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Relieving Pressure: Optimizing Water Distribution Pressure Management at Valley of the Moon Water District

Segev Wasserkrug, Alexey Tsitkin, Alexander Zadorojniy
2014 Interfaces  
water processing and distribution costs are for electricity (University of Michigan, Ctr.  ...  Sustainable Systems) 10% less pressure ~ 10% less water loss through existing leaks 10% less pressure ~ 14% reduction in new leaks/bursts (Lambert, 2013) Water loss reduced = Less water distributed = Reduction  ...  situation © 2013 IBM Corporation Optimization for Water Distribution 9 Outline  Pressure management in water distribution networks and in Valley of the Moon Water District (VOMWD)  Optimization  ... 
doi:10.1287/inte.2014.0761 fatcat:fkso2qtwerd2lojy46lftlau5q

Traditional resources evaluation of district Shangla, Pakistan

Hassan Sher
2013 African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology  
Study on traditional resources evaluation was carried out during summer 2008 in various parts of district Shangla.  ...  A total of 9 medicinal plants were collected for commercial purposes and some handsome revenue was generated from their sale at local level.  ...  High mountains and narrow valleys dominate the topography of district Shangla. These mountains are the western extremities of the great Himalayan range.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajpp12.526 fatcat:j4ysy7wbgrbxhgqe22jvzok76e

Global review of human-induced earthquakes

Gillian R. Foulger, Miles P. Wilson, Jon G. Gluyas, Bruce R. Julian, Richard J. Davies
2018 Earth-Science Reviews  
Over periods of a few days, 258 m 3 of water were injected into an 1800-mdeep borehole at a pressure of ~4 MPa at the surface, entering the fault zone at 1480-1670 m depth.  ...  At Paradox Valley, brine is injected into a sub-horizontal layer of Mississippian-age limestone at the bottom of a 4800-m-deep well.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.07.008 fatcat:mplqy5fnp5gw5l2766ohih5ynm

Surface water hydrology [chapter]

2010 Modern Hydrology and Sustainable Water Development  
Arch Dams Arch dams are curved in plan so that they transmit part of the water pressure to the canyon walls of the valleys in which they are built.  ...  Optimization vs. Simulation Models A variety of water resources management and planning models can be formulated and solved as optimization models.  ...  (b) By adding a dosage of the admixture, the mixture has the same degree of workability at lower water content and hence strength is increased if cement content remains the same -improving strength or  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444323962.ch2 fatcat:a3nggzy7ivfxbmkgko3iixt5ve

Abstracts of Water Works Literature

Frank Hannan
1930 Journal - American Water Works Association  
During the height of the fire 73 lb. pressure was maintained at the pumping station and there was ample water in the reservoir.  ...  Dakota, is secured from wells located in valley of the Missouri river.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1551-8833.1930.tb20931.x fatcat:6rpnlrz5mbctfn7rijosc7zdge


2000 The Sciences  
Her current areas of research include hydropolitics and security, and the management and governance of transboundary water resources.  ...  She was awarded the Heiwa Nakajima Scholarship to study at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies in 2002 and received her MA from the Australian National University in 2004.  ...  Both Egypt and Sudan will most likely look to their copious underground water supplies to relieve some of the pressure of the situation.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2326-1951.2000.tb03476.x fatcat:7766waomazfmzjno4p3p5433qu

Biological Diversity: Current Status and Conservation Policies [chapter]

Vinod Kumar, Sunil Kumar, Nitin Kamboj, Temin Payum, Pankaj Kumar, Sonika Kumari
2021 Biological Diversity: Current Status and Conservation Policies  
The views published in the articles are those of authors and not of the editors or publisher.  ...  Mention of a trade name, propriety product, or specific equipment does not constitute a guarantee or warranty by the author(s) and editor(s) and does not imply approval of the named product to the exclusion  ...  Rosy Njawala from the Department of Natural Resources Management and Agroforestry Centre (NAFRAC), Shinyanga Region.  ... 
doi:10.26832/aesa-2021-bdcp fatcat:xpw5mkfytfceddh7tpauadkjsu

Evolution of Water Supply Through the Millennia

Andreas N Angelakis
2012 Water Intelligence Online  
Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the terms stated here should be sent to IWA Publishing at the address printed above.  ...  in writing of the publisher, or, in the case of photographic reproduction, in accordance with the terms of licenses issued by the Copyright Licensing Agency in the UK, or in accordance with the terms of  ...  Andrea Mangano of ACEA SpA of Rome for information and data on the current plant and management situation regarding the water supply in the city of Rome.  ... 
doi:10.2166/9781780401041 fatcat:rugcvi3davbfbpsad3x7xiebsu

