Jordan to drill 'fossil water' wells a half-mile underground

NBC News
January 02, 2019
By NBC News
Amman, Jordan – Seven new wells are scheduled to be built in arid Amman, Jordan, to tap the Disi, a deep aquifer that contains so-called fossil water that accumulated thousands of years ago. It's the last source of fresh ground water for the country, experts say. NBC News reports. | READ MORE

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