April 3, 2020 / Modified apr 3, 2020 7:43 a.m.

Episode 226: How groundwater can help global warming

Studies show groundwater adjusts to climate and stabilizes the soil which plants need to survive.

AZSCI 226 groundwater UA Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences Assistant Professor Laura Condon
Laura Condon

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How groundwater can help global warming

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Episode 226: University of Arizona environmental researcher Laura Condon

Studies show groundwater adjusts to climate and stabilizes the soil which plants need to survive. University of Arizona environmental researcher Laura Condon says some of the answers for meeting water demand during global warming might be found in shallow groundwater.

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