By James A. Foy, senior research scientist at the University of Florida, USA researcher, and a water conservation expert at the Miami-based Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR)The delta is a freshwater lake in southern Australia that forms the largest freshwater body in the world.
Its water level varies from about 2 to 3 metres above sea level and about 5 metres below.
This is due to a combination of factors, but it is not the cause of the flooding.
It’s not a lack of water.
The delta is also very cold and dry, meaning it doesn’t absorb the rainwater that falls on the land.
The water level is very low at this point.
What we’re seeing is the water level dropping by about 5 centimetres (2.5 inches) per year.
It also affects the amount of rainfall that falls in the year.
And then there’s the fact that the water has been diverted away from the delta by the rain, so the rain water is not being recycled.
The reason for that is that the rain has been pumped from the lower parts of the delta and deposited at the top.
The top layer is also the water reservoir, so it gets sucked up and deposited back up into the delta.
If there’s too much water there, it can cause a dam to break, which then can lead to flooding.
And there are more than 2 million people living on the delta, and that number is rising.
The cause of this water shortage is a combination a lack in rainfall, a lack for the delta to get the amount that it needs, and the fact the rainfall is being diverted away to the south.
So that’s the major factor, but the second major factor is the low temperature.
When you’re at the lower end of the planet, it’s a hot, dry place, so there’s less heat to draw water from, and there’s also less sunlight available to the land, which means that the amount we’re getting from the sun is going to be lower.
It means that when the sun doesn’t shine, the amount is going down.
So you get drier and drier.
When the water goes down, the surface becomes very dry.
So, that’s one factor that we’ve got to address.
It is a complex problem, and we’re looking at different methods to try to understand what’s going on.
We are going to look at other factors, like how much rainwater we are getting and how much water we are going from the land to the delta from rainfall.
So those are the main things that we’re focusing on, and what we’re trying to do is understand what the cause is, what’s causing it, and then we’re going to work on the other factors.
The other major thing that’s driving the water shortage are the drought conditions.
That’s the name for the fact when there’s a drought, the water in the delta gets diverted away.
It has to be diverted away, otherwise the delta can’t sustain itself.
So we’re also looking at a number of other factors to understand how the water is being moved, like the water table, the sedimentation rate, the temperature and the amount and type of water that’s being released.
All of these are important to understand because they’re all contributing to the situation.
The only thing that we don’t have a clear picture of is how much the water loss is going into the system, and how quickly we can fix that.
But we have some indications that the delta is becoming more congested.
So when it gets dry, when the water levels drop, it becomes more congestive.
And this is a very, very, challenging situation to solve, and this is the main reason that we are not getting more rain.