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Environment > Water > Dissolved oxygen concentration: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Dissolved oxygen concentration
Units: Milligrams/Liter
Units: The country values represent averages of the station-level values for the three year time period 1994-96, exceptwhere data were only available for an earlier time period (1988-1993). The number of stations per country varies depending on country size; number of bodies of water; and level of participation in the GEMS monitoring system. The data from "The Wellbeing of Nations" included a smaller subset of stations representing outfalls of major watersheds. An analysis of a sample of countries with numerous stations found that the data for stations in the subset is broadly comparable to the data for all GEMS stations in those countries.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Greece 11.27 mls/litre 1994
2 Finland 11.19 mls/litre 1994
=3 Estonia 11.15 mls/litre 1994
=3 Austria 11.15 mls/litre 1994
5 Moldova 10.95 mls/litre 1994
=6 Canada 10.85 mls/litre 1994
=6 Ireland 10.85 mls/litre 1994
=6 Switzerland 10.85 mls/litre 1994
9 Hungary 10.82 mls/litre 1994
10 Latvia 10.75 mls/litre 1994
11 Australia 10.64 mls/litre 1994
12 Iran 10.57 mls/litre 1994
13 Germany 10.45 mls/litre 1994
14 United Kingdom 10.4 mls/litre 1994
=15 France 10.33 mls/litre 1994
=15 Israel 10.33 mls/litre 1994
=15 Czech Republic 10.33 mls/litre 1994
18 South Korea 10.32 mls/litre 1994
19 Kuwait 10.24 mls/litre 1994
20 Japan 10.18 mls/litre 1994
21 Slovakia 10.03 mls/litre 1994
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 10.03 mls/litre 1994
=22 Denmark 10 mls/litre 1994
=22 Argentina 10 mls/litre 1994
24 New Zealand 9.87 mls/litre 1994
25 Poland 9.86 mls/litre 1994
Eurozone average (profile) 9.8 mls/litre 1994
High income OECD countries average (profile) 9.79 mls/litre 1994
26 Netherlands 9.78 mls/litre 1994
=27 Slovenia 9.7 mls/litre 1994
=27 Romania 9.7 mls/litre 1994
29 Russia 9.69 mls/litre 1994
Non-religious countries average (profile) 9.65 mls/litre 1994
30 Trinidad and Tobago 9.61 mls/litre 1994
European Union average (profile) 9.61 mls/litre 1994
31 Tunisia 9.35 mls/litre 1994
32 Sweden 9.27 mls/litre 1994
33 United States 9.26 mls/litre 1994
NATO countries average (profile) 9.25 mls/litre 1994
34 Vietnam 9.23 mls/litre 1994
35 Norway 9.16 mls/litre 1994
36 Democratic Republic of the Congo 9.15 mls/litre 1994
37 Botswana 9.13 mls/litre 1994
38 Croatia 8.95 mls/litre 1994
39 Republic of Macedonia 8.93 mls/litre 1994
Cold countries average (profile) 8.91 mls/litre 1994
40 Jordan 8.91 mls/litre 1994
41 Haiti 8.9 mls/litre 1994
42 Belarus 8.81 mls/litre 1994
43 United Arab Emirates 8.74 mls/litre 1994
44 Italy 8.73 mls/litre 1994
45 Algeria 8.72 mls/litre 1994
46 Saudi Arabia 8.69 mls/litre 1994
47 Ukraine 8.6 mls/litre 1994
=48 Oman 8.57 mls/litre 1994
=48 Mongolia 8.57 mls/litre 1994
50 Dominica 8.5 mls/litre 1994
51 Mali 8.46 mls/litre 1994
52 Venezuela 8.4 mls/litre 1994
53 Iceland 8.39 mls/litre 1994
=54 Malawi 8.35 mls/litre 1994
=54 Spain 8.35 mls/litre 1994
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 8.33 mls/litre 1994
56 Paraguay 8.33 mls/litre 1994
57 Papua New Guinea 8.3 mls/litre 1994
OPEC countries average (profile) 8.27 mls/litre 1994
=58 Azerbaijan 8.27 mls/litre 1994
=58 Kazakhstan 8.27 mls/litre 1994
60 Philippines 8.24 mls/litre 1994
61 Bulgaria 8.23 mls/litre 1994
62 Uruguay 8.12 mls/litre 1994
63 Cuba 8.1 mls/litre 1994
64 Liberia 8.01 mls/litre 1994
65 China 7.99 mls/litre 1994
66 Laos 7.98 mls/litre 1994
67 Sudan 7.84 mls/litre 1994
68 Somalia 7.83 mls/litre 1994
69 Panama 7.78 mls/litre 1994
70 Turkey 7.77 mls/litre 1994
71 Uzbekistan 7.71 mls/litre 1994
Emerging markets average (profile) 7.7 mls/litre 1994
72 Angola 7.69 mls/litre 1994
73 Portugal 7.65 mls/litre 1994
74 Chile 7.62 mls/litre 1994
75 Honduras 7.61 mls/litre 1994
=76 Libya 7.58 mls/litre 1994
=76 Namibia 7.58 mls/litre 1994
78 South Africa 7.54 mls/litre 1994
79 Egypt 7.49 mls/litre 1994
80 Armenia 7.3 mls/litre 1994
