When the demand for water is greater than the supply, the surrounding area experiences a. an irrigation. b. precipitation.

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When the demand for water is greater than the supply, the surrounding area experiences
a. an irrigation.
b. precipitation.
c. a pollutant.
d. a water shortage. User: Agriculture uses large amounts of water for irrigation.

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2022-04-07T22:15:08+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Beatrix
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    2022-04-07T22:16:14+00:00

    When the demand of the water is greater than the supply, then the surrounding area experiences water shortage.
    Water shortage means the supply of the water is lacking compare to the demand of the people.

  2. Aubrey
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    2022-04-07T22:16:30+00:00

    Answer:

    d. a water shortage.

    Explanation:

    When demand on water is greater than the supply, this means that for all causes and by pure logic people that demand water will end up not getting the amount of water they are asking for, when this happens we can affirm that there is a water shortage, because there is no enoug water to take care of the needs of the public.

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