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Cone of Depression The term 'Cone of Depression' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' In hydrologic terms, the depression, roughly conical in shape, produced in a water table, or other piezometric surface, by the extraction of water from a well at a given rate. The volume of the cone will vary with the rate of withdrawal of water. Also called the Cone of Influence. '.
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