=81 Togo 7.28 mls/litre 1994
=81 Iraq 7.28 mls/litre 1994
=83 Gabon 7.27 mls/litre 1994
=83 Brazil 7.27 mls/litre 1994
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 7.19 mls/litre 1994
85 Costa Rica 7.12 mls/litre 1994
=86 Pakistan 7.11 mls/litre 1994
=86 Peru 7.11 mls/litre 1994
88 Uganda 7.04 mls/litre 1994
89 Kyrgyzstan 6.93 mls/litre 1994
failed states average (profile) 6.91 mls/litre 1994
90 Tanzania 6.87 mls/litre 1994
91 Kenya 6.83 mls/litre 1994
92 Ghana 6.8 mls/litre 1994
South and Central Asia average (profile) 6.79 mls/litre 1994
93 Nigeria 6.77 mls/litre 1994
94 Turkmenistan 6.74 mls/litre 1994
95 North Korea 6.73 mls/litre 1994
96 Cote d'Ivoire 6.7 mls/litre 1994
97 Nepal 6.69 mls/litre 1994
98 Sri Lanka 6.64 mls/litre 1994
99 Guatemala 6.63 mls/litre 1994
100 Rwanda 6.62 mls/litre 1994
101 Albania 6.6 mls/litre 1994
Former French colonies average (profile) 6.59 mls/litre 1994
102 Ecuador 6.52 mls/litre 1994
103 Guinea 6.51 mls/litre 1994
South Asia average (profile) 6.47 mls/litre 1994
104 India 6.38 mls/litre 1994
105 Jamaica 6.3 mls/litre 1994
106 Nicaragua 6.28 mls/litre 1994
107 Benin 6.27 mls/litre 1994
108 Bhutan 6.26 mls/litre 1994
109 Morocco 6.25 mls/litre 1994
110 Madagascar 6.24 mls/litre 1994
111 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.15 mls/litre 1994
112 Bangladesh 6.13 mls/litre 1994
113 Mexico 6.1 mls/litre 1994
114 El Salvador 6.09 mls/litre 1994
115 Sierra Leone 6.07 mls/litre 1994
116 Burkina Faso 5.87 mls/litre 1994
117 Chad 5.85 mls/litre 1994
118 Syria 5.83 mls/litre 1994
119 Ethiopia 5.79 mls/litre 1994
=120 Tajikistan 5.78 mls/litre 1994
=120 Lebanon 5.78 mls/litre 1994
122 Zambia 5.77 mls/litre 1994
123 Guinea-Bissau 5.75 mls/litre 1994
124 Lithuania 5.68 mls/litre 1994
125 Belgium 5.62 mls/litre 1994
126 Colombia 5.55 mls/litre 1994
127 Mauritania 5.54 mls/litre 1994
128 Mozambique 5.44 mls/litre 1994
129 Niger 5.4 mls/litre 1994
130 Central African Republic 5.29 mls/litre 1994
131 Cameroon 4.87 mls/litre 1994
132 Burma 4.83 mls/litre 1994
133 Zimbabwe 4.8 mls/litre 1994
134 Cambodia 4.74 mls/litre 1994
135 Malaysia 4.54 mls/litre 1994
136 Senegal 4.43 mls/litre 1994
137 Burundi 3.94 mls/litre 1994
138 Bolivia 3.85 mls/litre 1994
139 The Gambia 3.75 mls/litre 1994
140 Indonesia 3.31 mls/litre 1994
141 Thailand 2.98 mls/litre 1994

Citation

"Countries Compared by Environment > Water > Dissolved oxygen concentration. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Global Environmental Monitoring System/Water Quality Monitoring System, with data for an additional 29 countries from Prescott-Allen,R. The Well being of Nations, Washington, DC: Island Press, 2001. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Environment/Water/Dissolved-oxygen-concentration

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Interesting observations about Environment > Water > Dissolved oxygen concentration

  • Australia ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Hot countries in 1994.
  • Iran ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Muslim countries in 1994.
  • Greece ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Christian countries in 1994.
  • Finland ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Cold countries in 1994.
  • Estonia ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Emerging markets in 1994.
  • Canada ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Former British colonies in 1994.
  • Austria ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Landlocked countries in 1994.
  • United States ranked second last for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 1994.
  • Argentina ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Former Spanish colonies in 1994.
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 1994.
  • Tunisia ranked first for water > dissolved oxygen concentration amongst Former French colonies in 1994.

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Posted on 24 Jun 2009

Norman Frodsham

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