This part contains an information about world water resources calculated group of sciences in State Hydrological Institute (St.-Petersburg, Russia) by edition of I.Shiklomanov. Given archive is created on base of Microsoft Office 97 (Word 8). Table 1. Natural-economic regions and theirs major characteristics (countries distribution, areas, population number & irrigated areas)
Table 2. Renewable water resources by natural-economic regions of the world
Table 3. Dynamics of water resources (local) by natural-economic regions of the world (1921-1985)
Table 3i. Dynamics of water resources (inflow) by natural-economic regions of the world (1921-1985)
Table 4. Renewable water resources and water availability by continents
Table 5. Dynamics of water resources by continents, 1921-1985
Table 6.Renewable water resources and potential water availability of selected countries of the world
Table 7.(1) Dynamics of water resources (local+inflow) by selected countries of the world (1921-1985) (part 1: Albania-Chile)
Table 7.(2) Dynamics of water resources (local+inflow) by selected countries of the world (1921-1985) (part 2: China-Honduras)
Table 7.(3) Dynamics of water resources (local+inflow) by selected countries of the world (1921-1985) (part 3: India-New Zealand)
Table 7.(4) Dynamics of water resources (local+inflow) by selected countries of the world (1921-1985) (part 4: Panama-Zaire)
Table 8.Renewable water resources of selected countries of the world by the data of different authors
Table 9. Water resources of selected major rivers of the world.
Table 9 (1). Dynamics of water resources by selected rivers part 1: Amazon, Gangas, Congo, Orinoco, Yangtze, La Plata, Yenisei, Lena, Mississippi, Mekong, Chutsyan, Ob, Amur, Mackenzie, St. Lowrence, Niger, Volga
Table 9 (2). Dynamics of water resources by selected rivers part 2: San Juan, Hwang Ho, Rhone, Sanaga, Indigirka, Krishna, Dnepr, Narmada, Ebro, Volta, Bio-Bio, Chari, Elbe, Parnaiba, Loire, Yana, Paraiba, Murray
Table 9 (3). Dynamics of water resources by selected rivers part 3: Columbia, Magdalena, Indus, Danube, Essequibo, Yukon, Nile, Ogowe, Zambezi, Pechora, Kolyma, Fraser, Sao-Fransisko, Godavari, N.Dvina, Atrato, Neva
Table 10. Dynamics of water inflow to the World Ocean, 1921-1985
Table 11.Water inflow to the World Ocean by latitudinal zones
Table 12. Average monthly distribution of water resources by natural-economic regions
Table 13. Average monthly distribution of water resources by selected countries

And figures to this tables: Figure 1.The natural-economic regions of the World

Figure 2. Dynamics of water resources by natural-economic regions of the world (1921-1985):

