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ا سي آ ي بر لغ ةماعي ت ج وآلا ة صاديت ق آلا ة" ي جل ل آWafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009 Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009 El sistema de Cuentas Ambientales-Económicas Integradas para Agua SCAEI-A Cuenta de Activos Wafa Aboul Hosn Team leader, Statistics Division Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) Tel: (961 1) 978-519, Fax: (961 1) 981 510 Email: [email protected] Taller Técnico sobre Compilación de Cuentas del Agua en América Latina Santiago, Chile, 1–4 June de 2009 Traducción no oficial realizada por la División de Estadística y Proyecciones Económicas de la CEPAL la cual no ha sido sometida a revisión editorial.

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Taller Técnico sobre Compilación de Cuentas del Agua en América Latina Santiago, Chile, 1–4 June de 2009. El sistema de Cuentas Ambientales-Económicas Integradas para Agua SCAEI-A Cuenta de Activos. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009El sistema de Cuentas Ambientales-Econmicas Integradas para Agua SCAEI-ACuenta de ActivosWafa Aboul HosnTeam leader, Statistics DivisionEconomic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) Tel: (961 1) 978-519, Fax: (961 1) 981 510 Email: [email protected] Tcnico sobre Compilacin de Cuentas del Agua en Amrica LatinaSantiago, Chile, 14 June de 2009 Traduccin no oficial realizada por la Divisin de Estadstica y Proyecciones Econmicas de la CEPAL la cual no ha sido sometida a revisin editorial.

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009ContenidoCuentas del aguaSCAEI-A: un estndar estadsticoCuenta de activos del agua en el SCAEI-AActivos versus flujosSistema de informacin espacial (SIE) para recursos naturales Importancia de la cuenta de activos en el SCAEI-AQu hay en el captulo sobre la cuenta de activos?El ciclo del agua y el balance del aguaActivos del agua: definiciones y clasificacionesConsideraciones especialesTipos de recursos hdricosCuenta de activos vs. cuadros de oferta y utilizacin fsicaCuadros estandarizados y complementarios del SCAEI-ANacionalTransnacionalMatriz de flujos dentro del ambienteEjemplos de una cuenta de activos de agua en FilipinasRelacin con los cuestionarios de la DENURelevancia poltica

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Cuentas del aguaEl desarrollo de las cuentas del agua, desde una perspectiva de cuentas nacionales puede ser definida como el proceso de medicin sistemtica de flujos y activos de aguas superficiales y subterrneas, en trminos fsicos, de calidad y monetarios. Soulard, F. Statistics Canada. 2003. Water accounting at Statistics Canada: The inland fresh water assets account, London Group of Environmental Accounting Rome, November 2003

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009 SCAEI-A: un estndar estadsticoSCAEI-A

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Cuenta de activos de agua en el SCAEI-AEl Captulo 6 se enfoca en los activos: En La evaluacin cuantitativa de los activos y los cambios en stocks que ocurren durante el periodo contable.Capitulo 6 y su relacin con otros captulosCalidad???Valor $$$Evaluacin integradaFlujos???Los flujos estn en el captulo 3 en los COULas caractersticas cualitativas de los activos son tratadas en la cuenta de calidad (capitulo 7)Descripcin monetaria de los activos de agua: no existen tcnicas estandarizadas para medir el valor econmico y no econmico del agua (Captulo 8).Cantidad???

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009Activos versus flujos

    Ref.:George W. Harrison (1987). "stocks and flows," The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, v. 4, pp. 506-09. Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stock_vs._flow

    Un "flujo ocurre a lo largo del tiempo. Este debe ser medido por unidades de tiempo (dlares o toneladas por mes, ao,) Ejemplo: El agua que va a una tina de bao desde una llave de agua, es un flujo The Global Development And Environment Institute, Tufts University (GDAE), Un activo existe en un determinado momento del tiempo, (pudo haber sido acumulado en el pasado) y debe ser medido en unidades monetarias o fsicas (tales como: dlares o toneladas).Ejemplo: la cantidad del agua en una tina de bao.

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Vnculos entre flujos y activosActivos de aperturaActivos de cierre+ Activos- ActivosActividades humanas+Retornos(incluyendo depreciacin)flujoCmo los actuales niveles de extraccin y descargas afectan los activos de agua?Proceso natural+Precipitacin+EntradasActividades humanas-Extraccin Procesos naturales-Evapotranspiracin-Salidas

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Sistema de Informacin Espacial (SIE) para Recursos Naturales El soporte apropiado de un Sistema de Informacin Geogrfica (SIG) y un adecuado marco hidrolgico digital son esenciales para el desarrollo de las Cuentas del Agua.El SIE mantiene las cuentas con atributos espaciales: unidades geogrficas p.ej. zonas ecolgicas y cuencas hidrolgicas; as como lmites administrativos y estadsticosEl SIE provee dimensiones espaciales que son requeridas para modelar atributos hidrolgicos.El SIE debera incluir un esquema de digital drainage de estratos de caractersticas hidrolgicas, incluyendo ros, lagos y cuencas .Ref: Soulard, F. Water accounting at Statistics Canada: The inland fresh water assets account. London Group Meeting, 2003

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Importancia de la cuenta de activos en el SCAEI-AVincula la informacin sobre la extraccin y descarga de agua, con informacin de los activos de los recursos hdricos en el medio ambiente, con el fin de evaluar la manera en la que los actuales niveles de extraccin y descarga afectan a los activos del agua. til para equilibrar el uso del agua y los recursos disponibles en sus distintos compartimientos: acuferos, suelo, ros, canales, lagos y reservorios,..

