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despite how that seems," said Brandon Kernen of the state Department of Environmental Studies, who co-authored a report titled, "Preliminary Assessment of Trends in Static Water Levels in Bedrock Wells in New Hampshire, 1984 to 2007.
Since 2003, the static water levels in all of New Mexico American Water's wells in the Ogallala Aquifer have declined an average of three feet per well per year.
This level is indicative of the water table level in unconfined (or water table) aquifers or the piezometric level in a confined (or artesian) aquifer and is known as the static water level (SWL).
Since 2003, the static water levels in New Mexico American Water's 53 wells in the Ogallala Aquifer have declined an average of three feet per well per year.
After the pump was turned off, the water level in the well recovered to the static water level almost instantaneously.