The Ocean

Scientists have discovered a sea of fresh water under the ocean

The new discovery could become an important resource in many parts of the world. Image: REUTERS/Rafael Marchante

Michael J. Coren

Reporter, Quartz

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The estimated extent of undersea fresh-water reservoirs. Image: GUSTAFSON ET. AL / NATURE
Conceptual illustration of aquifers extending off the US Atlantic coast. Image: GUSTAFSON ET. AL / NATURE

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