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Qu hay en el captulo de cuenta de activos del agua?La cuenta de activos del agua describe el agua en el ambienteEl ciclo hidrolgico y cmo est representado en la cuenta de activosLos principios contables de la cuenta de activos fsicos; desde los niveles de activos de apertura hasta llegar a los activos de cierreLa clasificacin de recursos hdricos Cuadros estandarizados de compilacin La compilacin de la cuenta de activos para aguas transfronterizas.

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009El ciclo del aguaPrecipitacin = escorrenta + evapotranspiracin + infiltracin + intercepcin +/- cambio en almacenamiento (en suelo o roca )tierraLagosOcanosPrecipitacin74% del total de la precipitacinTranspiracin de plantasEvaporacin de ros (tierra) y mares (ocano)Escorrenta 10%(balance evaporacin-precipitacin de la tierra)Transferencia de vapor de agua 10%(balance evaporacin-precipitacin de la tierra)Evapotranspiracin(16% del total de evaporacin)Precipitacin26% de la precipitacin total

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009Cuenta de activos: definicin y clasificacin

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009Activos del agua: definicin

    Recursos de agua : el agua que se encuentra en cuerpos de agua superficial, dulce o salobre y el agua subterrnea dentro del territorio nacional, que provee beneficios de uso directo ahora o en el futuro (beneficios opcionales) a travs de la provisin de materia prima y puede estar sujeto a agotamiento por el uso humano.

    Agua superficial (EA.131):

    Agua subterrnea: (EA 132)

    Agua de suelo (EA.133)

    Es el agua que fluye sobre (o que es almacenada en) la superficie del sueloEs el agua que se colecta en las capas porosas de las formaciones subterrneas conocidas como acuferos. Es el agua suspendida en la capa ms superficial de la tierra, o en la zona de aireacin cerca de la superficie, que puede descargarse a la atmsfera por medio de la evapotranspiracin

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Consideraciones especialesVariabilidad espacial (en la cuenca del ro o los niveles de captacin)Variabilidad estacional/temporalEl stock de un ro:

    El volumen promedio que mantuvo el lecho del ro. Alternativa propuesta en SCAEI-A, p.ej. de la media anual de escorrenta [SCAEI-A, 2003, 8.112], equivalente al flujo acumulado concepto propuesto por Margat [1986; 1996].

    Los activos del agua subterrnea pueden ser medidos alternativamente, como el rendimiento sostenible y no como el volumen de almacenamiento

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Consideraciones especialesLas fronteras entre las categoras no son siempre precisosDisponibilidad de datosPrioridades de los pasesp.ej., Desagregacin de la clasificacin: lagos artificiales para hogares, agricultura, generacin de energa hidroelctrica y uso mixto

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Tipos de recursos hdricos: nivel de salinidadAgua dulce Naturalmente ocurre cuando el agua tiene bajas concentraciones de sales. Generalmente es apropiada para la extraccin y tratamiento para producir agua potable - Es frecuentemente la mayor fuente de suministro de agua- Es un importante recurso renovable.Agua salobre - Agua que contiene sales en concentraciones significativamente mas bajas que el agua del mar. La concentracin total de las sales disueltas usualmente se encuentra en un rango de 1,000-10,000 (mg/l). - Esta puede ser utilizada con o sin tratamiento para algunos usos industriales o para propsitos de irrigacin en algunos cultivos especficos o en la acuicultura.El nivel de salinidad que distingue al agua dulce del agua salobre varia entre pases.http://unstats.un.org/unsd/ENVIRONMENTGL/

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Cuentas para agua transfronterizaCuota indicada en el tratado internacional apertura/cierre activosSin tratado partes iguales(p.ej., si el ro limita con 2 pases, la cantidad de entradas sera: 50/50)

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009Cuenta de activos vs cuadros de oferta y utilizacin fsica

    Cuenta de activosCuadros de oferta y utilizacin fsicaMarAgua que fluye hacia los ocanos y mares (salidas desde ros)Agua extrada desde el mar y retornada hacia el mar (p.ej., enfriamiento, desalinizacin)Evaporacin & EvapotranspiracinAgua vaporizada y evapotranspirada desde recursos hdricosLa cual ocurre dentro de la espera econmica (p.ej., parte del agua para consumo)PrecipitacinPrecipitacin haca los recursos hdricos (flujo desde la atmsfera hacia aguas o recursos hdricos continentales)Precipitacin directamente usada por la economa (p.ej., cosecha de lluvias)

