Kansans have taken it as a matter of faith that their state will always have enough water for its people and its crops. But data gathered by the Kansas Geological Survey is showing that the supply does have limits:
That's Jim Butler with the KGS. He says the survey's new online resource illustrates how some parts of the state are more aggressively tapping the aquifers.
An interactive atlas and maps of the High Plains Aquifer system are available online at kgs.ku.edu.