Where do people use fossil water as their drinking water?



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    “Fossil water” refers to aquifers sealed for tens of thousands of years or more in the Earth, non-renewable since it is not fed by underground springs. Libya is working on The Great Man-Made River Project to harness fossil water under the Sahara for drinking water. The second link below shows a map of aquifers in the united states, including one that stretches through the Midwest and is an important source of water for the nation’s crop production.

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