## What is 1 acre foot of water?

about 326,000 gallons

An acre foot of water equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land 1-foot deep. To put it another way, an acre foot of water is enough to flood a football field 1-foot deep (a football field is roughly an acre in size). An acre foot of water is a common way to measure water volume and use.

**How do you calculate acre-feet of water?**

Estimating the Size of Your Pond

- 1 acre = 43,560 square feet.
- 1 acre-foot = 1 surface acre 1 foot deep, or 43,560 cubic feet.
- Total volume in acre-feet = surface area (acres) x average depth (feet)
- 1 part per million (ppm) of herbicide = 2.7 pounds per acre-foot of water.

**How many pounds would an acre foot of water weigh?**

Water Volumes and Weights: One cubic foot of water is 7.48 gallons. A cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 pounds. One acre foot of water is the same as 90 yards of a football field covered one foot deep.

### How many inches of rain are in a acre foot?

1 acre = 43,560 square feet or 6,272,640 square inches (43,560 x 144) 1 inch of rain falling on 1 square foot = 144 cubic inches (12 x 12 x 1) 40 inches rain on 1 acre (6,272,640 square inches) of land = 250,905,600 cubic inches of water (6,272,640 x 40)

**How many sq ft is in an acre?**

43,560 square feet

1 acre (both variants) is equal to the following customary units: 66 feet × 660 feet (43,560 square feet) 10 square chains (1 chain = 66 feet = 22 yards = 4 rods = 100 links) 1 acre is approximately 208.71 feet × 208.71 feet (a square)

**How much is an acre ft?**

One acre-foot equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land, about the size of a football field, one foot deep. An average California household uses between one-half and one acre-foot of water per year for indoor and outdoor use.

#### How do you calculate water area?

Multiply the length times the width to get the square feet of surface area. This value can be converted to acres by dividing by 43,560 ft2/acre. So, a pond that measures 150 feet long and 100 feet wide would have an area = 150 feet X 100 feet = 15,000 ft2 or 0.34 acres.

**How many gallons is a 1/4 acre pond?**

325,000 gallons

Note: A quarter acre pond, depending on the depth, will be about 325,000 gallons to 500,000 gallons.

**What does 1 gallon water weigh?**

8.34 pounds

One US liquid gallon of fresh water weighs roughly 8.34 pounds (lb) or 3.785 kilograms (kg) at room temperature.

## Is 1 inch of rain in a day a lot?

One (1.00) inch of rain – A light moderate rain never reaches this amount, heavy rain for several hours (2-5 hours). There would be deep standing water for long periods of time.

**How much does 1 inch of rain raise a river?**

The weight of 1 U.S. gallon of pure water is about 8.345 pounds. Consequently, a rainfall of 1 inch over 1acre of ground would mean 27,143 gallons of water.

**How big is an acre foot of water?**

An acre foot of water equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land 1-foot deep.

### How to calculate how much water is pumped per acre?

Divide by acres in field to get inches applied per acre Meter Reading in Acre-Feet x.01 Water Pumped, Ac-In = (Ending Meter Reading – Beginning Meter Reading) x 12/100 Divide by acres in field to get inches applied per acre

**How to calculate the size of an acre?**

Acre Definition. Click the Calculate button to find that the area is .22 of an acre. The area that is the irregular portion of this parcel forms the shape of a triangle. So the dimensions that you need to enter into the Acre Calculator are 70 feet for the width and 20 feet for the length. The Calculate button produces the result at .04 of an acre.

**How to calculate the meter reading for irrigation?**

Water Pumped, Ac-In = (Ending Meter Reading – Beginning Meter Reading) x 100/27154 Divide by acres in field to get inches applied per acre Meter Reading in Gallons x 1000 Water Pumped, Ac-In = (Ending Meter Reading – Beginning Meter Reading) x 1000/27154