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Over 50% of the global population lives in urban areas, and water can be directed via tens of kilometres of pipelines. Still, however, a large part of the world's population is directly dependent on access to natural freshwater sources. This dataset presents a global analysis of the distance of populations to freshwater sources.
|Date made available||20 Dec 2017|
|Publisher||Dryad Digital Repository|
Kummu, M., de Moel, H., Ward, P. J. & Varis, O., 2011, In : PloS one. 6, 6, p. 1-13 e20578.
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Kummu, M. (Creator), de Moel, H. (Creator), Ward, P. J. (Creator), Varis, O. (Creator) (20 Dec 2017). How Close Do We Live to Water? A Global Analysis of Population Distance to Freshwater Bodies. Dryad Digital Repository. 10.5061/dryad.71c6r