Conclusions of the World Water Development Report on groundwater presented in the Republic of Korea
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Climate change directly impacts the natural recharge of groundwater which is replenished by precipitation directly and via leakage from surface waters
The ecology of many wetlands lakes rivers and other surface water bodies is dependent on the complex interactions between groundwater and surface water
Most settlements located in favourable hydrogeological settings benefit of the groundwater potential for their water supply and significantly increase water supply security during extended drought
Groundwater is a key resource for many industries and contributes to employment and economic growth Various industrial processes make use of groundwater resources where surface water is limited in quantity but also where quality is important