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Title: Shoring Underground Water Reserves
Authors: Rao, M. V. Subba
Issue Date: Aug-2010
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: With taps running dry and erratic rainfall patterns, the coming years will witness extreme water shortage. Shoring up underground water reserves could play an extremely important role in warding off extreme water scarcity in the near future. With water scarcity slowly becoming the order of the day, management of water resources has assumed gigantic proportions. This has become extremely important not only to meet the increasing water needs but also to reduce the flood hazard.
Page(s): 19-21
Source:SR Vol.47(08) [August 2010]

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