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In Geology

What is an aquitard?

If you are talking about science, then an aquitard is animpervious layer of clay, silt, or rock that will not allow thewater to pass through it fast enough to be used as a wa (MORE)
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What is an aquitards?

An aquitard is an impermeable layer, such as clay or shale, that restricts the flow of water from one side to the other. Aquitards can separate aquifers from each other and ef (MORE)
In Science

What is a aquitards?

An Aquitard is a zone within the earth that restricts the flow of groundwater from one aquifer to another.
In Geology

What are examples of aquitards?

An example of a aquitard could be Clay. Nothing can get through it. If something were to get through it, it would take a long time.