A priceless treasure hidden on the coast of the U.S. – which can be a boon with the rise in world population.
Scientists investigating the shores of New Jersey have invented a spectacular – enough fresh water to fill one billion swimming pools buried under the sea.
It is considered the most known undersea freshwater volcano on Earth.
A study published by Nature has found that at least 2,800 cubic kilometers of large water in fresh water is mostly fresh water.
The team believes that ground water in continental shelves is a global phenomenon.
Increasing population growth can have a worldwide impact.
The UN estimates that by 2050, 9.7 billion people will live on Earth.
Countries including India are already suffering a lot – Chennai is already dry already.
By 2020, at least 21 cities in India are expected to emerge from ground water, in which 100 million people will be affected.
Researchers at Columbia University and Woods Hall of the Associated Institute investigated the marine floor surveys on the northeast coast of the U.S.
Researchers measured electromagnetic waves to map water, which remained invisible to other technologies.
"We know that there was fresh water in different places, but we do not know the extent or geometry," said Cla Gustafasan, a PhD candidate at the University of Columbia's Lemont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
"It can be an important tool in other parts of the world."
It is believed that the water of the water is from the snow which dissolved in the last glacial period from 15,000 to 20,000 years ago.
She was then trapped in the rock
It is possible to eat as soon as possible through the run-off.
Hydroelectric US Atlantic At least 350 kilometers of the ocean