Weather Fundamentals


What is an acre-foot

One acre-foot is equal to 43,560 gallons (164,875 liters) of water, which is what it would take to bury an acre of land in a foot of water. The term is usually used to measure rainfall runoff, reservoir capacity, and irrigation.


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