This is not black magic or a mystery; this is a process with structure, and you've been here before. Many have succeeded where others have failed. Best of luck!
When rain falls, only a small portion of the water flows across the ground as runoff and enters streams or rivers.
Much of this water remains trapped in the soil and percolates (seeps) deep into the ground and becomes groundwater.
Once surface water becomes groundwater it can remain underground anywhere between a few days to thousands of years.
In many cases, groundwater is a direct part of the surface water system and transitions between flowing above ground and underground regularly.
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