moves from areas of higher elevation toareas of lower elevation .
How Does Groundwater Move?
Due to precipitation, the water reaches the earth’s surface, some of it will flow along the surface
of the earth as runoff while the rest of it soaks into the ground called
Water goes through the ground and stored in the
(where water cannot infiltrate deeper)below. Due to pressure underground the water then slowly moves through spaces and cracksbetween the soil particles on its journey to lower elevation. The movement of water underground is called
Eventually after years of movement, the groundwater comes to a
area where it enters a lake or stream.