Groundwater

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Environment

Managing the hidden water beneath our feet

Decision-makers have significant discretion when it comes to regulating groundwater, but there is too little transparency about how it is used and its effect on the local environment

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Sciences & Technology

Earthquakes that talk to each other

Two earthquakes in Victoria seven years ago tell us a lot about how fault lines can ‘talk to each other’ to generate further seismic shocks

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Sciences & Technology

The limits of modelling: Knowing we don’t know

Modelling the impact of mine developments on groundwater is critical for protecting ecosystems and agriculture, but it can go astray if we don’t recognise that all models lack certainty

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