Plenty of water in Puerto Rico, but collection inefficient

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León
(José "Pipo" Reyes)

Puerto Rico collects just about a fifth of all the water available from run-off, underground aquifers, and reservoirs, which largely explains, why during a severe drought like the one the country is facing, many people are experiencing water shortages.


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