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Precipitation Problems Persist in Iran

Precipitation Problems Persist in Iran Precipitation Problems Persist in Iran

Precipitation in Iran's six main catchment areas has decreased by 7% since the beginning of the current water year last September.
According to a report by the Iran Water Resource Management Company, 201 millimeters of rain fell over the last 170 days, down 7% compared to the same period in 2018, IRNA reported.
Iran is divided into six primary and 31 secondary catchment areas. The six major basins are Central Plateau in Markazi Province, Urmia Lake in the northwest, Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman in the south, Hamoun Wetlands in the east, Karakum basin in the northeast and Caspian Sea in the north.

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