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South-to-North Water Diversion stabilizing Beijing’s groundwater levels

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South-to-North Water Diversion stabilizing Beijing’s groundwater levels

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South-to-North Water Diversion stabilizing Beijing’s groundwater levels

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South-to-North Water Diversion stabilizing Beijing’s groundwater levels

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South-to-North Water Diversion stabilizing Beijing’s groundwater levels

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London: Nature Publishing Group

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Nature communications, 2020, Vol.11 (1), p.3665-3665

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Groundwater (GW) overexploitation is a critical issue in North China with large GW level declines resulting in urban water scarcity, unsustainable agricultural production, and adverse ecological impacts. One approach to addressing GW depletion was to transport water from the humid south. However, impacts of water diversion on GW remaine...

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South-to-North Water Diversion stabilizing Beijing’s groundwater levels

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2041-1723

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2041-1723

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10.1038/s41467-020-17428-6

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