AquaterreX Finding Groundwater

Finding Groundwater Where Others Say “There Is None”

The current drought crisis is afflicting large portions of the planet, from the Western United States and Southern Europe to North Africa and the Middle East – making finding groundwater painful. In many of these locations experts have said, “No groundwater exists here” or the water table has dropped so low that it is impracticable to draw more. But the fact is, not only are there huge amounts of untapped fresh water, but it can be precisely located.

If you’ve read some of our previous blogs and papers, you are aware that there are vast amounts of new groundwater sources being discovered and found regularly New Sources of Water Will Solve The Water Crisis

The good news is that these sources of water, no matter how deep they are, can be located and reached economically without having to drill wells thousands of feet or meters deep. And, well locations can be pinpointed with 90% accuracy, now approaching 100%.

Water Exploration Technology Has Advanced

AquaterreX is a company leading the advancement of locating sources of fresh water, including Deep Seated Water, which is groundwater typically sourced from deep aquifers that are located lower than shallow aquifers. Such deep aquifers are supplied not only from local catchment basins but also by subsurface inflows across basin boundaries. Deep Seated Water also encompasses water created at the mantle level of the Earth under extreme heat and pressure.

Multicomponent geospatial analysis, satellite imagery, geologic and hydrologic examination are used along with on-the-ground instrumentation and a variety of other data sources to locate the depth, estimated amount and flow rate of freshwater sources. This is a stark contrast from the large percentage of groundwater locators who still use “water witching” or “dowsing” to try to find water. That’s why the reported success rate of finding water that way is in the range of 40% whereas AquaterreX is now approaching 100%. This practically eliminates the possibility of drilling an expensive “dry hole”.

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The Scientific Approach to Finding Groundwater

AquaterreX has recently introduced a free Guide to finding groundwater for agriculture. It explains the four steps involved in locating and then drilling for fresh groundwater. It can be found here.

The bottom line is that we must use all of the resources at our disposal to mitigate the global water crisis. It is affecting literally billions of people. By locating new sources of water, we can help solve this problem without overdrawing the existing sources.

Deep Seated Water – The Missing Piece

Deep Seated Water is the Missing Piece that can solve the water crisis puzzle – contamination, drought, scarcity. Many water strategies focus on conservation, rather than additional supply. Other solutions such as desalination and wastewater treatment are potential answers for some, but they also come with trade-offs such as high cost, high energy usage, long planning periods and toxic waste. Deep Seated Water is located almost everywhere on the planet, and it can be added to the mix of solutions as a supplemental freshwater source that is not subject to contamination, is fast and easy to implement and is economical and scalable. And, tapping Deep Seated Water allows both surface water and shallow aquifer sources to recharge, making the total system more environmentally sustainable.

Missing Piece Freshwater Sources

Deep Seated Water – The Missing Piece

About AquaterreX

AquaterreX ( is a global environmental services organization with a mission to broadly implement effective water and food security solutions. The name AquaterreX comes from the Latin, aqua (water) and French, terre (earth, land) which is a derivative of the Latin, terra, and “X” for exploration. Thus, AquaterreX encompasses water and land solutions for the planet.

The company possesses proprietary technology to locate Deep Seated Water, which is fresh water situated below the shallow groundwater that supplies the majority of fresh water on the planet. This vast new source of water can help solve the water crisis facing billions of people.