If we dig a hole in the ground near a water body we may find that the soil is ________.
If we try digging a hole in the ground, we will observe that the soil appears to have more moisture as we keep digging. It can be concluded that there is a presence of water underground.
A man digging the ground near a water body found that the soil was moist. As he kept digging deeper and deeper he reached a level where all the spaces between particles of soil and gaps between rocks were filled with water. The upper limit of this layer is called (a) water level (b) water table (c) groundwater (d) water limit
(a) Water sources are formed under the surface of the earth.
(b) Ground water levels are falling.
(c) If we dig near river banks we find water level quickly.
(d) Wet clothes become dry after some time.
(e) Water is found in the solid form in the polar regions.
As we keep digging through the different layers of soil, we reach a point where the surface becomes hard to dig. Which layer of soil is this?