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Groundwater Maps From Space Aid Drought Predictions

News   Apr 02, 2020 | Original story from NASA

 
Groundwater Maps From Space Aid Drought Predictions

Weekly maps of dry conditions in red and wet conditions in blue relative to the historic record are now available for the globe at three depths: surface soil moisture, root zone soil moisture, and groundwater, the latter shown in this global view. Credit: NASA / Scientific Visualization Studio

 
 
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