Difference between revisions of "Water stress - grid"

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|Label=Water stress
 
|Label=Water stress
|Description=Water stress is a basin scale indicator of the mean annual water demand to availability ratio. This ratio gives an indication for the level of water stress experienced in the basin. Basins with a water demand to availability ratio above 0.2 are considered medium water stressed, basins with ratios above 0.4 are severely water stressed.  
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|ShortDescription=Water stress expressed as the ratio of mean annual water demand to availability, aggregated to basin level (0.2-0.4 medium water stress; >0.4  severe water stress)
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|Description=Water stress is a basin scale indicator of the mean annual water demand to availability ratio. This ratio gives an indication for the level of water stress experienced in the basin. Basins with a water demand to availability ratio above 0.2 are considered medium water stressed, basins with ratios above 0.4 are severely water stressed.
 
|Dimension=time, worldgrid
 
|Dimension=time, worldgrid
 
|VariableType=model (end-indicator)
 
|VariableType=model (end-indicator)

Revision as of 13:53, 28 April 2014

Label: Water stress
Short description: Water stress expressed as the ratio of mean annual water demand to availability, aggregated to basin level (0.2-0.4 medium water stress; >0.4 severe water stress)
Description: Water stress is a basin scale indicator of the mean annual water demand to availability ratio. This ratio gives an indication for the level of water stress experienced in the basin. Basins with a water demand to availability ratio above 0.2 are considered medium water stressed, basins with ratios above 0.4 are severely water stressed.
Dimensions: time, worldgrid
Variable type: model (end-indicator)

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