Seep/Seepage
  Seepage is the slow movement of water through small cracks, pores, interstices, etc., of a material into or out of a body of surface or subsurface water. A seep is the location where seepage ocurrs. Two of the more notable seeps along the Red River are the Cabin Springs Seep and the Portal Springs Seep.
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