Chapter 15: Groundwater. Water In The Ground (1). Groundwater is defined as all the water in the ground occupying the pore spaces within bedrock and regolith. The volume of groundwater is 40 times larger than the volume of all water in fresh-water lakes or flowing in streams.
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K is a coefficient know as the “coefficient of permeability” or “coefficient of conductivity”;
h1-h2 is the difference in altitude;
L is the horizontal distance between two points;