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Episode 275: Understanding the water beneath our feet

Groundwater is the largest un-frozen freshwater resource on the planet, but it is often overlooked and overused.

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Understanding the water beneath our feet

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University of Arizona water researcher Laura Condon

Groundwater is the largest un-frozen freshwater resource on the planet, but it is often overlooked, overused, or misunderstood. University of Arizona water researcher Laura Condon discusses groundwater and the role it is forecast to play in our future. She will deliver a talk on the subject for the UA College of Science virtual lecture series April 22.

Laura Condon spoke to Tim Swindle, director of the Lunar and Planetary Lab at the University of Arizona.

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