Groundwater is an increasingly important water supply source globally. Understanding the amount of groundwater used versus the volume available is crucial to evaluate future water availability. We present
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Transport of E. coli in aquifer sediments of Bangladesh: Implications for widespread microbial contamination of groundwater
Fecal bacteria are frequently found at much greater distances than would be predicted by laboratory studies, indicating that improved models that incorporate more complexity might be needed to explain
Water used by irrigated crops is obtained from three sources: local precipitation contributing to soil moisture available for root water uptake (i.e., green water), irrigation water taken from rivers,
The 26 December 2004 tsunami caused widespread destruction and contamination of coastal aquifers across southern Asia.