California is deploying cutting-edge technology that can ‘see’ underground water. A giant electrified ring suspended from a helicopter will make a never-before-seen picture of a world beneath our feet. Wells in the Valley are running dry. Drilling deeper is more expensive and sometimes still fails to find water. When it does, water quality is often worse, containing minerals like arsenic.
- Salt Lake Tribune: As water supplies dwindle, Wash Co. seeks to pump aquifer
- Circle of Blue: What’s Up With Water — April 26, 2022
- University of Utah: How to assess a community’s resilience