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1. Aquaculture Production - Inland Waters [geodata_2125]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


2. Aquaculture Production - Marine [geodata_1644]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


3. Aquaculture Production - Total [geodata_0932]
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION The annual series of aquaculture production begin in 1950 for the quantities and in 1984 for the values. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, mollusks, ...


4. Arable Land [geodata_0686]
Arable Land: land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (less ...


5. Arable and Permanent Crops [geodata_0771]
Arable Land: land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (less ...


6. Phosphate (P2O5 Total Nutrients) - Consumption [geodata_2015]
Fertilizer consumption refers to the application of nutrients in terms of nitrogen (N), phosphate (P2O5), and potash (K2O) consumed in agriculture by a country. All figures are given in Tonnes (T) ...


7. Phosphate (P2O5 Total Nutrients) - Production [geodata_2012]
Fertilizer consumption refers to the application of nutrients in terms of nitrogen (N), phosphate (P2O5), and potash (K2O) consumed in agriculture by a country. All figures are given in Metric Tonnes ...


8. Population Affected by Water Related Disease [geodata_1949]
The population affected by water related disease is estimated by the number of people having an infectious illness related to the water use.


9. Population in Drylands - Percent of Total Population [geodata_1507]
The concept of drylands continues to be debated. In this data set, drylands are taken as areas with a potential hazard of desertification. The hyperarid zone is not subject to desertification and ...


10. Population in Drylands - Total [geodata_1504]
The concept of drylands continues to be debated. In this data set, drylands are taken as areas with a potential hazard of desertification. The hyperarid zone is not subject to desertification and ...


11. Potash (K2O Total Nutrients) - Consumption [geodata_2009]
Fertilizer consumption refers to the application of nutrients in terms of nitrogen (N), phosphate (P2O5), and potash (K2O) consumed in agriculture by a country. All figures are given in Tonnes (T) ...


12. Potash (K2O Total Nutrients) - Production [geodata_2006]
Fertilizer consumption refers to the application of nutrients in terms of nitrogen (N), phosphate (P2O5), and potash (K2O) consumed in agriculture by a country. All figures are given in Metric Tons ...


13. Potential Rainfed Food Production - Low Inputs [geodata_1394]
The potential food production in an area is indicated by the anticipated yield level calculated on the basis of a land class potential yield for low inputs and the extent of suitable land in the pixel.


14. Primary Forest Annual Change [geodata_1832]
Primary Forest is a forest where there are no clearly visible indications of human activities and the ecological processes are not significantly disturbed and composed of indigenous trees, and not ...


15. Primary Forest Extent [geodata_1829]
Primary Forest is a forest where there are no clearly visible indications of human activities and the ecological processes are not significantly disturbed and composed of indigenous trees, and not ...


16. Proportion of Land Area Covered by Forest [geodata_2238]
Forest: Land spanning more than 0.5 hectares with trees higher than 5 meters and a canopy cover of more than 10 percent, or trees able to reach these thresholds in situ. It does not include land ...


17. Proportion of Total Renewable Water Resources [geodata_1610]
Renewable resources: Total resources that are offered by the average annual natural inflow and runoff that feed each hydrosystem (catchment area or aquifer).


18. Nitrogen (N Total Nutrients) - Consumption [geodata_2021]
Fertilizer consumption refers to the application of nutrients in terms of nitrogen (N), phosphate (P2O5), and potash (K2O) consumed in agriculture by a country. All figures are given in Tonnes (T) ...


19. Nitrogen (N Total Nutrients) - Production [geodata_2018]
Fertilizer consumption refers to the application of nutrients in terms of nitrogen (N), phosphate (P2O5), and potash (K2O) consumed in agriculture by a country. All figures are given in Metric Tonnes ...


20. Oil Palm Fruit - Area Harvested [geodata_2209]
Oil Palm Fruit: Elaeis guineensis. The oil palm produces bunches containing a large number of fruits with the fleshy mesocarp enclosing a kernel that is covered by a very hard shell. FAO considers ...


21. Other Wooded Land Extent [geodata_1748]
Forest/Other wooded land of naturally regenerated native species where there are clearly visible indications of human activities. Includes, but not limited to: selectively logged-over areas, areas ...


22. Permanent Crops [geodata_0691]
Permanent Crops: Land cultivated with crops that occupy the land for long periods and need not be replanted after each harvest, such as cocoa, coffee and rubber; this category includes land under ...


23. Permanent Crops Irrigated [geodata_2137]
Permanent crops irrigated, area of the "Permanent crops" which is actually irrigated in a given year.


24. Permanent Meadows and Pastures [geodata_1698]
Permanent Pasture: land used permanently (five years or more) for herbaceous forage crops, either cultivated or growing wild (wild prairie or grazing land). The dividing line between this category ...


25. Pesticides Consumption - Fongicides, Bactericides [geodata_1752]
Pesticides Consumption corresponds to the quantities of pesticides used in (or sold to) the agricultural sector. Figures are generally expressed in terms of active ingredients data. Fungicides and ...


26. Pesticides Consumption - Herbicides [geodata_1106]
Pesticides Consumption corresponds to the quantities of pesticides used in (or sold to) the agricultural sector. Figures are generally expressed in terms of active ingredients data. Herbicides include: ...


