Report: Farming and Urban Growth Polluting Aquifers
Farming and urban growth are disturbing the chemistry and physical makeup of the nation’s aquifers, according to a new report from the U.S Geological Survey.
Farming and urban growth are affecting the chemistry and physical makeup of the nation’s aquifers, according to a new report from the U.S Geological Survey. Greater concentrations of natural and manmade pollutants can persist for decades in the country's most important underground water sources, according to the report. (USGS)
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