Scientists Map Vast Reserves Freshwater Under The Seabed

National Public Radio: Scientists think there are vast reserves of fresh groundwater buried under the oceans - a potentially valuable resource for coastal cities that need freshwater. A recent report in Nature estimates the amount of fresh groundwater around the world at about 120,000 cubic miles - that's 100 times more than all the groundwater that has been pumped up from wells since the 1900s. The reserves are scattered across coastal regions around the world. Researchers drilled down at various spots and used......

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