A spring is where groundwater flows out of the ground, and is thus where the topside of the wetstone meets the ground. Hingeing on the steadiness of where the water comes from (rainfall or snowmelt that seeps into the earth), a spring may be fitful, ongoing, or thrusting. When it leaves the ground it may flow into a pool or stream.

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