A natural underground layer, often of sand or gravel that contains water. An aquifer gives water to wells.
the change of state from a gas to a liquid.
Conservation: to protect from loss and waste. Conservation of water may mean to save or store water for later use.
The quantity of water used for household purposes such as washing, food preparation, and bathing
the change by which water is converted from a liquid state to a vapor state.
A unit of volume in the U.S. Customary System, used to measure liquid, equal to 4 quarts (3.785 liters) and weighs 8.3 lbs.
Groundwater: The supply of fresh water found under the surface of the Earth usually found in aquifers. Groundwater often supplies wells and springs with water that is needed.
The constant circulation of water where water changes between a liquid, solid and gaseous state. Also, known as the water cycle.
to reprocess a product over and over again for further use instead of being disposed for example paper, glass, plastic, metals and water.
Resource: A person, thing, or action needed for living or to improve the quality of life.
Runoff: The amount of rainfall found in streams, rivers, and lakes.
The water that systems pump and treat from sources open to the atmosphere, such as rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.
An odorless, tasteless, colorless liquid formed by a combination of hydrogen and oxygen; forms streams, lakes, and seas, and is a major constituent of all living matter.
The care, preservation, protection, and wise use of water.
: The condition of water for use in terms of its chemical, physical, and biological.
The land area that drains into a stream
A pit, hole, or shaft sunk into the earth to tap an underground source of water.