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Groundwater is a source of fresh water that exists underground in the spaces in soil and cracks in rock. Groundwater is an important resource as drinking water as well as irrigation, industrial uses, and more. Groundwater also provides cold water inputs to streams, rivers, vernal pools, as well as other natural water bodies and helps maintain flow and temperature regimes.
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