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U.S. and Mexico Cooperating on Aquifer Study

Researchers from the U.S. and Mexico have begun studying the aquifers, known as "transboundary aquifers," that straddle the two countries to gain a unified picture of the underlying groundwater systems.

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Researchers from the U.S. and Mexico have begun studying the aquifers, known as "transboundary aquifers," that straddle the two countries in order to gain a unified picture of the underlying groundwater systems and initiate planning for the future. A final report on the San Pedro Aquifer, which lies on the border of Arizona and Mexico's state of Sonora, has been issued with a report on the Santa Cruz Aquifer to be published early next year. (Circle of Blue)

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