What is an aquaclude?



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    An aquaclude is a geologic formation which contains water that is not easily extractable.  This is due to low porosity of the surrounding rocks, so that the water cannot be transferable.  Shale and unfractured granite are examples of rocks that could be of an aquaclude formation. 

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