Impacts of Global Climate Change upon a Regional Aquifer System in the Northeastern United Statesby Paul H. Kirshen,
Abstract: (No paper) The Charles River Basin is a major water resource in eastern Massachusetts. It used for a variety of purposes including water supply, industrial cooling, waste disposal, flood control, wetland preservation, and recreation. The upper parts of the basin are rural/suburban in land use while the lower part is urban, being dominated by the cities of Boston and Cambridge.
Subject Headings: Climate change | Aquifers | Water resources | Basins | Water-based recreation | Water conservation | Water supply | Cooling (wastewater treatment) | Industrial wastes | Rivers and streams | North America | United States | Massachusetts | Boston
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