In terms of water availability, how does the Promised Land compare to your area?

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      Ken
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      In northern California where I live, we probably have a much higher annual rainfall than most of Israel.

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      Walter
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      In terms of water availability, the Promised Land pales in comparison to my area: North Dakota, USA. However, the country above me (Canada) has the highest water availability of all the countries.

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      Terry
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      The promised land has about 4% of the water available in the United States

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      Patricia
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      My area has much more water available than the Promised Land.

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      Marci
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      The pre-modern middle eastern family of 6 and their livestock used an average of 5300 gallons of water a year. The modern day family in the U.S. uses 127,000 gallons of water annually.

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      Tuyen
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      Rain fall average in Delaware is 44-47” per year. We use about 80 gallons per person per day (29200/year) versus a person and his animal usage of 2.4 gallons per day. We use more than 33 x!

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      Chia
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      As I live in tropical countries, we receive about 2500–3500 mm of rainfall annually. So, water is not a scarce resource, and the only problem for us is to ensure a continuous supply of clean and treated water for daily use. In comparison, the Promised Land receives a much lower rainfall annually. The rain is not only regional but seasonal.

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