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.
What does AAF stand for?
AAF stands for Average Annual Flow (streams)
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- Asset Allocation Fund
- Associate Administrator for Airway Facilities (FAA)
- Association des Accidentés de France (French: Accident Victims Association of France)
- Association des Archivistes Français (French: Association of French Archivists; est. 1904)
- Ateliers d'Art de France (French craft professionals association)
- Atlantic Amphibious Force
- Audit & Audit Follow-up (IG)
- Audit and Assurance Faculty (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales; UK)
- Audit Automation Facilities
- Auxiliary Air Field
- Aztec Athletic Foundation (San Diego State University; California)
- American Alligator Farmers Association
- American Apparel & Footwear Association (Arlington, VA)
- American Association of Finance and Accounting
- Antique Americana Folk Art (eBay seller)
- Aplastic Anemia Foundation of America
- Army Aviation Flight Activity
- Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
- Action Against False Allegations of Abuse (UK)
- Awareness and Fight Against Cancer
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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.
For starters, based on their studies, Ed Glenn, Carlos Valdes, and Mark Briggs of the Sonoran Institute in Tucson estimate that an average annual flow of 50,000 acre-feet plus an every four- or five-year flood of 260,000 acre-feet are needed to maintain the delta's comeback.
The average annual flow of immigrants in Europe more than doubled during the 1990s compared with the previous decade, reaching an average of about 800,000 people per year.
The average annual flow of this river is about 1311 MCM (Haddad, 1997).
From 1985 to 1993, average annual flows of long-term capital increased by 40 percent (recalling, again, that these figures are in current dollars and would be reduced by a third if the data were expressed in constant dollars).
This water surplus results in an average annual flow of 56 cubic metres per second in the Grand River measured at Brantford.