Water Productivity Atlas

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“A one-stop shop for visualizing water productivity and water footprints”

The Water Productivity Atlas, developed by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) in partnership with the Indian Council of Agricultural Research under the CGIAR Initiative on NEXUS Gains, is a one-stop shop for visualizing water productivity (WP) and water footprints (WFP) of different crops, cropping patterns, and agricultural systems. Indicators include physical WP (kg/m3), economic WP ($/m3), nutritional WP (calorie, proteins, fat/m3), and blue and green WFP (m3/tonne). The blue WFP includes consumptive water use from both surface and groundwater. The online tool (https://indiawpatlas.shinyapps.io/wpatlas/) depicts indicators’ spatial and temporal variation across administrative units or river basins.

 

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Read this NEXUS Gains blog to learn more.

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