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If you were drilling a water well, how deep would you want to go? A. Below impermeable rock B. Into impermeable rock C. Into porous rock above the water table D. Into porous rock below the water table

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    i think D not sure tho

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    http://myweb.cwpost.liu.edu/vdivener/notes/groundwater.htm |dw:1355904561401:dw| A is wrong because we don't want to go underneath the impermeable rock *below* the water. B is similarly wrong because the impermeable rock is deeper down and has no water. C is wrong because the porous rock above the water table doesn't have much groundwater at all -- the water percolates down to the bottom of the porous rock until it can't pass down further (because it's blocked by impermeable rock). D is the answer because the porous rock *below* the water table is where all the groundwater collects.

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