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Groundwater

Climate-induced pumping

Nature Geoscience volume 10, page 71 (2017) | Download Citation

Groundwater resources are directly affected by climate variability via precipitation, evapotranspiration and recharge. Analyses of US and India trends reveal that climate-induced pumping indirectly influences groundwater depletion as well.

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