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Definition of the noun Acre Foot
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- [US, engineering, agriculture] A unit of measure, used for volumes of water, equal to 43,560 cubic feet.
Acre Foot a.k.a. Acre-foot: An acre-foot is a unit of volume commonly used in the United States in reference to large-scale water resources, such as reservoirs, aqueducts, canals, sewer flow capacity, irrigation water and river flows.
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Dictionary of Agronomy (1989)
by L. L. Somani
Acre Foot. Is the amount of water required to cover an acre of land to the depth of one foot. This amounts to 43560 cubic feet of water. Acre Inch. The quantity of water that will cover one acre of surface one inch deep. Acre Inch Day. A term used ...
by Karl F. Schmid
Acre foot: The volume of material needed to cover an acre of land one foot deep. Your water bill may use acre feet as the basis of your rate. Across the grain: The direction at right angles to the length of the fibres and other longitudinal elements ...
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Acre foot Meaning
Video shows what acre foot means. A unit of measure, used for volumes of water, equal to one acre times one foot (that is, to the amount of water required to ...
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