Dense Environmental Energy
20 Year Drought Mitigation Plan: Vortex Towers
This illustration is a time lapse of a 20 year period after the installation of numerous vortex towers. The land area modeled is approximately 300 square miles.
The long-term objective of the installation is to normalize the regions hydrology, by pumping water saturated air up to just beyond cloud levels, to engender increased precipitation. The short and medium term objectives are to provide increased humidity for plant transpiration, and to allow regional communities to collect potable water with either AWG (atmospheric water generators) or fog catchers.
The area is initially arid or semi-arid, with high albedo (surface reflectivity). There is a implicit presumption that the average relative humidity is below 30%, otherwise the AWG (atmospheric water generators) would be more appropriate.
The animation shows that as time passes each year the amount of vegetation is increased and the cloud cover becomes more productive.
The animation also models the placement of several toll stations to collect the construction and maintenance costs from the general public.
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