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Table 3.

WFs and the sources of YN's rice consumption.

RegionRice supply to YN (million ton)% of total rice supplyWater productivity (kg/m3)Total WF (million m3)% of total WFRegional agricultural water withdraw (million m3)% of water withdraw
YN 6.79 70.7 1.285 5,285.3 67.7 10,520 50.2 
NC 2.39 24.9 1.197 1,996.0 25.5 48,980 4.1 
SC 0.28 3.0 0.903 313.9 4.0 63,120 0.5 
SA 0.14 1.4 0.632 217.1 2.8 164,195 0.1 
Summary 9.60 100.0 0.929 7,812.4 100 286,815 2.7 
RegionRice supply to YN (million ton)% of total rice supplyWater productivity (kg/m3)Total WF (million m3)% of total WFRegional agricultural water withdraw (million m3)% of water withdraw
YN 6.79 70.7 1.285 5,285.3 67.7 10,520 50.2 
NC 2.39 24.9 1.197 1,996.0 25.5 48,980 4.1 
SC 0.28 3.0 0.903 313.9 4.0 63,120 0.5 
SA 0.14 1.4 0.632 217.1 2.8 164,195 0.1 
Summary 9.60 100.0 0.929 7,812.4 100 286,815 2.7 

Note: In this study, the water productivity is defined as the production of rice product by a cubic meter of water. The regional agricultural water withdraw are from aggregation of statistic reports by governmental agencies.

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