Spanish reservoirs are at 78.9% capacity, with a drop of 1.5 percent.
Spanish reservoirs are at 78.9 percent of total capacity and, with a total of 43 843 cubic hectometres, with a loss of 815 cubic hectometres, representing 1.5 per cent less water, according to the Ministry Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs (MARM).
Regarding this week, the major changes affecting the Duero basin, which has lost 204 cubic hectometres, while the basins of, aika gold, the Basque Country registered the same levels of the previous week.
By area, the water reserves this week to 73.5 percent in Galicia-Costa, to 77.2 percent in Mino-Sil; to 79 percent in the Cantabrian, to 95.2 percent in the inland basins of the Country Basque to 84.5 percent in the Duero; to 71.6 percent in the Tagus,, sto credits, and 86 percent in Guadiana (Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura).
Also, the Andalusian Atlantic basin is at 88.1 percent; Guadalquivir, to 84.2 percent, the Andalusian Mediterranean Basin, at 77.7 percent; Segura, to 63.7 percent; Jucar, 54.6 percent, Ebro, to 81.7 percent, and the inland basins of Catalonia, to 80.9 percent.