Figure 2(1) –water resources (local) of European regions;
Figure 2(1)i – water resources (inflow) of European regions;
Figure 2(2) –water resources (local) of North American regions;
Figure 2(2)i – water resources (inflow) of North American regions;
Figure 2(3) –water resources (local) of African regions;
Figure 2(3)i – water resources (inflow) of African regions;
Figure 2(4) –water resources (local) of Asian regions;
Figure 2(4)i – water resources (inflow) of Asian regions;
Figure 2(5) –water resources (local) of South American regions;
Figure 2(5)i – water resources (inflow) of South American regions;
Figure 2(6) –water resources (local) of Australia & Oceania.
Figure 3. Dynamics of water resources by continents (1921-1985): Figure 3(1) - water resources of Europe, North & South America, Africa & Asia;
Figure 3(2) - water resources of Australia & Oceania and the world as total.
Figure 4. Dynamics of water resources by selected countries of the world (1921-1985): Figure 4(1) water resources (local) of Albania, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil;
Figure 4(1)i water resources (inflow) of Albania, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada;
Figure 4 (2) water resources (local) of Canada, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador;
Figure 4 (2)i water resources (inflow) of Chad, France, Gabon, Gambia, India;
Figure 4 (3) water resources (local) of France, Honduras, India, Jamaica, Mexico;
Figure 4 (3)i water resources (inflow) of Mali, Mexico, Niger, Nigeria, Peru;
Figure 4 (4) water resources (local) of New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Panama, Portugal;
Figure 4 (4)i water resources (inflow) of Portugal, Senegal, Sudan, Uruguay, USA;
Figure 4 (5) water resources (local) of Equador, Spain, Uruguai, USA, Zaire;
Figure 4 (5)i water resources (inflow) of Zaire;
Figure 4 (6) water resources (local) of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorus, Estonia, Georgia;
Figure 4 (6)i water resources (inflow) of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorus, Estonia, Georgia;
Figure 4 (7) water resources (local) of Kazakhstan, Kyrgizstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova;
Figure 4 (7)i water resources (inflow) of Kazakhstan, Kyrgizstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova;
Figure 4 (8) water resources (local) of Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan;
Figure 4 (8)i water resources (inflow) of Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan;
Figure 4 (9) water resources (local) of Chad, Chili, Colombia, Gabon, Gambia;
Figure 4 (10) water resources (local) of Mali, Niger, Peru, Senegal, Sudan.
Figure 5 Dynamics of river runoff by selected major rivers of the world:
Figure 5 (1) Amazon, Gangas, Congo, Orinoco, Yangtze, La Plata;
Figure 5 (2) Yenisei, Lena, Mississippi, Mekong, Chutsyan, Ob;
Figure 5 (3) Amur, Mackenzie, St.Lowrence, Niger, Volga, Columbia,;
Figure 5 (4) Magdalena, Indus, Danube, Essequibo, Yukon, Nile;
Figure 5 (5) Ogowe, Zambezi, Pechora, Kolyma, Fraser, Sao-Fransisko;
Figure 5 (6) Godavari N.Dvina, Atrato, Neva, San Juan, Hwang Ho;
Figure 5 (7) Rhone, Sanaga, Indigirka, Krishna, Dnepr, Narmada;
Figure 5 (8) Ebro, Volta, Bio-Bio, Chari, Elbe, Parnaiba;
Figure 5 (9) Loire, Yana, Paraiba, Murray.
Figure 6 Dynamics of water inflow by ocean slopes:
Figure 6 (1) water inflow to Arctic Ocean;
Figure 6 (2) water inflow to Atlantic Ocean;
Figure 6 (3) water inflow to Indian Ocean;
Figure 6 (4) water inflow to Pacific Ocean;
Figure 6 (5) water inflow to World Ocean (total).
Figure 7 Water inflow to world Ocean (by Ocean slopes) by latitude zones.

Figure 8 Monthly distribution of water resources by natural-economic regions:

Figure 8 (1) water resources by European & North American regions;
Figure 8 (2) water resources by African regions;
Figure 8 (3) water resources by Asian regions;
Figure 8 (4)water resources by South American regions and Australia & Oceania.
Figure 9 Monthly distribution of water resources by continents

Figure 10 Monthly distribution of water resources by selected countries:

Figure 10 (1) water resources (local) of Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belorus, , Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chad;
Figure 10 (2) water resources (local) of Chili, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Equador, Estonia, France, Gabon;
Figure 10 (3) water resources (local) of Gambia, Georgia, Honduras, India, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kyrgizstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Mali;
Figure 10 (4) water resources (local) of Mexico, Moldova, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Russia;
Figure 10 (5) water resources (local) of Senegal, Spain, Sudan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Uruguai, USA, Zaire.


And resulting maps:
Figure 11(map) Water resources (local & inflow) by natural-economic regions of the world.
Figure 12(map) Potential water availability (thou.m3/km2 per year) by natural-economic regions of the world.
Figure 13(map) Potential water availability (thou.m3/year per capita) by natural-economic regions of the world at the level of 1995.
Figure 14(map) Monthly distribution of water resources (percentage & km3) by natural-economic regions of the world.



 
 

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