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When the Well Runs Dry but Livelihood Continues: Adaptive Responses to Groundwater Depletion and Strategies for Mitigating the Associated Impacts

Marcus Moench

Institute for Social and Environmental Transition (ISET), 948 North Street, Suite 7, Boulder, CO 80304, USA

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