Subsurface water, accumulating because of seepage and returning to the surface as springs and through wells. That part of the subsurface water that is in the zone of saturation, including underground streams. Water in the ground that is in the zone of saturation, from which wells, springs, and ground-water run-off are supplied. This is not the same as underflow.
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