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    Digital review.. Iraq lost water through “evaporation” equivalent to 132% of what was lost due to Tu

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    Digital review.. Iraq lost water through “evaporation” equivalent to 132% of what was lost due to Tu Empty Digital review.. Iraq lost water through “evaporation” equivalent to 132% of what was lost due to Tu

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    Al-Sumaria News - Special

    Within 22 months, that is, within about two years, Iraq’s water losses from the Euphrates River alone amounted to about 6.3 billion cubic meters, while the Ministry of Water Resources estimates that the loss will reach 10 billion cubic meters by the end of the current year, and given this The number is equivalent to the size of the entire water reserve in Iraq currently, but Al-Sumaria News conducted a review and numerical comparison of the water situation in Iraq, to ​​show that what Iraq lost in two years “due to water evaporation” is equivalent to 132% of what it lost due to Turkey’s reduction in water releases.


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    Estimates of losses until the end of the year came from the Minister of Water Resources, Aoun Dhiab, who estimated that Turkey's failure to comply with water releases to the Euphrates River would cause Iraq to lose 10 billion cubic meters until the end of the current year.
    This estimate was based on what was supposed to reach Iraq from the Euphrates River as soon as it entered the country at the Iraqi-Syrian border, where Turkey’s releases should reach 500 cubic meters per second, divided into 210 cubic meters per second to Syria, and 290 cubic meters per second to Iraq.
    However, since April 2022, Iraq’s releases have decreased from 290 to 180 cubic meters per second only, according to the Minister of Resources, which means that Iraq has lost 110 cubic meters per second, which ultimately leads to the fact that Iraq has so far lost about 6.3 billion cubic meters per second during the past 22 months. .
    Al-Sumaria News chose to refer to government figures on the water situation in Iraq during the past two years, where statistical comparisons and digital analysis reveal exciting paradoxes.
    During 2020, Iraq lost 5.2 billion cubic meters from dams and reservoirs from evaporation, and Iraq’s reserves were 44.6 billion cubic meters, meaning that what was lost from evaporation in 2020 in one year is almost equivalent to what Iraq lost from the Euphrates River in two years due to reducing water releases. From Turkey.
    In 2021, 4.6 billion cubic meters evaporated from Iraq from dams and reservoirs due to them being exposed to the sun, while water storage decreased to about 27 billion cubic meters, meaning that Iraq lost more than 17 billion cubic meters in just two years.
    During 2022, evaporation from dams and reservoirs reached 3.6 billion cubic meters, and water storage reached only 11 billion cubic meters.
    The bottom line is that Iraq, while Iraq lost more than 6 billion cubic meters of Euphrates water over two years due to Turkey’s reduction in releases, it lost 8.2 billion cubic meters from evaporation during the same period, meaning what it lost through evaporation is equivalent to 132% of what it lost due to reducing water releases from Turkey to the Euphrates. .
    As for the depletion of water reserves, it decreased in Iraq from 44.6 billion cubic meters in 2020 to 11 billion cubic meters in 2022, meaning that in just two years it consumed 33 billion cubic meters, meaning that what it depleted of water reserves is 500% greater than what it lost due to reducing releases from water. Turkey to the Euphrates.
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