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Mexico City is draining even more water from the ancient lake bed on which the city sits, causing it to sink. Climate change, political inaction and poor infrastructure are intensifying the problem.
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Aquifer runs low, so farmers cut back on water use
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About half of the nation's drinking water comes from groundwater sources
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The Ogallala and other aquifers around the globe are also threatened by overuse.
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An aquifer is an underground layer of water-bearing rock. Water-bearing rocks are permeable, meaning they have openings that liquids and gases can pass through. Sedimentary rock such as sandstone, as... Read more
By The Sprout, Feb 21
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