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Old 01-14-2012, 10:57 AM
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Originally Posted by LindblomRJ View Post
Wouldn't it stand to reason if there was hydrostatic pressure in place, woudn't the pond be sustaining its level? Unless there is a prolonged dry spell.
Exactly. Though possible, the chance of hydrostatic pressure occurring on a hillside/slope/grade is very slight. Maybe during a '100 year' event', but even then it would depend on the underlying geological formation.
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