Geological Formations of Ground water
- Aquiclude: It is a solid impermeable layer underlying or overlying an aquifer. It may contain large amount of water but it willnot allow movement of water through it. Eg: Clay
- Aquifer: It is an underground layer of water bearing permeable rock. It not only holds the water but yields in sufficient quantity. Eg: Gravel
- Aquitard: It is a bed of low permeability along an aquifer. It is partly permeable. Eg: Clay lenses interbedded with sand.
- Aquifuge: It is an impermeable bed of rock which contains no openings therefore neither absorbs nor transmits water. Eg: Compact rock
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