Drought in Yucatán will cause water pollution

Drought in Yucatán will cause water pollution Paul Antoine Matos. The Mayan Journey, Merida, Yucatan, Tuesday, May 15, 2017. Due to factors such as climate change and deforestation, drought seasons in recent years have seen high temperatures in Mexico, if drought continues to be damaged…

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Costa Rica launches groundwater plan in July.

Costa Rica launches groundwater plan in July. Juan Fernando Lara S., Periódico La Nación, 10/5/2017, Costa Rica. Using high resolution maps and images to locate aquifers and recharge zones, Costa Rica begins to assess the status and potential of its groundwater to ensure the future’s…

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Alertness on global depletion of groundwater reserves.

Juan G. R. Alertness on global depletion of groundwater reserves. Water and Irrigation. Vol .: 6, No. 1: 17-18, July, 2015, Spain.  The depletion of water reserves in the world, not about a point problem, but widespread that already includes major aquifers in the world…

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One-Third Of The World’s Largest Groundwater Sources Are In Serious Trouble

One – third of the World´s largest Ground water Sources are in serious  trouble: study. The Huffington Post Hilary Hanson  Posted: 06/17/2015, USA The earth’s biggest groundwater basins are being depleted far more quickly than previously believed, it was examined the 37 largest aquifers on…

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Well system inspect as consequence agricultural emergency in Chile

Well system  inspect as consequence agricultural emergency in Chile January 29, 2013, Chile. The 23 wells built by the Department of Hydraulic Works MOP of Chile, are part of the  Integral project of Water Infrastructure for Aconcagua, which generate a large supply of water deficit…

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The groundwater resources of the world are suffering the effects of poor governance, experts say

The groundwater resources of the world are suffering the effects of poor governance, experts say       By: UNESCO   May 31 2012 In the world 2.5 million people rely exclusively on groundwater resources to meet their daily water needs and hundreds of millions of farmers…

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The management of the Guarani Aquifer System: an example of cooperation.

International Conference. The management of the Guarani Aquifer System: an example of cooperation. Cidade Universitaria  USP, São Paulo, 21-23 September 2011.  “The São Paulo Declaration on the Management of the Guarani Aquifer System” The Group of Experts including practitioners, academics and policy makers from different…

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UN General Assembly adopts resolution on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers

UN General Assembly adopts resolution on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers.                             2008. The 63rd session of the UN General Assembly adopted Resolution A/RES/63/124 on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers by consensus on Thursday, December 11 and expressed…

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Promotion of knowledge about the Nubian aquifer.

P. Aggarwal, Boussaha A. Promotion of knowledge about the Nubian aquifer.                    1 September 2005. The Nubian aquifer, shared by Chad, Egypt, Libya and Sudan, is important as a source of drinking water and irrigation. The ancient waters of the Nubian aquifer extends approximately two million…

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