Water Depletion

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Water Depletion Worldwide

(Source: WorldMapper Territory size shows the proportion of all water used that is more than 10% of the renewable internal freshwater resources of that territory)

This map shows those territories that use much of their internal water resources, measured with a threshold of people using more than 10% of renewable water resources. Each territory is resized based on the volume of water used beyond 10%.

75 of the 200 territories used less than 10% of their renewable internal freshwater resources. 51 territories used between 10% and 100% of water resources, 15 territories used 100% or more. 59 territories were missing data.

Egypt uses 33 times its internal water resources - the River Nile supplies Egypt with rainwater from elsewhere. Water supplies vary: 4 territories use more per person than Egypt but under 5% of their total internal resources.

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See also

External Resources

World's Water Depletion on WorldMapper.org

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