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Ground Water in the Central African Republic

56 10^9 m3/year in 2017

Between 1972 and 2017, Central African Republic ground water remained stable at around 56 10^9 m3/year.

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Date Value Change, %
2017 56.00 0.00 %
2012 56.00 0.00 %
2007 56.00 0.00 %
2002 56.00 0.00 %
1997 56.00 0.00 %
1992 56.00 0.00 %
1987 56.00 0.00 %
1982 56.00 0.00 %
1977 56.00 0.00 %
1972 56.00 0.00 %
1967 56.00 0.00 %
1962 56.00
Democratic Republic of the Congo 421 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Congo 122 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Cameroon 100 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Nigeria 87 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Gabon 62 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Angola 58 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Madagascar 55 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Zambia 47 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Liberia 45 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
External 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Internal 56 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Precipitation 1,343 mm/year in 2017 FAO
Pressure on Water Resources 0.05 % in 2005 FAO
Surface Water Resources 141 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO

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