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Georgia - Total internal renewable water resources per capita

14,532.0 (cubic meters) in 2014

In 2014, internal renewable water resources per capita for Georgia was 14,532 cubic meters. Internal renewable water resources per capita of Georgia increased from 11,813 cubic meters in 1997 to 14,532 cubic meters in 2014 growing at an average annual rate of 5.32 %.

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Total annual internal renewable water resources per inhabitant

What is Georgia internal renewable water resources per capita?

Date Value Change, %
2014 14,532.0 3.47 %
2012 14,044.0 5.96 %
2007 13,254.0 5.57 %
2002 12,555.0 6.28 %
1997 11,813.0 8.64 %
1992 10,874.0