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The Water Atlas

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- Americans consume 600 liters of water per day, Europeans 250, and Africans 30.
- Just 9 countries possess 60 percent of the world's supply of fresh water: Brazil, Russia, China, Canada, Indonesia, United States, India, Colombia, and Zaire.
- It takes 8 gallons of water to grow a single tomato.
Paperback, 127 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by New Press, The
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This atlas would be a good choice for you if you are interested in information and statistics about WATER RESOURCES. Or if you are going to write a project or a paper about WATER issues then it would be an ideal reference in your bibliography.
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