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US study shows groundwater could be undrinkable on Pacific atolls before 2035. Audio
A former Marlborough deer farmer lost a fortune fighting the Government over allegations his groundwater was poisoned by activities on the nearby Woodbourne air force base. Video, Audio
Some of our purest water relies on a delicate balance of life - bacteria, crustaceans and invertebrates - that filter and feed on water-borne pollutants. Audio, Gallery
Farmers in Canterbury are being invited to join a three-year research project on groundwater quality.
Director of Groundwater Science at the British Geological Survey, Dr Rob Ward is in charge of a range of research which will monitor what is a new activity in the United Kingdom, the hydraulic… Audio