Where Is the Water Table Located?

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The water table is located below the ground's surface and could rise or fall depending on various factors. It can also be located hundreds of feet down the surface. Water tables are formed when groundwater water fills the aquifer.
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It is the point under surface of the earth where the ground is completely saturated with water.
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Water is a naturally occuring substance covering more than 70% of the surface of the Earth, and is vital to all life forms.
Water table is located in the saturation zone. In this zone, the pressure of water is equal to the pressure of atmosphere. When water trickles down in soil from the surface, water fills the pores around the soil. At some point the soil becomes saturated and water can't trickle down further, is called saturation zone.
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