How does water get into the water table?



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    The water table is the uppermost level of an aquifer. Aquifers can be considered as underground storage tanks for water. There are many ways in which water can trickle down into the water table and aquifer. Most commonly, water from rain and snow runs into these underground storage areas. Water can also flow from soil and trees into the aquifer. We are then able to tap into these water reservoirs by drilling wells down. This is also one way in which the groundwater can become contaminated thus this area of study is highly valuable.

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