- Artificial lakes
- Lakes, Artificial
- Lakes, Man-made
- Man-made lakes
- Tanks (Reservoirs)
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- found: Wikipedia, Aug. 1, 2011 (A reservoir or an artificial lake is used to store water. Reservoirs may be created in river valleys by the construction of a dam or may be built by excavation in the ground or by conventional construction techniques such as brickwork or cast concrete.)
- found: Narayana Reddy, D.V. Water management in Andhra, 2010: p. ix (to provide irrigation facilities to lands by excavating large tanks and canals) p. 193 (construction of tanks and dams) p. 194 (construction of sluices to the tank)
- found: Web. 3 (tank 1a India: a pool of water: lake, reservoir)
- found: The American Heritage dictionary of the English language, c2000 (tank 2. A usually artificial pool, pond, reservoir, or cistern, especially one used to hold water for drinking or for irrigation)
- found: Webster, L. A dict. of environmental & civil engineering, c2000 (tank: Pool, pond, cistern, reservoir, etc., through which liquids pass or in which they are held for a period)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2012-01-10: revised
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