What is a natural or artificial lake used to store water?
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What large freshwater lake is the source of the Nile River and toward what body of water does it flow and what artificial lake helps irrigate fields along its banks?
In the United Kingdom which consists principally of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - the largest natural body of water enclosed by land is Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland. The largest body of water in England is Lake Windermere. The largest in Scotland Loch Lomond. The largest in Wales is Lake Bala. The largest artificial body of water is Rutland Water in the East Midlands
A reservoir is an artificial lake used to store water. It is needed to supply water demand if there are low levels of rainfall or river levels Or if you're talking about machinery isn't it the liquid store in a device? It's the part of the machine/device where liquid is stored for the machine to use.
'water reserves' is an artificial body of water. A reservoir, A natural or artificial pond or lake used for the storage and regulation of water . Reservoirs may be created in river valleys by the construction of a dam or may be built by excavation in the ground or by conventional construction techniques such a brickwork or cast concrete. The term reservoir may also be used to describe underground reservoirs such as an oil or…
Do you enjoy fishing? Swan-gazing? Lake polo? All of these activities and many more can now be enjoyed nearly as well in an artificial lake as in a real one! Artificial lakes can be stocked with animatronic fish and game for a very realistic outdoor water-safari experience, and many of the hardier breeds of pony available today are a perfect density match for the deuterated water used to fill today's artificial lakes. Have fun and…