Water in the Balance

@article{Famiglietti2013WaterIT,
  title={Water in the Balance},
  author={J. Famiglietti and M. Rodell},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={340},
  pages={1300 - 1301}
}
Satellite data may enable improved management of regional groundwater reserves. Earth's climate is changing, and so is its hydrologic cycle. Recent decades have witnessed rising rates of global precipitation, evaporation, and freshwater discharge (1). Extreme flooding is occurring with greater intensity and frequency in some regions; in others, extreme drought is becoming more common (2). Most climate models indicate that by the end of this century, the dry regions of the world will become… Expand
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