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Importance of Groundwater Discharge to Ocean Chemistry Highlighted

News   Jan 11, 2021 | Original story from the University of California - Santa Cruz

 
Importance of Groundwater Discharge to Ocean Chemistry Highlighted

Coastal groundwater discharge can sometimes be seen at low tide as rivulets flowing into the ocean, as on this beach on Oahu. A global assessment found groundwater discharge plays a more significant role in ocean chemistry than had been thought. Credit: Jenny Bernier.

 
 
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