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009SCAEI-ACuenta de activosCuadros estandarizados y complementarios

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  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2008Cuadro 6.1 Cuenta de activos Activos de apertura e incremento de activosSource: SEEAW-Land

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    Sheet1

    Physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    5.a. To water resources

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    Sheet2

    Emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    Sheet3

    Hybrid supply and use tables (Chapter 5)

    Physical and monetary units

    Output of industries (by ISIC categories)ImportsTaxes less Subsidies on productsTrade and transport marginsTotal supply at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total output, at basic prices

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    2.a Supply of water to other economic units

    2.b Total returns

    3. Total (gross) emissions (Physical units)

    Physical and monetary units

    Intermediate consumption of industries (by ISIC categories)Actual final consumptionCapital formationExportsTotal uses at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernmentTotal

    Totalof which: HydroFinal consumption expendituresSocial transfers in kind from Government and NPISHsTotal

    1. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total value added (Monetary units)

    3. Total use of water (Physical units)

    3.a (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which: 3.a.1- Abstraction for own use

    3.b - Use of water received from other economic units

    Sheet4

    Hybrid account for supply and use of water

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)Rest of the worldTaxes less subsidies on products, trade and transport marginsActual final consumptionCapital FormationTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernment

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    2.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    2.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    3. Total value added (gross) (= 1-2) (Monetary units)

    4. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    of which:

    4.a. for water supply

    4.b. for water sanitation

    5. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water supply (Monetary units)

    6. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water sanitation (Monetary units)

    7. Total use of water (Physical units)

    7.a. (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which:7. a.1- Abstraction for own use

    7.b. Use of water received from other economic units

    8. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    8.a. Supply of water to other economic units

    8.b. Total returns

    9. Total (gross) emissions of COD (Physical units)

    Hybrid account for water supply and sewerage for own use

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsTotal industry

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    Totalof which: Hydro

    Water supply for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Abstraction for own use (Physical units)

    Sewerage for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1.a. Total intermediate consumption (Monetary units)

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Return of treated water (Physical units)

    Sheet5

    Government accounts for water-related collective consumption services

    Monetary units

    Government (ISIC 84) (by COFOG categories)

    5.205.3 (part)5.66.3

    Wastewater managementSoil and groundwater protectionEnvironmental protection n.e.c.Water supply

    1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Consumption of fixed capital

    National expenditure accounts for wastewater management

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of Wastewater services (CPC 941 and CPC 91123)

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formationNa

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition; Na not applicable in the case of wastewater management

    Financing accounts for wastewater management11

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    [1] These tables are also compiled for Water management and exploitation.

    Sheet6

    Cuenta de activos

    Unidades fsicas(Millon de metros cbicos)

    EA.131 Aguas superficialesEA.132 Agua subterrneaEA.133 Agua de sueloTotal

    EA.1311 Reservorios artificialessEA.1312 LagosEA.1313 RosEA.1314

    Nieve,hielo y glaciares

    1. Activos de apertura

    Incremento en activos

    2. Retornos desde la economa

    3. Precipitacin

    4. Entradas

    4.a. desde territorio ro arriba

    4.b. Desde otros recursos en el territorio

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction2802014147650967

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration802155421,12521,474

    7. Outflows1,00010020,7730871,78723,747

    7.a to downstream territories9,4309,430

    7.b to the sea10,00010,000

    7.c to other resources in the territory1,0001001,3430871,7874,317

    8. Other changes in volume

    9. Closing Stocks1,6182,9504,272100,189533109,562

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet11

    Table6.3: Asset account at national level

    Water Resources (classified according to the asset classification)Total

    Legal quotas established by treatiesof which Transboundary waters

    1. Opening Stocks

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns (a)

    3. Precipitation

    4. Inflows

    4.a from upstream territories(a):

    4.a.1 Country 1

    4.b from other Water Resources in the territoryNA

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction (a)

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration

    7. Outflows

    7.a to other Water Resources in the territoryNa

    7.b to the seaNa

    7.c to downstream territories

    7.c.1 Country 2

    Other changes in volumeNA

    Closing Stocks

    Note: (a) Each of these flows may be subject to quotas established in treaties and agreements between riparian countries; Na not applicable

    Table6.4: Asset Accounts for a river basin shared by two countries

    Water ResourcesTotal

    (classified according to the asset classification)

    Country 1Country 2

    1. Opening Stocks

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns(a):

    2.a by Country 1

    2.b by Country 2

    3. Precipitation

    4. Inflows from other resources(a):

    4.a Country 1

    4.b Country 2

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction(a):

    5.a by Country 1

    5.b by Country 2

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration

    7. Outflows to other resources in the country(a):

    7.a Country 1

    7.b Country 2

    8. Outflows to the sea

    9. Other Volume changes

    10. Closing Stocks

    Note: (a) Each of these flows may be subject to quotas established in treaties and agreements between riparian countries. Information on these quotas should be reported in a separate column when available.

