Overallocation of surface water for growing food crops is shifting agriculture and other industry to use groundwater – which is much more difficult to measure and monitor. Using local producer knowledge as ‘soft data’ to estimate groundwater use in modelling is a helpful tool in mapping sustainable use of scarce resources, Flinders University experts say.
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