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Capillary Zone The term 'Capillary Zone' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Used interchangably with Capillary Fringe; the soil area just above the water table where water can rise up slightly through the cohesive force of capillary action. This layer ranges in depth from a couple of inches, to a few feet, and it depends on the pore sizes of the materials'.
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