Definitions for **"Acre-foot"**

A measurement of water equal to 325,900 gallons, or 1 acre of water 1 foot deep.

The volume of water represented by a depth of 1 ft over an area of 1 acre. The area of 1 acre is equal to 43 560 ft2, 1 acre-foot is equal to 43 560 ft3.

A volume of water equal to one acre of water which is one foot in depth.

a volume of water one foot deep and one acre in area, or 43,560 cubic feet.

In the U.S., the thickness of a pay zone is measured in feet, and the area of the reservoir is measured in acres. An acre-foot is a volume of reservoir rock that is one acre in area and one foot thick.

A measure of volume of water equal to an area of 1 acre covered with water 1 foot deep. (43,560 cubic feet)

The volume of water required to cover 1 acre of land to a depth of 1 foot. Equal to 1.2 megaliters (ML) or 1,233.5 cubic meters (m3).

Volumetric measurement of water used for quantifying reservoir storage capacity and historic consumptive use. This is the amount of water that will cover an acre of land at a depth of one foot, or 325,851 gallons of water.

_ A quantity or volume of water covering one acre to a depth of one foot (43,560 cubic feet).

the volume of water that would cover 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot; 43,560 cubic feet or 1233.5 cubic meters

a measure of volume used to measurelarge volumes of water, an acre-fo

an agricultural measurement, meaning the amount of water that would cover one acre to a depth of one foot

a volumetric measurement which means the amount of water required to cover one acre of ground one foot deep

A volume of water that covers one acre to a depth of one foot. Equivalent to 43,560 cubic feet or 325,829 US gallons. One acre-foot is equivalent to 1,233 cubic meters.

One acre-foot of water equals approximately 326,000 gallons of water.

A unit for measuring the volume of water. One acre-foot equals 325,851 gallons (the volume of water that will cover one acre to a depth of one foot). One million gallons equals 3.07 acre-feet.

An area of one acre covered with water to a depth of one foot. One acre - foot is 43,560 cubic feet of 324,851 gallons.

a volume of water equal to the amount that would cover 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot or 325,851 gallons. An acre-foot of water is enough for a family of five for 1 year.

This unit of measurement is used in the water industry to describe large quantities of water, such as the capacity of a reservoir. One acre-foot equals approximately 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover one acre of land (about the size of a football field) one foot deep in water. One acre-foot of water is enough to meet the needs of an average family for two years.

The amount of liquid necessary to cover an acre of ground to a depth of 1 foot. In terms of water, 1 acre-foot equals 325,851 gallons.

The amount of water required to cover an area of one acre to a depth of one foot. One acre-foot of water is equal to almost 326,000 gallons.

An acre-foot covers 1 acre of land 1 foot deep; 43,560 cubic feet; 325,851.4 gallons

The volume of water (325,851 gallons of water) required to cover one acre of land with 12 inches of water.

The volume of water needed to cover an acre of land to a depth of one foot; equivalent to 43,560 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons.

A volume of water that covers one acre to a depth of one foot. It is equivalent to 325,850 gallons or 43,560 cubic feet.

A volume of water that would cover an area of 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot; equal to 43,560 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons.

A layer of porous reservoir one foot in thickness covering an area of one acre.

The amount of water covering one acre to a depth of one foot (equivalent to 325,851 gallons).

The volume of water which would cover an area of one acre to a depth of one foot. It is equal to 43,500 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons.

the amount of water needed to cover one acre of land one foot deep; about 326,000 gallons

A common water industry unit of measurement. An acre-foot is 325,851 gallons, or the amount of water needed to cover one acre with water one foot deep. An acre-foot serves annual needs of two typical California families.

The quantity of water required to cover one acre to a depth of one foot, equal to approximately 325,900 gallons of water.

The volume of water that would cover one acre, one foot deep.

A unit for measuring the volume of water, is equal to the quantity of water required to cover 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot and is equal to 43,560 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons. The term is commonly used in measuring volumes of water used or stored.

A volume of water equal to one acre covered to a depth of one foot; often used to describe the volume of a reservoir. One acre foot equals 43,560 cubic feet, or 326,700 gallons.

the amount of water that will cover one acre of land to a depth of one foot.

The quantity of water that will cover an acre of land to a depth of one foot (i.e., 43,560 cubic feet or 325,900 gallons).

An acre of water one foot deep (approximately 326,000 gallons). The typical California family of five uses an acre-foot of water in and around the home each year.

A volume of water covering an acre of land to a depth of 1 foot, or 325,851 gallons.

The amount of water needed to cover one acre of surface area to the depth of one foot (12 inches).

The volume of water require to over one acre to a depth of one foot. 1 acre-foot= 43,560 cubic feet or 326,000 gallons.

a unit of volume often used in oil reservoir analysis, equivalent to the volume (as of oil or water) necessary to cover 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot.

a measurement of reservoir water storage. An acre-foot equals the amount of water it takes to cover an acre one-foot deep and contains 325,900 gallons.

the volume of water covering one acre when the water is one foot deep. One acre-foot of water is equal to 325,851 gallons.

The volume of water required to cover one acre of land to a depth of one foot (around 326,000 gallons).

The volume of water necessary to cover an acre of land to a depth of one foot. This is the conventional unit for measuring river flow, as well as urban and industrial water consumption.

the volume of water required to cover 1 acre of land (43,560 square feet) to a depth of 1 foot. Equal to 325,851 gallons or 1,233 cubic meters.

(AF)vA unit commonly used for measuring the volume of water; equal to the quantity of water required to cover one acre (43,560 square feet or 4,047 square meters) to a depth of 1 foot (0.30 meter) and equal to 43,560 cubic feet (1,234 cubic meters), or 325,851 gallons.

The amount of water required to cover one acre to a depth of one foot. An acre-foot equals 326,851 gallons, or 43,560 cubic feet.

The amount of water it takes to cover one acre to a depth of one foot, 43,560 cubic feet or 1,233.5 cubic meters

The volume of water it takes to cover one acre of land (a football field is about 1.3 acres) with one foot of water; 43,560 cubic feet or 325,850 gallons. One acre-foot is approximately the amount of water needed to supply a family of four with enough water for one year (assuming a use rate of 225 gpcd).

The volume would cover one acre to a depth of one foot; 43,560 cubic feet; 1,233.5 cubic meters; 325,872 gallons.

the amount of water that would cover one acre to a depth of one foot, equal to 43,560 cubic feet

The volume of water necessary to cover one acre to a depth of one foot. Equal to 43,560 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons, or 1,233 cubic meters.

The volume of water required to cover 1 acre of land to a depth of 1 foot; 325,850 gallons or 1233.5 cubic meters. One acre-foot supplies a family of four for about one year.

Related Topics: [ area] [ measurement] A volume 1 acre in extent to a depth of 1 foot = 43,560 cu.ft.

The volume of material needed to cover an acre of land one foot deep.

The volume of water necessary to cover an acre of land to a depth of one foot. It equals 43,560 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons.

An amount of water that covers one flat acre to a depth of one foot. Equal to about 326,700 gallons, or 43,560 cubic feet.

An acre of water one foot deep. This is equal to 325,851 gallons. The underground water in the Tar Creek mining area is estimated to be more than 2 billion gallons.

Volume of material required to cover an acre of land to a depth of one foot.

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