water depletion


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wa·ter de·ple·tion

reduction in the total volume of body water; dehydration.
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Titled "Hold that drop", the campaign aims to make people aware of the rising water depletion issues and help make an impact by reducing the water consumption of each household in Abu Dhabi, the principal said.
The school's 'Hold That Drop' campaign seeks to create awareness among people about the issue of water depletion and how they can make an impact by reducing consumption in each household.
Speaking of the gravity of the water situation, the AJK president said that the Indian violations were hurting Pakistan in terms of water quality, water depletion, food security and climate change, and the scale of this damage could be envisaged through the fact that per capita water in the country had dropped from 2,172cm to 1,306cm between 1990 and 2015, an estimate that is authenticated by international bodies such as World Resource Institute and UNDP.
Speaking of the gravity of the water situation, the AJK president said that the Indian violations were hurting Pakistan in terms of water quality, water depletion, food security and climate change, and the scale of this damage could be envisaged through the fact that per capita water in the country had dropped from 2172cm to 1306cm between 1990 and 2015, an estimate that is authenticated by international bodies such as World Resource Institute and UNDP.
In response to a question about the country's water depletion, the chief minister said that water shortage has badly affected ecology of Indus Delta however, the construction of dams was not a feasible idea since our river systems do not have enough water either.
He said the objectives of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is to take advantage of the modern methods of irrigation, especially reducing water depletion and working on the establishment of a company or a body for agricultural marketing.
This is one of major causes of water depletion and causes electricity burden as well, they underlined.
A 1998 study by tourism scholar William Trousdale (Not to be confused with an American politician who died in 1872.-Ed.) already indicates that even at that level of visitors' number in those years, the island has already been loaded with garbage pollution, e-coli contamination, and water depletion. Almost 10 years ago, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources called for a 'tourism limit.'
Despite the bleak conditions in Cape Town, hope can be found in places like Australia and Israel, both of which recovered from prolonged drought and water depletion by recycling of wastewater and community conservation efforts.
Additionally, SMART will help improve the sustainability of agricultural production by strengthening the management of irrigation water, and help tackle ground water depletion. 'Key reforms supported by the project include the transition towards high value agriculture, which will substantially raise farm incomes and employment in Punjab,' said Hans Jansen, Senior Agriculture Economist at the World Bank.
According to Governor of Baluchistan Muhammad Khan Achakzai that water depletion may pose grave consequences on corridor development.
Owing to this delay, conditions of water depletion (vomiting or inadequate intake) often lead to dehydration.