Supplies of available groundwater in the U.S. are declining, even in wetter-than-average areas, because of increasing demand that stresses recharge capabilities. Groundwater held in aquifers is declining on both coasts, either because of excessive pumping or inadequate amounts of rain or snow. (Bloomberg)

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