alexa Groundwater depletion linked to climate change

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Groundwater depletion linked to climate change

Over-pumping of groundwater for irrigation is mining dry the world's ancient Pleistocene-age, ice-sheet-fed aquifers and, ironically, at constant time increasing low-lying rise, that we've not factored into current estimations of the increase. "Groundwater pumping reduces the quantity of hold on water deep underground and redirects it to the a lot of active hydrologic system at the land-surface. There, it evaporates into the atmosphere, and ultimately falls as precipitation into the ocean.

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