- Current (LandScan 2007)
- 2030 Change based on A1/B1 Storyline
- 2030 Change based on A2 Storyline
- 2050 Change based on A1/B1 Storyline
- 2050 Change based on A2 Storyline
- 2100 Change based on A1/B1 Storyline
- 2100 Change based on A2 Storyline

Per capita water availability has been calculated on a watershed basis using the most detailed digital basin boundaries available, outputs of precipitation minus evaporation (as a proxy for runoff) from the CCSM3 climate model, and population based on a combination of Global LandScan 2007 current population distribution and downscaled CIESIN country-level growth projections.

Legend Explanation: "Very severe water stress" indicates that < 500 cubic meters/person/year of freshwater is projected for the basin, "Severe water stress" indicates between 500 and 1000 cubic meters/person/year, "Some water stress" indicates between 1000 and 1700 cubic meters/person/year, and "Adequate water supply" indicates that more than 1700 cubic meters/person/year is projected for the basin.

- Current (Only A1FI shown)
- 2025 based on A1FI Emissions Scenario and A1 Population
- 2025 based on A1FI Emissions Scenario and A2 Population
- 2025 based on A1B Emissions Scenario and A1 Population
- 2025 based on A2 Emissions Scenario and A2 Population
- 2025 based on B1 Emissions Scenario and B1 Population
- 2050 based on A1FI Emissions Scenario and A1 Population
- 2050 based on A1FI Emissions Scenario and A2 Population
- 2050 based on A1B Emissions Scenario and A1 Population
- 2050 based on A2 Emissions Scenario and A2 Population
- 2050 based on B1 Emissions Scenario and B1 Population
- 2100 based on A1FI Emissions Scenario and A1 Population
- 2100 based on A1FI Emissions Scenario and A2 Population
- 2100 based on A1B Emissions Scenario and A1 Population
- 2100 based on A2 Emissions Scenario and A2 Population
- 2100 based on B1 Emissions Scenario and B1 Population

- Current Flood Hazards (Data Source: World Bank)
- Current Drought Hazards (Data Source: World Bank)
- Renewable Water Supply Per Person by Basin for 1995 and Projections for 2025
- Map Source: Watersheds of the World eAtlas (a collaborative effort by IUCN, IWMI, Ramsan and WRI)