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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 16/11/23, 14:40

izentrop wrote:People prefer to listen to nice people like Hugo Cléments who nevertheless...

Tell the truth, no offense to your vindictive hillbillies who don't want to know anything...
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by izentrop » 16/11/23, 19:38

Nothing to do with the subject.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 16/11/23, 19:44

izentrop wrote:Nothing to do with the subject.

Yes, because your basins... they produce stale, unsanitary water, which will end up polluting everything else... : Mrgreen:
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by A.D. 44 » 17/11/23, 12:23

Christophe wrote:
AD 44 wrote:
Christophe wrote:Also I didn't know that there were tablecloths everywhere in France : Shock: ...as an Alsatian, I had always been told that it was specific to Alsace! : Lol: : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:


Well there’s something else!!!

What is this story again???


I don't know...a legend from the East?

Correction: it's a long way away but perhaps we were told that the Alsatian water table was particularly high or extensive...what made it unique??


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by Christophe » 17/11/23, 12:30

Uh, that must have been it! : Mrgreen:

It is the “densest” alluvial layer in France!

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by A.D. 44 » 17/11/23, 23:31

Christophe wrote:It is the “densest” alluvial layer in France


Show-off goes!

Yeah...well I have a great pink tablecloth!!!

Tsssst!
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by izentrop » 21/11/23, 00:14

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:When you understand that the reserves exist naturally underground, that they are where they are, that we can take from them when they are not in deficit, that they belong to everyone and that therefore basins are useless for ANYTHING
Except that some empty out in dry summers.

In this region, reserves were installed after 2003, which made it possible to no longer pump into the aquifers for irrigation in the summer.

We can clearly see the difference between the drought of 2003 and that of 2022 on the level of water tables in August-September and the effect of the rains since mid-October...
The lowest summer level dates from 1996 http://siemp.epmp-marais-poitevin.fr/#/ ... piezoGraph
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by izentrop » 01/12/23, 13:26

After the murderous words of a populist who does not know the issue, at 10:50 Franck Riester gives the real issues:
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by Christophe » 02/12/23, 00:17

: Shock: : Shock:

This guy (and everyone else who thinks they know) has most likely never picked an ear of corn in his life with his own hands???

Nah but you're kidding!!

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by izentrop » 19/12/23, 02:15

Very clear demonstration from @pascalperri on the level of water tables and the obvious benefit of water storage.
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