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Categories: Geology stubs, Hydrogeology
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Lens  freshwater lens  Ghyben-Herzberg lens  Ghyben-Herzberg lenses  Ghyben/Herzberg lens
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In hydrology, a lens, also called freshwater lens or Ghyben-Herzberg lens, is a convex-shaped layer of fresh groundwater that floats above the denser saltwater, usually found on small coral or limestone islands and atolls. Wikipedia
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In hydrology, a lens, also called freshwater lens or Ghyben-Herzberg lens, is a convex-shaped layer of fresh groundwater that floats above the denser saltwater, usually found on small coral or limestone islands and atolls. Wikipedia
A layer of fresh water derived from rainfall, overlying saline groundwater Wikipedia Disambiguation
Convex layer of fresh groundwater that floats on top of denser saltwater Wikidata
A body of rock, ice, or water shaped like a convex lens. Wiktionary