Drink up: N.H. isn't running out of water after all

February 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;2/11/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p32
The article discusses the abundance of water wells in New Hampshire. It stresses the report "Preliminary Assessment of Trends in Static Water Levels in Bedrock Wells in New Hampshire, 1984 to 2007," co-authored by Brandon Kernen of the state Department of Environmental Studies, which analyzed the condition of water wells into bedrock at homes and businesses. It notes that the data indicates that there was no changes in the groundwater levels.


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