    Sheet7

    Annex I. Set of supplementary tables for the water accounts

    Supplementary information (in italics) to the physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Other

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    of which:

    2.a. Reused water

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    4.c. Desalinated water

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Losses in distribution because of leakages

    Treated wastewater

    Other

    5.a. To water resources(=5.a.1+5.a.2+5.a.3)

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    of which:

    7.a. Losses in distribution not because of leakages

    Matrix of flows of water within the economy

    Physical units

    UserIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal Supply

    (Row 4 of Table3.1)

    Supplier 1-Mar5-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Industries1-Mar

    (by ISIC categories)5-33, 41-43

    35

    36

    37

    38,39, 45-99

    Total

    Households

    Rest of the world

    Total Use (Row 2 of Table3.1)

    Sheet8

    Supplementary information to the emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    Sludge indicators

    ISIC 37

    Total sewage sludge produced (vol.)

    Load in total sewage sludge

    Sheet9

    Supplementary information to hybrid and economic accounts (Chapter 5)

    Economic accounts supplementary information

    Industry (by ISIC categories)

    12-33,35363738,39,Total industry

    41-43totalof which: hydro45-99

    Labour input

    Number of workers

    Total hours worked

    National expenditure accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of EP services

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formation

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition,

    Financing accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet10

    Supplementary information to the asset accounts (Chapter 6)

    Matrix of flows between water resources

    Physical units

    EA.131 Surface waterEA.132 GroundwaterEA.133 Soil waterOutflows to other resources in the territory

    EA.1311 Artificial ReservoirsEA.1312 LakesEA.1313 RiversEA.1314

    Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    EA.1311 Artificial Reservoirs

    EA.1312 Lakes

    EA.1313 Rivers

    EA.1314 Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    EA.132 Groundwater

    EA.133 Soil water

    Inflows from other resources in the territory

    Quality accounts (Chapter 7)

    Quality accounts

    Physical units

    Quality classes

    Quality 1Quality 2Quality 3Quality nTotal

    Opening stocks

    Changes in stocks

    Closing stocks

    Supplementary information to the water accounts

    Social indicators

    Access to water and sanitation

    Proportion of population with sustainable access to an improved water source, urban and rural

    Proportion of population with access to improved sanitation, urban and rural

    Total population

  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Cuadro 6.1 Cuenta de activosdisminucin de activos y activos de cierre Source: SEEAW-Land

    Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009

    Sheet1

    Physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    5.a. To water resources

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    Sheet2

    Emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    Sheet3

    Hybrid supply and use tables (Chapter 5)

    Physical and monetary units

    Output of industries (by ISIC categories)ImportsTaxes less Subsidies on productsTrade and transport marginsTotal supply at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total output, at basic prices

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    2.a Supply of water to other economic units

    2.b Total returns

    3. Total (gross) emissions (Physical units)

    Physical and monetary units

    Intermediate consumption of industries (by ISIC categories)Actual final consumptionCapital formationExportsTotal uses at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernmentTotal

    Totalof which: HydroFinal consumption expendituresSocial transfers in kind from Government and NPISHsTotal

    1. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total value added (Monetary units)

    3. Total use of water (Physical units)

    3.a (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which: 3.a.1- Abstraction for own use

    3.b - Use of water received from other economic units

    Sheet4

    Hybrid account for supply and use of water

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)Rest of the worldTaxes less subsidies on products, trade and transport marginsActual final consumptionCapital FormationTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernment

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    2.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    2.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    3. Total value added (gross) (= 1-2) (Monetary units)

    4. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    of which:

    4.a. for water supply

    4.b. for water sanitation

    5. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water supply (Monetary units)

    6. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water sanitation (Monetary units)

    7. Total use of water (Physical units)

    7.a. (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which:7. a.1- Abstraction for own use

    7.b. Use of water received from other economic units

    8. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    8.a. Supply of water to other economic units

    8.b. Total returns

    9. Total (gross) emissions of COD (Physical units)

    Hybrid account for water supply and sewerage for own use

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsTotal industry

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    Totalof which: Hydro

    Water supply for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Abstraction for own use (Physical units)

    Sewerage for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1.a. Total intermediate consumption (Monetary units)

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Return of treated water (Physical units)

    Sheet5

    Government accounts for water-related collective consumption services

    Monetary units

    Government (ISIC 84) (by COFOG categories)

    5.205.3 (part)5.66.3

    Wastewater managementSoil and groundwater protectionEnvironmental protection n.e.c.Water supply

    1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Consumption of fixed capital

    National expenditure accounts for wastewater management

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of Wastewater services (CPC 941 and CPC 91123)

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formationNa

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition; Na not applicable in the case of wastewater management

    Financing accounts for wastewater management11

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    [1] These tables are also compiled for Water management and exploitation.

