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A lake has a water surface elevation of 1032m above datum In a month the lake receives an average inflow of 6 cumecs and n the same period the outflow from the lake was 65 cumecs In the same month the lake received a precipitation of 145mm and had an evaporation of 6gcm Using the water budget equation find the water surface elevation of the lake at the end of the month The lake area is 5000 Ha Assume month has 30 days

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