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Volume of groundwater produced internally

(billion cubic meters)

In 2014, volume of groundwater produced in Israel was 0.5 billion cubic meters. In the ranking by volume of groundwater produced including 170 countries, Israel has the 34th rank that is close to the positions of such countries as Timor-Leste and the Pakistan. Compared to Somalia which at the top of the ranking with volume of groundwater produced of 3.3 billion cubic meters in 2014, Israel has 84.85 % percent lower volume of groundwater produced.

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What is volume of groundwater produced?

Long-term annual average groundwater recharge, generated from precipitation within the boundaries of the country. Renewable groundwater resources of the country are computed either by estimating annual infiltration rate (in arid countries) or by computing river base flow (in humid countries)