Groundwater aquifers are being sucked dry amidst a two year-long drought as Indian farmers drill and pump more groundwater in bids to make up for shortfalls in precipitation resulting from the delayed onset of weaker summer monsoon rains.
Claims of a substantial gap between model projections and observed temperatures are not true (2017 update edition).
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