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Descripción metodológica y aproximación al cálculo de demanda de agua en la ciudad de Cartagena de indias para el año 2009

  • Efraín Cuadro Guzmán

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  • Antonio Orozco Gallo
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    El presente artículo producto de investigación tiene por objetivo revisar una metodología de cálculo de la demanda de agua, y aplicarla para tener una aproximación técnicamente consistente, del volumen de agua demandada por la ciudad de Cartagena de Indias en el año 2009, teniendo en cuenta su estructura socioeconómica y las tendencias de las variables implicadas en dicho cálculo. Los resultados muestran que Cartagena requiere de un total de 164.962.448 metros cúbicos de agua al año 2009, distribuidos en un 57,9% para las familias, 22,2% para el sector servicio, seguido del sector agrícola con un 16,6% y del sector industrial con un 2,8%. Como era de esperarse los sectores pecuarios y riego fueron los menores en requerir agua con un 0,3% y 0,1 %, respectivamente

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    Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DE CARTAGENA in its series REVISTA PANORAMA ECONÓMICO with number 007081.

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    Date of creation: 10 Jun 2010
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