Why do rock quarries have water in the bottom of them?



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    Due to the force of gravity, all things are in motion to get to the lowest place possible, including the water that pools at the bottom of rock quarries. This water is either shallow groundwater or runoff that has collected at the quarry’s lowest point. While in use, this water is pumped from quarries but once they are abandoned they are either transformed into swimming holes or lakes.

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