No, I was too busy evaporating water from my leaves. We were hired for our transpiration skills, not to talk about rocks.
I already know all your facts. Surface water is on the surface blah blah blah.
Well rocks have pores, tiny holes, that let water in. That's probably how aquifers can hold that much groundwater. Aquifers are a body of permable rock that holds freshwater underground. That's groundwater.
Did you hear that the earth made a fault today? The huge crack in the earth? I knew that the rocks had a lot of stress, but I didn't know that they would fracture or break.
I heard that the water table levels are low this week. The saturation zone has water in its pores and soil. The unsaturated zone has water and oxygen in its pores and soil. Which zone is below the water table again? What does saturation mean?
Come on Bonshaquita! We have to get back to our transpiration duties.
The saturated zone is below the water table. Also, saturation means water in rocks or soil.
I blame you for this, Bonshaquita.
I thought I told y'all to not talk about science at work! You're all fired!