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`V = "A" * "d" `

Enter a value for all fields

The **Flood Water Volume** calculator computes the volume of water covering an area at an approximate average depth.

**Instructions:** Choose units and enter the following:

- (
**A**) Area in Water - (
**d**) Depth of Water

**Volume of Water (V)**: The calculator returns the approximate volume of water on the area in Acre-Feet, gallons and cubic meters. However, these can be automatically converted to other volume units (e.g. liters, cubic yards) via the pull-down menu.

A simple formula for volume is:

V = A * d

where:

- V = Volume
- A = Area
- d = depth of area

This Flood Water Volume uses this formula. Note: this does not take into account the natural slope on the edge that is usually the case with bodies of water such as ponds and lakes. Nonetheless, this can be a useful tool if the area is significant.

Type of snow or ice | (kg/m^{3}) |

Fresh New snow | 50-70 |

Damp new snow | 100-200 |

Settled snow | 200-300 |

Depth hoar | 100-300 |

Wind packed snow | 350-400 |

Firn (granular) | 400-830 |

Very wet | 700-800 |

Glacier ice | 830-917 |

Rain/Melt | 997 |

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