    Sheet6

    EA.131 Aguas superficialesEA.132 Aguas superficialesEA.133 Agua de sueloTotal

    EA.1311 reservorios artificialesEA.1312 LagosEA.1313 RosEA.1314

    Nieve,hielo y glaciares

    Disminucin de activos

    5. Extraccin

    6. Evaporacin/Actual evapotranspiracin

    7. Salidas

    7.a Hacia territorios ro abajo

    7.b Hacia el mar

    7.c Hacia otros recursos en el territorio

    8. Otros cambios en volmen

    9. Cierre de activos

    Nota: Las celdas grises indican no relevancia o cero entradas por definicin.

    Sheet7

    Annex I. Set of supplementary tables for the water accounts

    Supplementary information (in italics) to the physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Other

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    of which:

    2.a. Reused water

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    4.c. Desalinated water

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Losses in distribution because of leakages

    Treated wastewater

    Other

    5.a. To water resources(=5.a.1+5.a.2+5.a.3)

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    of which:

    7.a. Losses in distribution not because of leakages

    Matrix of flows of water within the economy

    Physical units

    UserIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal Supply

    (Row 4 of Table3.1)

    Supplier 1-Mar5-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Industries1-Mar

    (by ISIC categories)5-33, 41-43

    35

    36

    37

    38,39, 45-99

    Total

    Households

    Rest of the world

    Total Use (Row 2 of Table3.1)

    Sheet8

    Supplementary information to the emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    Sludge indicators

    ISIC 37

    Total sewage sludge produced (vol.)

    Load in total sewage sludge

    Sheet9

    Supplementary information to hybrid and economic accounts (Chapter 5)

    Economic accounts supplementary information

    Industry (by ISIC categories)

    12-33,35363738,39,Total industry

    41-43totalof which: hydro45-99

    Labour input

    Number of workers

    Total hours worked

    National expenditure accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of EP services

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formation

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition,

    Financing accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet10

    Supplementary information to the asset accounts (Chapter 6)

    Matrix of flows between water resources

    Physical units

    EA.131 Surface waterEA.132 GroundwaterEA.133 Soil waterOutflows to other resources in the territory

    EA.1311 Artificial ReservoirsEA.1312 LakesEA.1313 RiversEA.1314

    Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    EA.1311 Artificial Reservoirs

    EA.1312 Lakes

    EA.1313 Rivers

    EA.1314 Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    EA.132 Groundwater

    EA.133 Soil water

    Inflows from other resources in the territory

    Quality accounts (Chapter 7)

    Quality accounts

    Physical units

    Quality classes

    Quality 1Quality 2Quality 3Quality nTotal

    Opening stocks

    Changes in stocks

    Closing stocks

    Supplementary information to the water accounts

    Social indicators

    Access to water and sanitation

    Proportion of population with sustainable access to an improved water source, urban and rural

    Proportion of population with access to improved sanitation, urban and rural

    Total population

  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Cuadro 6.2 Matriz de flujos entre recursos hdricosSource: SEEAW-Land

    Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009

    Sheet1

    Physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    5.a. To water resources

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    Sheet2

    Emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    Sheet3

    Hybrid supply and use tables (Chapter 5)

    Physical and monetary units

    Output of industries (by ISIC categories)ImportsTaxes less Subsidies on productsTrade and transport marginsTotal supply at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total output, at basic prices

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    2.a Supply of water to other economic units

    2.b Total returns

    3. Total (gross) emissions (Physical units)

    Physical and monetary units

    Intermediate consumption of industries (by ISIC categories)Actual final consumptionCapital formationExportsTotal uses at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernmentTotal

    Totalof which: HydroFinal consumption expendituresSocial transfers in kind from Government and NPISHsTotal

    1. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total value added (Monetary units)

    3. Total use of water (Physical units)

    3.a (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which: 3.a.1- Abstraction for own use

    3.b - Use of water received from other economic units

    Sheet4

    Hybrid account for supply and use of water

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)Rest of the worldTaxes less subsidies on products, trade and transport marginsActual final consumptionCapital FormationTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernment

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    2.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    2.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    3. Total value added (gross) (= 1-2) (Monetary units)

    4. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    of which:

    4.a. for water supply

    4.b. for water sanitation

    5. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water supply (Monetary units)

    6. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water sanitation (Monetary units)

    7. Total use of water (Physical units)

    7.a. (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which:7. a.1- Abstraction for own use

    7.b. Use of water received from other economic units

    8. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    8.a. Supply of water to other economic units

    8.b. Total returns

    9. Total (gross) emissions of COD (Physical units)

    Hybrid account for water supply and sewerage for own use

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsTotal industry

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    Totalof which: Hydro

    Water supply for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Abstraction for own use (Physical units)

    Sewerage for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1.a. Total intermediate consumption (Monetary units)

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Return of treated water (Physical units)

    Sheet5

    Government accounts for water-related collective consumption services

    Monetary units

    Government (ISIC 84) (by COFOG categories)

    5.205.3 (part)5.66.3

    Wastewater managementSoil and groundwater protectionEnvironmental protection n.e.c.Water supply

    1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Consumption of fixed capital

    National expenditure accounts for wastewater management

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of Wastewater services (CPC 941 and CPC 91123)

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formationNa

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition; Na not applicable in the case of wastewater management

    Financing accounts for wastewater management11

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    [1] These tables are also compiled for Water management and exploitation.

