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Earth has enough groundwater to raise sea levels by 52 metres

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New Scientist: Earth holds enough water underground to flood the surface of the continents to a depth of 180 metres – or raise sea levels by 52 metres if it were spread over the entire globe. But only a small percentage of this is renewable on a human timescale.
The size of this smaller renewable reservoir – never known until now – may help governments manage water resources in the face of growing demand.
Society is increasingly relying on groundwater from wells and springs for drinking and, especially, for…
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