MSB and SGU has decided to air an inventory of Öland's water resources.
As a result of the glaring lack of groundwater on the island of Öland, the MSB and SGU now decided to take stock of the island's water supplies from the air.
This fall, a survey done by helicopter to see whether, and if so where, it is possible to make further withdrawals of groundwater.
Groundwater levels in southeastern Sweden is now a record low, perhaps most of Oland where, for example Mörbylånga forced to carry large amounts of fresh water trucked over Ölandsbron to solve the water supply.
The flight geological surveys cost 3.5 million crowns plus some own efforts SGU contribute.
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