    Sheet6

    Asset accounts

    Physical units

    EA.131 Surface waterEA.132 GroundwaterEA.133 Soil waterTotal

    EA.1311 Artificial ReservoirsEA.1312 LakesEA.1313 RiversEA.1314

    Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    1. Opening Stocks

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns from the economy

    3. Precipitation

    4. Inflows

    4.a. from upstream territories

    4.b. from other resources in the territory

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration

    7. Outflows

    7.a to downstream territories

    7.b to the sea

    7.c to other resources in the territory

    8. Other changes in volume

    9. Closing Stocks

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet7

    Annex I. Set of supplementary tables for the water accounts

    Supplementary information (in italics) to the physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Other

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    of which:

    2.a. Reused water

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    4.c. Desalinated water

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Losses in distribution because of leakages

    Treated wastewater

    Other

    5.a. To water resources(=5.a.1+5.a.2+5.a.3)

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    of which:

    7.a. Losses in distribution not because of leakages

    Matrix of flows of water within the economy

    Physical units

    UserIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal Supply

    (Row 4 of Table3.1)

    Supplier 1-Mar5-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Industries1-Mar

    (by ISIC categories)5-33, 41-43

    35

    36

    37

    38,39, 45-99

    Total

    Households

    Rest of the world

    Total Use (Row 2 of Table3.1)

    Sheet8

    Supplementary information to the emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    Sludge indicators

    ISIC 37

    Total sewage sludge produced (vol.)

    Load in total sewage sludge

    Sheet9

    Supplementary information to hybrid and economic accounts (Chapter 5)

    Economic accounts supplementary information

    Industry (by ISIC categories)

    12-33,35363738,39,Total industry

    41-43totalof which: hydro45-99

    Labour input

    Number of workers

    Total hours worked

    National expenditure accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of EP services

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formation

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition,

    Financing accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet10

    Informacin suplementaria a la Cuenta de activos(Captulo 6)

    Matriz de flujos entre recursos hdricos

    Unidades fsicas(Millones de metros cbicos)

    EA.131 Aguas superficialesEA.132 Agua subterrneaEA.133 agua de sueloSalidas hacia otros recursos en el territorio

    EA.1311 Reservorios artificialesEA.1312 LagosEA.1313 RosEA.1314

    Nieve, hielo y glaciares

    EA.1311 reservorios artificiales

    EA.1312 Lagos

    EA.1313 Ros

    EA.1314 Nieve, hielo y glaciares

    EA.132 Aguas subterrneas

    EA.133 Agua de suelo

    Entradas desde otros recursos en el territorio

    Quality accounts (Chapter 7)

    Quality accounts

    Physical units

    Quality classes

    Quality 1Quality 2Quality 3Quality nTotal

    Opening stocks

    Changes in stocks

    Closing stocks

    Supplementary information to the water accounts

    Social indicators

    Access to water and sanitation

    Proportion of population with sustainable access to an improved water source, urban and rural

    Proportion of population with access to improved sanitation, urban and rural

    Total population

  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Cuadro 6.3 Cuenta de activos a escala nacional

    Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009

    Sheet1

    Physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    5.a. To water resources

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    Sheet2

    Emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    Sheet3

    Hybrid supply and use tables (Chapter 5)

    Physical and monetary units

    Output of industries (by ISIC categories)ImportsTaxes less Subsidies on productsTrade and transport marginsTotal supply at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total output, at basic prices

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    2.a Supply of water to other economic units

    2.b Total returns

    3. Total (gross) emissions (Physical units)

    Physical and monetary units

    Intermediate consumption of industries (by ISIC categories)Actual final consumptionCapital formationExportsTotal uses at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernmentTotal

    Totalof which: HydroFinal consumption expendituresSocial transfers in kind from Government and NPISHsTotal

    1. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total value added (Monetary units)

    3. Total use of water (Physical units)

    3.a (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which: 3.a.1- Abstraction for own use

    3.b - Use of water received from other economic units

    Sheet4

    Hybrid account for supply and use of water

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)Rest of the worldTaxes less subsidies on products, trade and transport marginsActual final consumptionCapital FormationTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernment

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    2.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    2.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    3. Total value added (gross) (= 1-2) (Monetary units)

