Deepwater reservoirs are the deepest navigable body of water in the world. They are located in the western part of Russia’s Caspian Sea. They are accessible only by air and by sea vessels. By their size, they can be considered as one of the largest man-made structures ever built.
The reservoir has a volume of 300 times more than Lake Victoria and it has a surface area of 2,500 square kilometres and covers an area almost as big as Belgium, Australia or Great Britain. The name “Deepwater” comes from its deep water access route through newly created canal to the Caspian Sea which was opened for navigation in 1966 under Soviet leadership initiative.
Deepwater reservoirs are the solution to many issues faced by municipalities and other public institutions. They are also having a crucial role in the geological process of the world. The reservoirs provide clean water for cereal crops, agriculture and tourism in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.
Specialized companies such as waste management facilities use reservoirs to store sewage water that is collected there before it is discharged into rivers or seas.
For the owner of a deepwater reservoir, this infographic will help you to know what a deepwater reservoir pool is and how it works. It will be useful information for construction companies especially in case of their inspections and certifications.
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Discovering water reservoirs is a mission for deepwater excavation. So we will explore the archeological site of the French port city of Nantes and learn what we can learn from this amazing discovery.
If we are talking about drilling deep, we know exactly what is to be expected. An excavator gets into the hole and digs it up.
Water reservoirs are a very important resource to humans. They are a source of life and we need to preserve it. But the rate of depletion is alarming and the environmental impact is quite serious.
The annual flow of deepwater reservoirs worldwide increases from 250 billion to 6 trillion cubic meters. This increase is also due to increasing population, industrialization, and urbanization as well as the need for electricity.
The role of a deepwater reservoir is similar to that of a source in rivers and wells. The reservoirs are used both for water supply or drainage but they can be found also in agriculture areas like irrigation channels, canals and dry lakes.