Philippine Hydrology.pdf - Role of hydrology in water resources planning and management in the Philippines Water Resources Aquifers Ground water

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Role of hydrology in water resources, planning, and management in the Philippines
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Aquifers Ground water Reservoirs / Dams Rivers Lakes Water Resources Ground water resources Surface water resources
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Aquifer
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Ground water
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Reservoir / Dam
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River
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Lake
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Ground water resources are continuously recharged by rain and seepage from rivers and lakes Surface water resources are recharged by rain and runoffs Rainfall in the Philippines ranges from 1000 4000 mm per year Overall freshwater resource of the Philippines is at 145,900 million cubic centimetre per year for surface water and 20,000 million cubic centimetre per year for ground water How does the water resource get replenished?
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Can water recycling be a part of the water resources of the Philippines?
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“There will be no water resources if there is no water cycle”
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Agriculture Sector (85.27%), Industrial Sector (7.46%), Domestic Users (7.27%) 1 out of 5 Filipinos does not get water from formal sources
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