    4. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    of which:

    4.a. for water supply

    4.b. for water sanitation

    5. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water supply (Monetary units)

    6. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water sanitation (Monetary units)

    7. Total use of water (Physical units)

    7.a. (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which:7. a.1- Abstraction for own use

    7.b. Use of water received from other economic units

    8. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    8.a. Supply of water to other economic units

    8.b. Total returns

    9. Total (gross) emissions of COD (Physical units)

    Hybrid account for water supply and sewerage for own use

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsTotal industry

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    Totalof which: Hydro

    Water supply for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Abstraction for own use (Physical units)

    Sewerage for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1.a. Total intermediate consumption (Monetary units)

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Return of treated water (Physical units)

    Sheet5

    Government accounts for water-related collective consumption services

    Monetary units

    Government (ISIC 84) (by COFOG categories)

    5.205.3 (part)5.66.3

    Wastewater managementSoil and groundwater protectionEnvironmental protection n.e.c.Water supply

    1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Consumption of fixed capital

    National expenditure accounts for wastewater management

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of Wastewater services (CPC 941 and CPC 91123)

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formationNa

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition; Na not applicable in the case of wastewater management

    Financing accounts for wastewater management11

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    [1] These tables are also compiled for Water management and exploitation.

    Sheet6

    Asset accounts

    Physical units (Million Cubic Meters)

    EA.131 Surface waterEA.132 GroundwaterEA.133 Soil waterTotal

    EA.1311 Artificial ReservoirsEA.1312 LakesEA.1313 RiversEA.1314

    Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    1. Opening Stocks1,5002,7005,0000100,000500109,700

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns from the economy3000533150668

    3. Precipitation1242465023,01523,435

    4. Inflows1,05433920,137437021,967

    4.a. from upstream territories17,65017,650

    4.b. from other resources in the territory1,0543392,487043704,317

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction2802014147650967

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration802155421,12521,474

    7. Outflows1,00010020,7730871,78723,747

    7.a to downstream territories9,4309,430

    7.b to the sea10,00010,000

    7.c to other resources in the territory1,0001001,3430871,7874,317

    8. Other changes in volume

    9. Closing Stocks1,6182,9504,272100,189533109,562

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet11

    Table6.3: Asset account at national level

    Recursos hdircos (segn clasificacin de activos)Total

    Cuotas legales establecidos por tratadosde los cuales aguas transfronterizas

    1. Stocks de apertura

    Aumentos de los stocks

    2. Retornos (a)

    3. Precipitacin

    4. Entradas

    4.a desde teritorios ro arriba (a):

    4.a.1 Pas 1

    4.b desde otros recursos hdricos en el territorioNa

    Disminuciones de los stocks

    5. Extraccin (a)

    6. Evaporacin/Evapotranspiracin actual

    7. Salidas

    7.a Hacia otros resursos hdricos en el teritorioNa

    7.b Hacia el marNa

    7.c Haca teritorios ro abajo

    7.c.1 Pas 2

    Otros cambios en volumenNa

    Stocks de cierre

    Note: (a) Cada uno de estos flujos puede estar sujeto a cupos establecidos en los tratados y acuerdos entre los pases ribereos; Na no aplicable

    Table6.4: Asset Accounts for a river basin shared by two countries

    Water ResourcesTotal

    (classified according to the asset classification)

    Country 1Country 2

    1. Opening Stocks

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns(a):

    2.a by Country 1

    2.b by Country 2

    3. Precipitation

    4. Inflows from other resources(a):

    4.a Country 1

    4.b Country 2

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction(a):

    5.a by Country 1

    5.b by Country 2

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration

    7. Outflows to other resources in the country(a):

    7.a Country 1

    7.b Country 2

    8. Outflows to the sea

    9. Other Volume changes

    10. Closing Stocks

    Note: (a) Each of these flows may be subject to quotas established in treaties and agreements between riparian countries. Information on these quotas should be reported in a separate column when available.

    Sheet7

    Annex I. Set of supplementary tables for the water accounts

    Supplementary information (in italics) to the physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Other

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    of which:

    2.a. Reused water

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    4.c. Desalinated water

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Losses in distribution because of leakages

    Treated wastewater

    Other

    5.a. To water resources(=5.a.1+5.a.2+5.a.3)

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    of which:

    7.a. Losses in distribution not because of leakages

    Matrix of flows of water within the economy

    Physical units

    UserIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal Supply

    (Row 4 of Table3.1)

    Supplier 1-Mar5-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Industries1-Mar

    (by ISIC categories)5-33, 41-43

    35

    36

    37

    38,39, 45-99

    Total

    Households

    Rest of the world

    Total Use (Row 2 of Table3.1)

    Sheet8

    Supplementary information to the emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    Sludge indicators

    ISIC 37

    Total sewage sludge produced (vol.)

