Whether it's in the news or not, aquifer and fossil-aquifer depletion is an immediate concern across much of the United States. Southwestern cities like Santa Fe and Las Vegas are dangerously close to extinguishing their natural water supplies; areas of Houston are sinking; El Paso's aquifer system is taking on salinated water ... just to name a few.
Numerous regions of the United States are straining deep water resources past the point of replenishment.
Every year, the US grain belt becomes more vulnerable to long term drought. And, What would that mean? Americans seem to be using more water - not less, even as population grows and lifestyle standards increase. The time to use intelligent technology and solve these problems is now. Once "fossil aquifers" become empty (or polluted), they'll require thousands of years to recharge. It's not just our grandchildren who are in jeopardy... (Lester Brown, Earth-Policy.org)
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