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An acre foot of water equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land 1-foot deep.To put it another way, an acre foot of water is enough to flood a football field 1-foot deep (a football field is roughly an acre in size).
Organisms that photosynthesize but lack the formal water circulation structure of land plants are placed in the broad category of “algae.” These can grow in either freshwater or saltwater environments, existing as single cells (often congregating in colonies) or multicellular organisms such as giant kelp.
Applied water refers to water delivered by an application to a user, either indoors or outdoors.
Applied water use typically occurs in an agricultural or urban setting.
But such irrigation can degrade the local water quality.
Two of the state’s most productive farming areas in particular, the west side of the San Joaquin Valley and parts of the Imperial Valley in Southern California, have poorly drained and naturally saline soils.