Reservations Cantabrian Basin hectometres lower 14 and is at 64.1%.
Water reserves Cantabrian Basin have declined in the last week in 14 hectometres, currently standing at 64.1 percent capacity, up 2.3 percent from the previous week, according to the Ministry of Environment Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs (MARM).
According to these data, collected by Europa Press, this week Cantabrian Basin 406 of the 633 dams hectometres total capacity., gaia gold,
This reserve is 103 hectometres less water than in the same period of last year, and 42 less compared to the average of the last ten years by this time, which was of 448 hm 3.
According to data of MARM, Cantabrian Basin continues this week as the tenth in the share of water stored.
In addition, the reserves of the Cantabrian Basin are placed below the national average, as the Spanish water reserves is at 71.5% full capacity, with hectometres 39.767, representing a decrease of 782 hm 3 (the 1.4%) compared to the levels of the previous week.