Today we are going to talk about the Groundwater levels which threaten to fall in Germany due to the effect of climate change!
Climate change directly affects groundwater resources. Groundwater in Germany threatens to fall in the next upcoming decades. This is the result of a study made by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and many more German recourses companies. This was published in Nature Communications.
The experts from these German companies used AI models to determine how climate change would affect groundwater resources in Germany in the 21st centenary. They also found data that said that the temperature would rise by 2 degrees by 2100. They applied deep learning methods to find the rise of temperature due to climate change.
According to the experts, all three climate scenarios studied lead to more or less stronger developments with droughts, falling groundwater levels, and a changed water availability meaning that the research which was done bought stronger data about droughts, groundwater levels, etc. KIT found a trend toward falling groundwater levels at most locations in Germany! So in conclusion, with the data, they have found the rise in temperature because of global warming and the effect of falling groundwater in Germany.
Author: Sri Nihal Tammana
PC: Markus Breig, KIT