Ground water definition

Ground water means water below the land surface in a zone of saturation.
Ground water means water in a saturated zone or stratum beneath the surface of the land or below a surface water body.
Ground water means water in the soil beneath the surface of the ground, including but not limited to water in wells and in underground streams, and percolating waters.

Examples of Ground water in a sentence

  • Ground water quality monitoring should be conducted once in every Six months and the report should be submitted to TNPCB.

  • Ground water monitoring at minimum at 8 locations shall be included.

  • Ground water quality monitoring should be conducted once in Six months and the report should be submitted to TNPCB.

  • Ground water samples are collected and analyzed in the field to determine when drilling/sampling of a location has been advanced to a sufficient depth for vertical characterization purposes.

  • Ground water contamination was originally detected in the area of OU-2 when the Air Force started sampling local domestic wells in 1986.


More Definitions of Ground water

Ground water means that part of the subsurface water that is at or below the saturated zone.
Ground water means “water” below the surface of the ground, including that which exerts pressure on or flows, seeps, or leaks through sidewalks, driveways, foundations, walls, basement or other floors, or through doors, windows or any other openings in such sidewalks, driveways, foundations, walls or floors.
Ground water means any water, except capillary moisture, beneath the land surface in the zone of saturation or beneath the bed of any stream, lake, reservoir or other body of surface water wholly or partially within the boundaries of this Commonwealth, whatever the subsurface geologic structure in which such water stands, flows, percolates or otherwise occurs.
Ground water means any water below the surface of the earth in a zone of saturation.
Ground water means all water occurring in an aquifer.
Ground water means such accumulations of underground water, natural or artificial, public and private, or parts thereof, which are wholly or partially within, flow through, or border upon this state. The term does not include manmade underground storage or conveyance structures.
Ground water means water occurring beneath the surface of the ground that fills available openings in rock or soil materials such that they may be considered saturated.