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European groundwater threats analyzed with GIS


, : European groundwater threats analyzed with GIS. GIS Europe 1(3): 28-33

The importance of high quality drinking water is accepted in the EC. Since 75% of water used comes from groundwater supplies, a policy for groundwater protection is necessary along with an assessment of the actual and future threats to such supplies.

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