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Unformatted text preview: i) Def: locations where H 2 O table interests earths surface. b) Well i) Hole put down into zone of saturation. ii) Cone of depression (1) Lowering of water level next to well cone. (2) Forms because recharge rate is less than withrdraw rate c) Geysers i) Outflow of hot water and steam from the ground. ii) Conditions needed (1) Body of hot rock relatively close to surface (2) Irregular fractures to surface (3) Large constant supple of H 2 O V. Deposition of groundwater material. a) Geyser deposits i) Travertine (1) [building stone (limestone) for tiles] ii) Geyserite b) Clastic Cement i) Holds SS and conglomerate together c) Dripstone i) Stalactites (1) Hang from ceiling. ii) Stalagmites (1) Build up from ground iii)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course GEOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Wareham during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.
- Spring '08