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Active water harvesting case study

Underwood Family Sonoran Landscape Laboratory. College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA). University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona, USA. Latitude 32.2˚. Elevation 2,555 feet (779 meters). Average annual precipitation 11 inches (280 mm). Average annual humidity 29%…
Active SystemsCondensate HarvestingPassive SystemsRainwater HarvestingStormwater & Street Runoff HarvestingSun and Shade Harvesting

Harvesting active condensation—Pearl Brewery, San Antonio, Texas

Pearl Brewery, San Antonio, Texas, USA. 29˚ N Latitude. Elevation: 650 feet (198 meters). Average humidity 54.9%. Average annual rainfall 30 inches (762 mm). Average annual humidity 54.9%…
Active SystemsCondensate Harvesting

Human-made fog-harvesting sails

Nepal, Guatemala, Eritrea. The YouTube video From Thin Air features the FogQuest effort to provide drinking water from fog with manufactured fog-collecting screen sails and gutters below…
Fog Harvesting
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