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Reservoir levels increase by almost 2 percent



According to the latest weekly Hydrological Bulletin, the Spanish hydraulic reserve stands at 43.6% of its total capacity (56,039 hm³), compared to 32.5% the previous year and 48.8% of the average for the last decade.

The reservoirs currently store 24,414 hm³ of water, with an increase in the last week of 1,035 hm³ (1.8% of the current total capacity).

The average level of reserves on the Atlantic slope is 43.8%, where the situation of Guadalete-Barbate (15%) and Guadalquivir (18.8%) stands out.

While, in the basins of the Mediterranean slope, this level is 43%, where the internal basins of Catalonia have a reserve of 19.1%.

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