Dear instructor, Please help me look at this one I wrote and checked. Much appreciated! -- SherylTask 1 "Percentage of water used for different purposes in six areas of the world"
the analysis of water usage in the world
The charts give us information on water use in six regions of the world. It seems obvious that developed areas differ from developing ones in terms of the way that the largest amount of water is used.
In the developed areas of North America and Europe, industrial uses takes up 48% and 53% respectively. By contrast, developing areas, such as Central Asia and South East Asia, allocate much less water(from 5% to 12%) for industrial purpose.
With no more than 20% (10%, considering 3 out of the 4 developing regions) of water distributed to households, developing regions have most of their water resources used for agriculture. The percentage goes up to 88% in Central Asia, while the proportion in South East Asia, though lower than the other two developing regions, still contributes to 81% of total use.
So as we can see, water use among areas depend largely on their structure and conditions of economy. The difference can be extremely significant comparing industrialized and under-development states.