|Countries, regions, river basins|
|Irrigation and drainage|
|Maps and spatial data|
Info for the media
|Did you know?|
|Visualizations and infographics|
These maps are dynamically linked to data held in the AQUASTAT database through a collaboration with data.fao.org. Click on the globes below to visit the maps:
|Total renewable water resources per inhabitant|
|Proportion of renewable water resources withdrawn: MDG Water Indicator|
|Proportion of total water withdrawal withdrawn for agriculture|
|Agricultural water withdrawal as % of total renewable water resources|
|Total water withdrawal per capita|
|Area equipped for full control irrigation|
|Part of cultivated area under irrigation|
|Selected river basins:|
This section contains several downloadable spatial datasets. These digital datalayers are being used by FAO for regional, continental and global spatial analyses related to the field of water resources and irrigation.
|Maps in GeoNetwork: GeoNetwork is an opensource depository that allows users to share geographically referenced thematic information between different organizations.|
|Downloadable maps: Maps of hydrological basins and rivers, downloadable in .png format.|
|Basins, rivers and dams in Google Earth: A google .kml file, suitable for viewing basins, rivers and dams in Google Earth. Click on each point for information about each dam.|
|Southern and Eastern|
|Western (Middle East)|
|Australia and New Zealand|
Finally, there is spatial information in the following three pages:
Geo-referenced dams database
Global map of irrigation areas
Climate Information tool
For more maps and spatial information please see .
The following maps were prepared as part of the regional report, and therefore, they are not updated. For the latest information, please do refer to the AQUASTAT database.
Your access to AQUASTAT and use of any of its information or data is subject to the terms and conditions laid down in the User Agreement.
|Printer friendly version|
|© FAO, 2015||Questions or feedback? email@example.com||Top|