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    • Depth to the Apparent Water Table in 17 New York Soils from 1963 to 1970 

      Frittont, Daniel; Olson, Gerald (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-03)
      When a pit is dug in soil, it commonly happens that at a certain depth, water seeps from the soil to form a shallow pool at the bottom; at this point, the pit is said to have reached the water table. When the pit is ...