27. Pesticides Consumption - Insecticides [geodata_1109]
Pesticides Consumption corresponds to the quantities of pesticides used in (or sold to) the agricultural sector. Figures are generally expressed in terms of active ingredients data. Insecticides ...


28. Pesticides Consumption - Mineral Oils [geodata_1112]
Pesticides Consumption corresponds to the quantities of pesticides used in (or sold to) the agricultural sector. Figures are generally expressed in terms of active ingredients data.


29. Pesticides Consumption - Plant Growth Regulators [geodata_1115]
Pesticides Consumption corresponds to the quantities of pesticides used in (or sold to) the agricultural sector. Figures are generally expressed in terms of active ingredients data.


30. Pesticides Consumption - Rodenticides [geodata_1118]
Pesticides Consumption corresponds to the quantities of pesticides used in (or sold to) the agricultural sector. Figures are generally expressed in terms of active ingredients data. Rodenticides ...


31. Rapeseed (Colza) - Area Harvested [geodata_2210]
Rapeseed: Brassica napus var. oleifera. Valued mainly for its oil. Older varieties are rich in Erucic acid, which is considered unhealthy.


32. Roundwood - Production [geodata_0202]
Roundwood comprises wood in the rough, wood in its natural state as felled, or otherwise harvested, with or without bark, round, split, roughly squared or other forms (e.g. roots, stumps, burls, ...


33. Soil Production Index [geodata_1397]
The soil production index considers the suitability of the best adapted crop to each soil’s condition in an area and makes a weighted average for all soils present in a pixel based on the formula: ...


34. Soybeans - Area Harvested [geodata_2211]
Soybeans: Glycine soja. The most important oil crop. Also widely consumed as a bean and in the form of various derived products because of its high protein content, e.g. soya milk, meat, etc.


35. Sugar Beet - Area Harvested [geodata_2212]
Sugar beet: Beta vulgaris var. altissima. In some producing countries, marginal quantities are consumed, either directly as food or in the preparation of jams.


36. Sugar Cane - Area Harvested [geodata_2213]
Sugar cane: Saccharum officinarum. In some producing countries, marginal quantities of sugar cane are consumed, either directly as food or in the form of juice.


37. Sunflower Seed - Area Harvested [geodata_2214]
Sunflower seed: Helianthus annuus. Valued mainly for its oil. Minor uses include as a human food and as feed for birds.


38. Surface Water Produced Internally [geodata_1495]
Surface water produced internally: Long-term average annual volume of surface water generated by direct runoff from endogenous precipitation (surface runoff).


39. Total Area Equipped for Irrigation [geodata_2138]
Area equipped to provide water (via irrigation) to the crops. It includes areas equipped for full and partial control irrigation, equipped lowland areas, pastures, and areas equipped for spate irrigation.


40. Total Dam Capacity [geodata_1942]
The capacity of the dams indicated here is the theoretical initial capacity ; it does not change with time. The current dam capacity is the state of the dams at a given time that can be decreased ...


41. Total Forest Extent [geodata_0929]
Forest: Land spanning more than 0.5 hectares with trees higher than 5 meters and a canopy cover of more than 10 percent, or trees able to reach these thresholds in situ. It does not include land ...


42. Total Pesticides - Exports [geodata_2098]
Pesticide trade: Refers to the value of the type of pesticide (put up in forms or packings for retail sale or as preparations or articles), provided to (exports) or received (imported) from the rest ...


43. Total Pesticides - Imports [geodata_2099]
Pesticide trade: Refers to the value of the type of pesticide (put up in forms or packings for retail sale or as preparations or articles), provided to (exports) or received (imported) from the rest ...


44. Treated Waste Water Reused [geodata_1021]
Reused treated wastewater corresponds to an annual quantity of treated wastewater that is reused. The treated wastewater is wastewater discharged from treatment plant (effluent).


45. Water Resources - Dependency Ratio [geodata_1497]
Dependency ratio expresses the part of the total renewable water resources originating outside the country. This indicator may theoretically vary between 0% ( the country does not receive water from ...


46. Water Resources - Overlap between Surface Water and Groundwater [geodata_1947]
Overlap between surface water and groundwater: Part of the renewable water resources which is common to both surface water and groundwater. It is equal to groundwater drainage into rivers (typically, ...


47. Water Resources - Total Exploitable [geodata_1960]
Exploitable water resources (Billion cubic meters) (also called manageable water resources or water development potential) correspond to the water resources considered to be available for development ...


48. Water Resources - Total External (Actual) [geodata_1492]
Total actual external renewable water resources (ERWR actual): That part of the country's annual renewable water resources which is not generated in the country. It includes inflows from upstream ...


49. Water Resources - Total Internal Renewable [geodata_1004]
Total Internal renewable water resources (IRWR): long-term average annual flow of rivers and recharge of aquifers generated from endogenous precipitation. Double counting of surface water and groundwater ...


50. Water Resources - Total Renewable (Actual) [geodata_1943]
Total actual renewable water resources (TARWR): The sum of internal renewable water resources and incoming flow originating outside the country. The computation of TARWR takes into account upstream ...


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