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Groundwater under the sea floor off the coast of Prince Edward Island could solve a host of problems for the Island, but there are a lot of questions that need to be answered first.

The research vessel Maria S.?Merian is currently off the North Shore of PThe vaccine clinic held Thursday at Save Max Sports Centre in Brampton..EThe Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 20, 1973AP.I., using various techniques to search for groundwater below the bottom of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

“P.E.I. is 100 per cent reliant on groundwater and it’s a finite resourceThe state of vaccinations i, and we are very cautious with how we use it, as we should be,” said Josh MacFadyen, the Canada Research Chair in Geospatial?Humanities at the University of Prince Edward Island.

P.E.I. is the first location being explored for the project, which is run?by the Ocean Frontier?Institute,?a Canadian-funded research group led by universities in Atlantic Canada, with?partners in North America and Europe.?As such, what researchers learn off the shore of P.E.I. could have important implications for islands that rely on groundwater all around the world.

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