The saturated zone is the part of the earth’s crust made up of particulate (like gravel, sand, silt, or clay), and is fully saturated with water. Water can adhere to particulate, making some areas appear saturated. However, for it to be truly saturated, the water must be high enough that the pressure forces out all the air.
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