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Swackhamer Featured in Science: Go With The Flow

Population surges, melting glaciers, aging infrastructures, rainfall changes, pollution, and waterfront overdevelopment are just a few causes of water shortage. Deborah Swackhamer, co-director of the University of Minnesota Water Resources Center, sees "a top-down and bottom-up groundswell of concern. With use growing faster than supply, people everywhere are starting to appreciate the scope of the water problem."

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