Un nuevo modelo basado en el clima indica que los científicos podrían haber subestimado la importancia del agua subterránea para mantener los ríos y la vida vegetal.
A new estimate for global groundwater recharge by rainfall and snowmelt, which dictates the upper limit of sustainable groundwater use, doubles the previous estimates from global models.
Designated neural network modules are combined to mimic numerically-discretized diffusion-sorption equations, which allows learning “missing pieces” in system understanding and their uncertainties.
A new climate-based model indicates that scientists may be underestimating groundwater’s importance in sustaining streams and plant life.
As regions around the world face record-breaking droughts, researchers are using seismology to track groundwater levels and show that sustainable policies reduce strain on aquifers.
El USGS (servicio geológico de los EE.UU.) acaba de sacar un diagrama del ciclo del agua completamente renovado, con los humanos como protagonistas.
Tidal fluctuations in water well levels can reveal characteristics of the subsurface, and a new model based on coupled physics delineates the limitations of inherently simplistic analytical solutions.
The USGS just debuted a complete remaking of the water cycle diagram—with humans as headliners.
PFAS pose a public health risk, but there are major gaps in our knowledge of how these chemicals move through the ground.
New findings may help decisionmakers optimize shrimp farm layouts, which could help improve coastal water quality.