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  • Neurobomber
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    In many places, groundwater and surface water are not independent supplies at all. Rather, they are interconnected parts of the same system...Yet California and Arizona — the two states water experts say are facing the most severe water crises — continue to count and regulate groundwater and surface water as if they were entirely separate...Leaders in California and Arizona acknowledge that their states have done this, at least in part to avoid the grim reckoning that emanates from doing the math accurately. There is even less water available than residents have been led to believe.

    That's...not good...

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