water budget

water budget

[′wȯd·ər ‚bəj·ət]
(hydrology)
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The legislation's water budget would have caused similar dramatic flow reductions in previous drought years.
In a water budget, the aACAyincome' is the amount of usable water that flows into the country through precipitation, or is produced through desalination and wastewater treatment.
The principle behind the water budget is to achieve balance between needs and available water resources in a sustainable way, where we define a fixed volume of water that we can supply sustainably in the long term and we live within it," explained Al Mahmoud.
Recent surveys show three-quarters of a Lebanese household's water budget is directed to private suppliers.
Summary: The Jordan Water Company (Miyahuna) on Tuesday announced its water budget for this year, 54 per cent of which was allocated for summer, according to an official statement.
Al-Bilad also highlighted this year's water budget to overcome the water challenges foreseen.
Plus, a small portion of its electricity revenue trickles into the water budget - although electric customers aren't willing to provide more money for badly needed water infrastructure projects, including an off-channel reservoir downstream of Austin that many hope will store water for rice farmers in the future.
He said there is a need for identifying the cycle of climate change, variations in glaciers' water budget, variations in water supply and demand and impact on agro-livestock.
If this tendency persists, the water budget will change (Table 1) and the water level of the lake will decrease by about 10 cm in future.
While Paxton is just one of 40,000 water customers for the city, it provides nearly 2 percent of the city's water budget needs, Mr.
Each reach has its own local catchment area, which provides the potential linkage to spatially distributed water budget models.
The site then calculates a month-by-month water budget.