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Canada - Total internal renewable water resources per capita

77,818.0 (cubic meters) in 2017

In 2017, internal renewable water resources per capita for Canada was 77,818 cubic meters. Between 1972 and 2017, internal renewable water resources per capita of Canada was declining at a moderating rate to shrink from 128,633 cubic meters in 1972 to 77,818 cubic meters in 2017.

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What is internal renewable water resources per capita?

Total annual internal renewable water resources per inhabitant

What is Canada internal renewable water resources per capita?

Date Value Change, %
2017 77,818.0 -4.70 %
2012 81,660.0 -5.39 %
2007 86,311.0 -5.15 %
2002 90,993.0 -4.53 %
1997 95,308.0 -5.08 %
1992 100,409.0 -6.39 %
1987 107,264.0 -5.75 %
1982 113,813.0 -5.19 %
1977 120,040.0 -6.68 %
1972 128,633.0 -7.92 %
1967 139,699.0 -8.49 %
1962 152,659.0

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