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Groundwater Basins

A groundwater basin is defined as an area underlain by permeable materials capable of furnishing a significant supply  of groundwater to wells or storing a significant amount of water. A groundwater basin is three-dimensional and includes both the surface extent and all of the subsurface fresh water yielding material. For more information on groundwater basins and subbasins,  please visit the California Department of Water Resources Bulletin 118 website.  Geospatial files of this data are available for download from the Mojave Water Agency's Geospatial Library.

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