any geological formation that absorbs and holds water but does not transmit it at a sufficient rate to supply springs, wells, etc.
An impermeable body of rock or stratum of sediment that acts as a barrier to the flow of groundwater.
. . noun another name for hydroponics a variant of aquaculture
- Aquidneck island
an island in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island.
any geological formation containing or conducting ground water, especially one that supplies the water for wells, springs, etc. Contemporary Examples In west-central Kansas, up to a fifth of the irrigated farmland along a 100-mile swath of the aquifer has already gone dry. When the Wells Go Dry in the Great Plains Justin Green May 19, […]
the Eagle, a northern constellation south of Cygnus, containing the bright star Altair. a city in central Italy. Contemporary Examples His Aquila performance apparently cemented his reputation as a board director whom a CEO could trust. Herman Cain’s Aquila Dealings Undercut His Business-Acumen Claims Wayne Barrett November 20, 2011 Cain was listed as the owner […]