Part 2- Design and Construction of Water Harvesting and Storage

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This is the second final presentation in our 2-part series on water harvesting and storage. In this lesson, we will look at:
Types of water storage structures
Assessment of water demand and supply
Water storage optimization
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1. Water harvesting is the collection, concentration and storage of runoff water from various sources for productive purposes
2. Seepage and evaporation are some of the challenges facing water pans in Kenya
3. Rainfall, catchment size, area and runoff are the main variables used on equations of runoff estimation in Kenya
4. In the context of water harvesting, the sequent peak analysis method is used to?
5. Which of the following is not used in the design of water storage structures in Kenya?
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