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Iceland - Total renewable water resources

170.0 (billion cubic meters per year) in 2014

Between 1972 and 2014, Iceland renewable water resources remained stable at around 170 billion cubic meters per year.

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What is renewable water resources?

Total Natural Renewable Water Resources (TRWR_natural): The long-term average sum of internal renewable water resources (IRWR) and external natural renewable water resources (ERWR_natural). It corresponds to the maximum theoretical yearly amount of water actually available for a country at a given moment.

What is Iceland renewable water resources?

Date Value Change, %
2014 170.0 0.00 %
2012 170.0 0.00 %
2007 170.0 0.00 %
2002 170.0 0.00 %
1997 170.0 0.00 %
1992 170.0 0.00 %
1987 170.0 0.00 %
1982 170.0 0.00 %
1977 170.0 0.00 %
1972 170.0 0.00 %
1967 170.0 0.00 %
1962 170.0