Groundwater – out of sight, out of mind? Download the new guide!

A large part of the world’s population relies on groundwater for its water supply. With the growing demand for freshwater, the challenges associated with it increase as well. These include the need for more effective monitoring for issues such as groundwater recharge, water supply, drought, pollution, and climate change…

Two billion people worldwide rely on groundwater for their water supply, irrigation for agriculture, and more. But a growing global population combined with climate change, pollution, and insufficient groundwater recharge can lead to detrimental effects like droughts, which create costs estimated at the US $ 80 billion per year.

It has become clear that good, reliable monitoring data is essential to understand which solutions work for effective groundwater resource management.

Learn how you can leverage data to preserve one of the earth’s most precious resources with our new guide, compiled of key observations and recommendations from water resource professionals around the globe.

The related guide addresses, inter alia, the following issues:

  • Groundwater supply in Germany and the USA
  • Factors having a negative impact on the groundwater table
  • Efficient groundwater monitoring

 

 

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