How far do you have to dig to find water in a desert?



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    This is heavily dependent on the specific location where drilling should occur. Water in deserts are almost exclusively found in ground reservoirs in rock formations called aquifers. These aquifers are usually porous rocks where surface water seeps into. Drilling usually occur from 80 feet to over 1000 feet, depending on the desert and the geology of specific drilling locations.

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