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groundwater facies A groundwater of particular character and chemistry. The concept of hydrochemical facies is based on the assumption that the chemical composition of groundwater at any point reflects a tendency towards chemical equilibrium with the matrix rocks under the prevailing conditions. See CHEBOTAREV SEQUENCE.
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