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Pre-Inca technology could be used to tackle Peru's water shortages, study finds
by Rozina Sabur
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25 June 2019
On 25 June 2019 The Telegraph reported:
Pre-Inca technology could be used to boost Peru's dwindling water supplies, a study by Imperial College London has found. Peru's coastal region, which includes the capital Lima, has one of the world's least stable water resource systems, with the area overwhelmed by rain water in the wet season and in short supply during the dry season.
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However, researchers from Imperial College and South America's Regional Initiative for Hydrological Monitoring of Andean Ecosystem have revealed that the country's ancient water systems could provide a solution. ... The system, which dates back more than 1,400 years, works by siphoning off water into mountainside canals and ponds during the wet season to conserve it for the dry season.
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