Muck excavation is based on the type of material being excavated, which a combination of water and soil.
Specifically, muck includes water and/or soil that is somehow undesirable, perhaps due to contamination of some sort, or maybe just because of the water content, which makes an area impassable.
Excavation can be used to remove muck to another area, or to spread it out so that soil can dry.
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