Groundwater monitoring at a well.
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Utilities typically turn to groundwater to make up for surface water depleted by drought. University of Arizona hydrology professor Laura Condon is using computer models to predict what climate change will do to the availability of groundwater. She is exploring a series of "what if" scenarios on how to respond to water shortages.
Laura Condon spoke to Leslie Tolbert, Ph.D Professor Emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.
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