Water from Springs


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Water from Springs
1010810Water from Springs
1011303What Is a Spring? A spring is a place where groundwater naturally seeps or gushes from the earth's surface, typically moving downhill through soils or through cracks and fissures in the bedrock, until the ground's surface intersects the water table. Springs fall under two general categories: depression springs and gravity or artesian springs. Depression springs occur when the land's surface dips below the level of the water table. Gravity springs, which include contact springs, fracture or tubular springs, a…
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E. W. "Bob" Boulware: Alternative Water Sources and Wastewater Management. Water from Springs, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export