Difference between revisions of "Increased storage capacity"

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|Description=Increasing storage capacity assumes that the total water volume stored in large reservoirs will increase. This can either be established by an increase of the capacity of existing reservoirs, or by  building new reservoirs.  
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|Description=Increasing storage capacity assumes that the total water volume stored in large reservoirs will increase. This can either be established by an increase of the capacity of existing reservoirs, or by  building new reservoirs.
 
|Reference=Biemans et al., 2013
 
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|WaterThemeItem=Flood risk (Water); Irrigation (Water)
 
|WaterThemeItem=Flood risk (Water); Irrigation (Water)
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Revision as of 11:55, 31 March 2014

Description: Increasing storage capacity assumes that the total water volume stored in large reservoirs will increase. This can either be established by an increase of the capacity of existing reservoirs, or by building new reservoirs.
Reference: Biemans et al., 2013
Is implemented in: Hydrological cycle
Associated theme items: Flood risk (Water)Irrigation (Water)


Effects of this policy intervention on components

Component: Hydrological cycle
Effect :