Modeling artificial groundwater recharge and low-head hydroelectric production: a case study of southern Pakistan
DHA City Karachi (DCK), a city designed for approximately one million people, is envisaged to become a satellite city to the second largest city in the world, Karachi, which has a population of 25 million. The upcoming city is located 21 miles north of main metropolitan Karachi in the arid southern part of Pakistan. The region receives little rainfall with an annual average of 217 mm and temperatures ranging from an average of 88°F in the summers to 68°F in the winters. The town has a projected water demand in the fully developed stage of 45 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) and 500 Mega Watts (MW) ...
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Siddiqui, Rafey Ahmed
Bailey, Ryan T.