Man-made lakes to store water at the summit levels of canals.
water that's collected and stored in natural or manmade lakes.
large deposits of natural gas.
Natural or artificial ponds or lakes used for the storage of water.
artificial lakes, usually formed by building a dam on a stream or river.
A natural or artificial pond or lake used for the storage and regulation of water.
Water is transferred from treatment plants either by gravity or pumping stations to the storage water reservoirs. These reservoirs are human-made water storage areas, usually on high land. From these storage facilities the water flows through a system of mains and smaller pipes to homes, shops, factories, schools and public places.
A pond or lake where water is collected and stored until it is needed.