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Perched water table The term 'Perched water table' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' Underground water lying over dry soil, and sealed from it by an impervious layer. A water table usually of limited area maintained above the normal free water elevation by the presence of an intervening relatively impervious confining stratum'.
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