PFAS chemicals are creeping through soil to groundwater

Levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, found in groundwater could be “just the tip of the iceberg” as  the chemicals don’t break down in the environment and are migrating down slowly through the soil, researchers say. Find out more...

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Wombats dig deep to find groundwater

Wombats on a New South Wales Hunter Valley farm are being hailed as heroes for burrowing down to an underground soak and supplying water to an array of native fauna hit hard by drought. “It’s almost like the wombats are water diviners,” a researcher...

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Researchers Discover Bubbling CO2 Hotspot in Philippines

Groundwater flow from land to sea could have important coastal impacts but it is usually unrecognized. An investigation into acidic submarine groundwaters and carbon dioxide emitted from a volcano in the Verde Island Passage, make these ‘Soda Springs’ an...

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