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Excavated dams are made by scooping out soil to make large shallow pits.
 



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Excavated dams are made by scooping out soil to make a large shallow pit. These dams are sometimes placed at the bottom of a slope to aid water collection. However, this can only be done in areas where the soil will not allow the water to drain away very easily through the ground.


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