Static Water LevelMeaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Static Water Level?
1. Elevation or level of the water table in a well when the pump is not operating. 2. The level or elevation to which water would rise in a tube connected to an artesian aquifer or basin in a conduit under pressure.
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Action Levels Advanced Wastewater Treatment A-Scale Sound Level Background Level Blackwater Community Water System Consumptive Water Use Cumulative Working Level Months CWLM Dewater Drinking Water Equivalent Level
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