annual storage

annual storage

[′an·yə·wəl ′stȯr·ij]
(hydrology)
The capacity of a reservoir that can handle a watershed's annual runoff but cannot carry over any portion of the water for longer than the year.
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According to official statistics,Sudan owns huge animal wealth estimate about 120 million of Camels , Goats and cows , more than 27 million of poultry and annual storage of fishery wealth evaluate with more than 110 ton in salty and sweet water and water bodies , in addition to various wealth of wild animals.
The framework agreement is single-partnered and executed through the conclusion of subsequent contracts for the following services, depending on the individual or joint needs of the grouping members: - the design and construction of stands, - logistical management of on-site participation, - the support of the registration methods for trade shows, - the annual storage of reusable elements of the events.
According to a report by NBC, initial processing fees can run from roughly $500 to $2,500, with annual storage fees of $100 to $300 every year thereafter.
Even if these files were continuously stored in New Jersey for an extensive period, such as 20 years, the annual storage charge to the law firm would still be taxed at a rate based on where the property was originally picked up (NYC).
The global mean annual storage loss of reservoirs is about 1% and varies significantly between 0.
Shanghai Huaye presently has eight subsidiaries, which have 53 precision processing lines, with a total annual processing capacity of approximately 10m tons and a total annual storage capacity of approximately 15m tons.
London clinics charge about PS5,000 for a cycle of egg-harvesting treatment (though more cycles may be required), plus annual storage costs of PS250 per annum or more, and then PS5-6,000 for implantation by IVF.
Note that final monthly and annual storage levels, additions, and withdrawal data shown in Table 1 include both underground and liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage in the lower 48 states.
As per survey, annual storage of water has been decreased to 55000 acre per foot, while since construction of dam this capacity has been decreased to more than 3 million acre per foot.
Annual storage capacity information on planned crude oil storage terminals, petroleum products storage terminals and chemicals storage terminals between 2013 and 2017
Mashreq will have an annual storage capacity of 10 million metric tons per year and an annual bunkering capacity of two to three million tons with three berths that will accommodate tankers up to 120,000 DWT and four berths for bunkering barges.
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