A group of researchers has found that there are definite and viable sources of freshwater under our oceans. Adrian Werner of Flinders University has been leading a team studying groundwater, and offshore aquifers, and their findings suggest there is freshwater. Mitchell Fuller speaks with Werner about the team’s findings and what the future is for the world’s water supply.

Adrian Werner is a Professor of Hydrogeology at Flinders University. He is an expert in hydrology and groundwater.



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