Human activity has greatly affected ground water levels over the last 200 years. Ground water has been an important aspect of human, plant and animal survival. However, human activity is quickly depleting ground water reserves through the digging wells. Water from wells is being used for industrialization, farming, settlement, and deforestation. This depletion of fresh water aquifers has led to the ocean water moving into the underground water reserves. This has greatly reduced the amount of fresh water available.
– Hypothesis/Predicted Outcome
Human activity has impacts on the sustainability of groundwater
The M.U.S.E. link was used for this experiment. Instructions