In them, Yes. I lived for a time in the desert of the Coachella Valley. Underneath the sand is an enormous reservoir of purified water. It flows through the topsoil which acts as a strainer for the water from snow melt and some imported gallons from the Colorado River. It ends up in vast underground caverns in gargantuan quantities. The aquifer beneath this desert is estimated at 32.9 Million acre-feet of water. There are also deserts with water in them in other parts of the world; it is usually far below the surface. If you are looking for water in the desert, your best bet is to dig.
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