Tue. Apr 23rd, 2019

The dammed water descends again and is 57.7% of its volume

The dammed water descends again and is 57.7% of its volume



The lack of rainfall has brought down again the level of the Spanish reservoirs, which in the last week store 32,407 cubic hectometres, which represents 57.7 percent of its total capacity.

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According to data from the Ministry for Ecological Transition (MITECO), in the last seven days the reserve decreased by 220 cubic hectometres, 0.4 percent of the total capacity of the marshes.

The precipitations have been more abundant in the Mediterranean slope, which accumulates 8,382 cubic hectometers, and more scarce in the Atlantic, with an accumulation of 24,025 cubic hectometres; the maximum has been produced in Melila with 46.6 liters per square meter.

The following table shows, by hydrographic basins, the total capacity in cubic hectometres, the current and the percentage of water stored:

Basin Capacity Current situation Reservoir water -------------------------------------------- --------------------

Cantábrico Ori. 73 61 83.6%

Cantábrico Occ. 518 416 80.3%

Miño Sil 3,030 1,977 65.2%

Galicia Costa 684 495 72.4%

Cc, Internal P.Vasco 21 19 90.5%

Duero 7,507 4,703 62.6%

Cut 11,012 5,756 52.1%

Guadiana 9.261 4.955 53.5%

Red Odiel 229 181 79.0%

Guadalete-Barbate 1,651 1,066 64.6%

Guadalquivir 8,118 4,396 54.2%

Mediterranean And. 1,174 773 65.8%

Secure 1,140 332 29.1%

Júcar 3,337 1,240 37.2%

Ebro 7.642 5.464 71.5%

CC Int. Catalonia 677 573 84.6%

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TOTAL 56,074 32,407 57.7%

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