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What drains water from the land around it?

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Question asked by: bigben

Asked on: 26 Sep 2008

Water is drained from land around it either due to human intervention or geography.

If human intervention, there could be pumps and drains to siphon off water.

If natural, the gravity and water gradients do the trick - such as percolating through soil deeper into the earth through gravity, or through flowing off into rivers and streams etc.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 05 Oct 2008
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