Water productivity in agriculture: limits and opportunities for improvement

2004 ChoiceReviews  
The books will cover a range of vital topics in the area of water, agriculture, food security and ecosystems -the entire spectrum of developing and managing water in agriculture, from fully irrigated to  ...  the next 25 years. will be presented in a series of books that will form the Comprehensive Assessment of Water Management in Agriculture.  ...  ) and the Directorate of Economic and Marketing of the Provincial Agriculture Department for making available the required information.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.42-0937 fatcat:shxqh6sdizhafe4qkt2ee5vbq4

Exploration of the Solar System [chapter]

1995 Physics and Chemistry of the Solar System  
of my district?"  ...  At pressures less than 6.1 millibars (.09 pounds per square inch), only gaseous and solid phases of water can exist (as is true of carbon diox4de-?at Earth's atmospheric pressure).  ...  millibars; pressure at Earth's surface is about one bar, at Mars' surface less than 10 millibars, and at Venus' surface about 90 bars. unit of information equivalent to the result of a choice between  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-446740-8.50018-8 fatcat:jcgzwjiilrcyjcqhkpkg5a7t6a

Crucibles of Hazard: Mega-Cities and Disasters in Transition

Karen G. Taylor
2000 Journal of government information  
The United Nations University is an organ of the United Nations established by the General Assembly in 1972 to be an international community of scholars engaged in research, advanced training, and the  ...  dissemination of knowledge related to the pressing global problems of human survival, development, and welfare.  ...  This is exemplified by the contents of recent reviews of disaster management in the United States (National Academy of Public Administration, 1993) and Australia (Australia, Senate Standing Committee,  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1352-0237(00)00249-5 fatcat:nc2cewerjvdlnlprfdu62o7bi4

Challenges before Indian Agriculture. Agriculture, Food Security and Hunger

Devinder Sharma
2005 Journal für Entwicklungspolitik  
You could simply walk to the moon and come back.  ...  What has been shocking is that the spate of suicides shows no signs of ending even after short and long-term relief packages aimed at relieving farmer's misery were announced.  ...  This paper proves with descriptive examples that the so called Green Revolution not only wreaked havoc on the environment and water supply.  ... 
doi:10.20446/jep-2414-3197-21-3-85 fatcat:oyjs6nixp5au3eb4ladvphylzy

Sustainable Development for Society, Industrial Development, Material, Energy and Environment: Key Issues, Opportunities and Challenges [article]

Santosh P Mane, Dr. Praveen G. Saptarshi, Dr. B. M. Bhanje, Prof. Dr. S. D. Shinde, Dr. F. M. Nadaf, Dr. H. B. Tipe, Dr. Sandeep Rout, Dr. Muhammad Yasir, Dr. Babalola Ayodele Samuel, N. Dr. Kavitha G.
2022 Zenodo  
Elemental and isotopic composition of galactic cosmic rays, annual reviews of nuclear and particle science, 33, 323-381. [6]. Carl D. Anderson  ...  Chaisson Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank anonymous referees. References [1]. Longair M.S., (1992) [4].  ...  For all these is an urgent need to look at sustainable water management in irrigation. Importance of Water Management to Crop Production: Water is one of the most important inputs essential crops.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6774780 fatcat:v4i7hj42yncpliuihffgdwofby

Human Development Report 1994

1995 Studies in family planning  
It argues that the roots of the crisis in water can be traced to poverty, inequality and unequal power relationships, as well as flawed water management policies that exacerbate scarcity.  ...  Throughout history human progress has depended on access to clean water and on the ability of societies to harness the potential of water as a productive resource.  ...  could significantly alleviate the adjustment pressures now facing water management in agriculture.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2138054 fatcat:54geyv6a3rdcpgqbqifdb5ojey

Human development report, 2006: beyond scarcity: power, poverty and the global water crisis

2007 ChoiceReviews  
It argues that the roots of the crisis in water can be traced to poverty, inequality and unequal power relationships, as well as flawed water management policies that exacerbate scarcity.  ...  Throughout history human progress has depended on access to clean water and on the ability of societies to harness the potential of water as a productive resource.  ...  could significantly alleviate the adjustment pressures now facing water management in agriculture.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.44-6944 fatcat:qgu3zd3lqnds7b6tzanjyexdwi
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