The graph and table below give information about water use worldwide and water consumption in two different countries
Trends of water usage
The line chart exhibits how much water is used for three different sectors over a-decade period from 1900 to 2000, while the table compares between Brazil and Congo in consuming water I 2000. Overall, it is interesting to notice that global water spending was used mostly in agriculture sector during the period, while Brazil consumed more water that Congo.
Firstly, the data shown by line chart reveal that there were upward of using water trend in all sectors. Agriculture is the biggest water consumed sector. In the first period it only spent 500 Km3, and went up by more than twice in 2000. Moreover, a slightly different was presented by industrial and domestic aspect which stood at almost 0 in the first, but they witnessed a different increase in the end of the period. Industrial spent more than 1000, twice as much as domestic sector.
Turning to the table comparing water spent between Brazil and Congo, the former has spent more water for irrigated-land than latter with average 359m3 each person. Brazilian population was also three fold higher than Congo population.