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All Topics | Topic "how to know how much water passes through a point of a river"
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Ms. Mercy MOHAMED

Subject: how to know how much water passes through a point of a river   
Posted: 10/5/2016 Viewed: 8674 times
Dear all.

Kindly assist me, I am still learning about this Model, using this Model can one tell how much water is available for other uses apart from the already specified demands at a particular point of the river course?.

Kind regards,

Mercy
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: how to know how much water passes through a point of a river   
Posted: 10/6/2016 Viewed: 8641 times
Hi Mercy,

If you look at the streamflow volume (results: Supply and Resources/River/Streamflow) in different parts ("reaches") of the river, you will see how much water is available.


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