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Answer: What Percent of the World’s Water is Drinkable Surface Water?

What Percent of the World’s Water is Drinkable Surface Water? (Water Not In Glaciers or Underground)

.3%

First of all, Surface water is water in a river, lake or fresh water wetland. Surface water is naturally replenished by precipitation and naturally lost through discharge to the oceans, evaporation, evapotranspiration and sub-surface.

Basically out of the World’s Water Supply 97% of it is Saline, or Salt Water, so 3% is Fresh Water, of that 3%; 68.7% is in Icecaps and Glaciers, 30.1% is Ground Water 0.9% is other and 0.3% of that is surface water which is tied up in Lakes, Swamps and Rivers. What’s the 87% of lakes from the 0.3% of surface water from the 3% of Fresh water? I don’t know, that’s math I can’t do but here’s a nifty graph to help out with the math.

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