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Timely study on rising groundwater offers hope for drought-stricken East Africa

New research indicates better groundwater supply management could hold the key to help combat the impact of climate change in East Africa, where countries are currently facing the worst drought and food insecurity in a generation. Findings showed the total rainfall within the main rainy season, called the ‘long rains’, is declining across the Horn of Africa Drylands but rising in the other rainy season, known as the ‘short rains’.

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https://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2022/october/rising-groundwater-media-release.html

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