According to a new study study, the US land distribution distribution, including the HydroLoric University in Arizona, is smaller than the preliminary consideration.
The subject provides important insights into the depth of underground paddy fields in various major semi-carriages in the US.
Scientists at University of California, Saskatchewan University, University of California, published research on November 14th. Environmental Research Letters.
"We understand that drinking water sources in the US are not going as deep as previously reported, less than the groundwater levels of human and agricultural needs", said Jennifer McKincenth, the expert at the University of Arizona, and atmospheric science and professor.
No more deep well water can be cleaned in the long run for compensation to increase demand for ground water.
"Oil and gas industry wastes a deep water in the surrounding areas that show that there is a possibility of sewage of water, or deep in this energy," Mackenzoy said. "This drinking source is fueling oil and gas operations & # 39; s downturn.
"Groundwater is the main source of water supply for half the people in America, and 40 percent of all water used in the United States is underground," Maríntosh said. "Groundwater is roughly half the water in the Tucson town of Arizona."
In Arizona and other parts of the United States, many rural areas will depend only on groundwater for agriculture and domestic use.
According to the US Geological Survey, the US Geological Survey says that the US Geological Survey When analyzing water satrap data from the Geological Survey,
Printer Investigator Grand Ferguson of the University of Global Water Futures University said.
Western US, also known as the Basin and Range Province, The new underground water in the area lasts about 3,400 feet. The province includes Nevada, South Arizona and New Mexico, and extends to parts of California, Utah, Oregon and Idaho.
New research is 1,800 feet from new and freshwater ground in the US. Contrary to previous studies, the new groundwater stands up to 6,500 feet.
Particularly in the eastern US. In parts, a new storage vessel between fresh and vegetable has been found to be less than 1,000 feet. In such areas the demand for more fresh water is not a long-term solution, but a deep well can not digest.
Ferguson said, "There are many cases where groundwater can go up a kilometer or more, but other areas of the US are salty to 200 to 300 m saltwater," said Ferguson, an associate professor at Saskatchewan University in Saskatoon, Canada.
Additionally, vaccination of water, chemicals or sand that hydrange cracks, or "fracking," or sewage water, absorb water containing hydrocarbons in nearby areas where drinking water is absorbed.
Sahra writer Debara Peron said the ecological support of ecological learners at the University of California, Santa Barbara. "In some containers, garbage is better than water from a fresh pit.
The amount of water required for groundwater protection and oil and gas operations is to protect the underground waters if the need for further research is needed.
The amount of groundwater available worldwide is less than previously predicted by the US. It is estimated that five billion people live in low-lying areas, most of them dependent on groundwater, and some have taken more water from an underground waterway than in some cases.