a problem for coastal communities?
A: Because of saltwater intrusion into the coastal aquifers
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Q: Can you spread the load on an aquifer by extracting from more wells distributed over a wider area?
A: Yes
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Q: What do we call the visible area from which the aquifer gets new water over time?
A: The recharge area