Resolved Mystery of Groundwater Basics through Biotechnology: A Gateway for the Management of Global Hydrological Extremes and Related Climate Change
Groundwater is vital to many nations. Worldwide some 2 billion people, innumerable farmers and many industrial premises depend on it for their water supply. Facing global environmental change including climate change, it is essential to assess the impact of all those on groundwater recharge and resources. Quantifying impacts
of climate change on groundwater is difficult and is subject to uncertainties in future climate projections. Current understanding of climate change impacts is poor. Hence, the pre-proposed Second water cycle with its conceptual scientific basics using the Pit Test, Tub Test, Brick Test and Field test were compared with the two different pre-applied ancient technologies used by two different persons in India in two different places. The reported results directly support the pre-proposed concept of Basic Groundwater Hydrology and its underground physical process which stays invisible to our eyes thus acting as the solid proof for the large scale application and the pre-proposed concept. Accordingly, in this article, all the basic technical details related to groundwater is compiled and addressed more clearly and specifically. The relationship between the groundwater and climate change is elaborated with the man made mistakes to both the water cycles and the rectification method is listed out with the call for Groundwater Revolution to make the future better for the next generation. With this elaborated rectification method we can make a permanent solution to mitigate both the Hydrological Extremes – Flood and Drought and bring the water issues under control. The Policy makers can consider the importance of the Groundwater whichever is mentioned in this article and rework on the sustainable water resources development and management strategies without neglecting them. Because this article will be the supporting material on the basics of Groundwater as the blueprint for action.