Part 1: Population
1: Out of Iraq, Turkey, and Syria, Syria has the smallest population out of the countries.
2: Syria's graph that in the future we will have over 100% of the population we have now.
3: With the growing population, each person will have less and less water and the accessibility will dwindle.
4: The change in the regions population can effect individual countries because every country will need more water which could lead to more arguments over water.
Part 2: Water Availability and Use
1: Syria uses less water than they have, therefore there is water left over.
2: Over half of the water Syria receives is External, the amount of internal water is very little compared to external.
3: Syria take out more water than they have on the inside, so the rely on the water more on the outside
Part 3: Water Needs
1: Agriculture gets 97% of the water while industries get 1% and domestic use is only 2%. Syria should even out the water usage more between each one, especially domestic use because people need water to live for bathing, drinking, cooking, cleaning, etc,.
2: Syria wastes most of their water on farming and agriculture.