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'''If you have more information on the hydrogeology of Guinea Bissau, please get in touch
'''If you have more information on the hydrogeology of Guinea Bissau, please get in touch'''
Revision as of 17:52, 22 September 2015
This page has limited information and needs to be updated. If you have more information on the hydrogeology of Guinea Bissau, please get in touch!
Dr Kirsty Upton and Brighid Ó Dochartaigh, British Geological Survey, UK
|Estimated Population in 2013*||1,704,255|
|Rural Population (% of total) (2013)*||52.3%|
|Total Surface Area*||28,120 sq km|
|Agricultural Land (% of total area) (2012)*||58.0%|
|Border Countries||Senegal, Guinea|
|Annual Freshwater Withdrawal (2013)*||175 Million cubic metres|
|Annual Freshwater Withdrawal for Agriculture (2013)*||82.3%|
|Annual Freshwater Withdrawal for Domestic Use (2013)*||13.1%|
|Annual Freshwater Withdrawal for Industry (2013)*||4.6%|
|Rural Population with Access to Improved Water Source (2012)*||55.5%|
|Urban Population with Access to Improved Water Source (2012)*||96.1%|
* Source: World Bank
For further detail on the climate datasets used see the climate resources section.
The geology map shows a simplified version of the geology at a national scale. More information is available in the report UN (1988) (see References section, below).
The hydrogeology map below shows a simplified version of the type and productivity of the main aquifers at a national scale (see the Aquifer properties resource page for more details).
More information on the hydrogeology of Guinea Bissau is available in the report UN (1988) (see References section, below).
For further information about transboundary aquifers, please see the Transboundary aquifers resources page.
References with more information on the geology and hydrogeology of Guinea Bissau can be accessed through the Africa Groundwater Literature Archive.
United Nations. 1988. Groundwater in North and West Africa: Guinea-Bissau. United Nations Department of Technical Cooperation for Development and Economic Commission for Africa.