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Applied Hydrogeology

by C. W. Fetter
Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2001

Chapter 6: Soil Moisture and Ground-Water Recharge


"The uppermost layer of the earth may contain a three-phase system of solid, liquid, and gaseous material. The solid phase contains mineral grains and organic matter. The organic matter represents the remains of plans and animals that are undergoing decay. The liquid phase is water containing dissolved solutes. The vapor phase includes water vapor and other gases that may not be present in the same proportions as the atmosphere (Jury, Gardner, & Gardner 1991)."

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