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Surface Water Streams draining the mountains and valleys to the west and north of the INEL (Fig. 2) are a source of irrigation water in agricultural areas adjacent to the INEL. Snowmelt and rainfall contribute to surface water, especially in the spring. The Big Lost River is an important source of groundwater recharge at the INEL. The Big Lost River flows southeastward in its valley past Arco, onto the Snake River Plain, and then turns northeastward through the INEL to its termination in threedoi:10.2172/10146305 fatcat:ylylwrgfrvem3bcwsxmu3rkdoq