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feet) of fresh water -- more than the average annual flow of the River Nile in Egypt.
However, if all existing licences and unallocated water reserves are fully utilised, the total average annual flow from Queensland into the lower Lake Eyre Basin would remain at 99.
New York Times Square is known as the "Crossroads of the World," where the average annual flow of tourists reaches 40 million people and the average annual flow of passengers reaches 100 million people.
Haydar Yousif, a noted Sudanese hydrologist and an authority on water management issues of the Nile, estimates the GDR's reservoir "will hold back nearly one and a half times the average annual flow of the river.
5 BCM/year of the river's average annual flow of 84 BCM.
In fact, the average annual flow of the rivers in this north coastal region are capable of supplying more than 100 million people a year with water.
Discharge of the Mobile River system into Mobile Bay was below average annual flow during these years.
As a result of this treaty, India was given the right to make exclusive use of the three eastern rivers (Ravi, Sutlej and Beas) with an average annual flow of about 43 million acre-feet (MAF.