Scientists warn of climate 'time bomb' for world's groundwater
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 Paris (AFP) Jan 21, 2019
Future generations face an environmental "time bomb" as the world's groundwater systems take decades to respond to the present day impact of climate change, scientists warned on Monday. Found underground in cracks in soil, sand and rock, groundwater is the largest useable source of freshwater on the planet and more than two billion people rely on it to drink or irrigate crops. It is sl
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