What Is a Groundwater Feature?

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A ground water feature is actually a feature that produces water from below the ground. The water from ground is mostly used to feed springs and wells. The term ground water generalises all waters that come from the ground.
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It is sediment and ice.
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Although I like evolved 909's answer, it can be expanded a bit. Groundwater flows most easily through rocks with high permeability. Permeability is a measure of connected open space
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Isn't all water ground water. Erosion and deposits. John
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Lakes come in many shapes, sizes, depths, and origins. Most are freshwater but some may be saline because of evaporation that concentrates dissolved salts. We show two extremes here
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