    Load in total sewage sludge

    Sheet9

    Supplementary information to hybrid and economic accounts (Chapter 5)

    Economic accounts supplementary information

    Industry (by ISIC categories)

    12-33,35363738,39,Total industry

    41-43totalof which: hydro45-99

    Labour input

    Number of workers

    Total hours worked

    National expenditure accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of EP services

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formation

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition,

    Financing accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet10

    Supplementary information to the asset accounts (Chapter 6)

    Matrix of flows between water resources

    Physical units

    EA.131 Surface waterEA.132 GroundwaterEA.133 Soil waterOutflows to other resources in the territory

    EA.1311 Artificial ReservoirsEA.1312 LakesEA.1313 RiversEA.1314

    Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    EA.1311 Artificial Reservoirs

    EA.1312 Lakes

    EA.1313 Rivers

    EA.1314 Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    EA.132 Groundwater

    EA.133 Soil water

    Inflows from other resources in the territory

    Quality accounts (Chapter 7)

    Quality accounts

    Physical units

    Quality classes

    Quality 1Quality 2Quality 3Quality nTotal

    Opening stocks

    Changes in stocks

    Closing stocks

    Supplementary information to the water accounts

    Social indicators

    Access to water and sanitation

    Proportion of population with sustainable access to an improved water source, urban and rural

    Proportion of population with access to improved sanitation, urban and rural

    Total population

  • Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA, 2009Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA Amman, March 2008Cuadro 6.4 Cuanta de activos para cuenca compartida por dos pases

    Wafa A. Hosn UNESCWA 2009

    Sheet1

    Physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    5.a. To water resources

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    Sheet2

    Emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    To the sea

    Sheet3

    Hybrid supply and use tables (Chapter 5)

    Physical and monetary units

    Output of industries (by ISIC categories)ImportsTaxes less Subsidies on productsTrade and transport marginsTotal supply at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total output, at basic prices

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    2.a Supply of water to other economic units

    2.b Total returns

    3. Total (gross) emissions (Physical units)

    Physical and monetary units

    Intermediate consumption of industries (by ISIC categories)Actual final consumptionCapital formationExportsTotal uses at purchasers price

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernmentTotal

    Totalof which: HydroFinal consumption expendituresSocial transfers in kind from Government and NPISHsTotal

    1. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total value added (Monetary units)

    3. Total use of water (Physical units)

    3.a (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which: 3.a.1- Abstraction for own use

    3.b - Use of water received from other economic units

    Sheet4

    Hybrid account for supply and use of water

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)Rest of the worldTaxes less subsidies on products, trade and transport marginsActual final consumptionCapital FormationTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total industryHouseholdsGovernment

    Totalof which: Hydro

    1. Total output and supply (Monetary units)

    of which:

    1.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    1.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    2. Total intermediate consumption and use (Monetary units)

    of which:

    2.a. Natural water (CPC 1800)

    2.b. Sewerage services (CPC 941)

    3. Total value added (gross) (= 1-2) (Monetary units)

    4. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    of which:

    4.a. for water supply

    4.b. for water sanitation

    5. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water supply (Monetary units)

    6. Closing stocks of fixed assets for water sanitation (Monetary units)

    7. Total use of water (Physical units)

    7.a. (U1) Total Abstraction

    of which:7. a.1- Abstraction for own use

    7.b. Use of water received from other economic units

    8. Total supply of water (Physical units)

    8.a. Supply of water to other economic units

    8.b. Total returns

    9. Total (gross) emissions of COD (Physical units)

    Hybrid account for water supply and sewerage for own use

    Physical and monetary units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsTotal industry

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    Totalof which: Hydro

    Water supply for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Abstraction for own use (Physical units)

    Sewerage for own use1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b) (Monetary units)

    1.a. Total intermediate consumption (Monetary units)

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Other taxes less subsidies on production

    1.b.3 Consumption of fixed capital

    2. Gross fixed capital formation (Monetary units)

    3. Stocks of fixed assets (Monetary units)

    4. Return of treated water (Physical units)

    Sheet5

    Government accounts for water-related collective consumption services

    Monetary units

    Government (ISIC 84) (by COFOG categories)

    5.205.3 (part)5.66.3

    Wastewater managementSoil and groundwater protectionEnvironmental protection n.e.c.Water supply

    1. Costs of production (=1.a+1.b)

    1. a. Total intermediate consumption

    1.b. Total value added (gross)

    1.b.1 Compensation of employees

    1.b.2 Consumption of fixed capital

    National expenditure accounts for wastewater management

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of Wastewater services (CPC 941 and CPC 91123)

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formationNa

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition; Na not applicable in the case of wastewater management

    Financing accounts for wastewater management11

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    [1] These tables are also compiled for Water management and exploitation.

    Sheet6

    Asset accounts

    Physical units (Million Cubic Meters)

    EA.131 Surface waterEA.132 GroundwaterEA.133 Soil waterTotal

    EA.1311 Artificial ReservoirsEA.1312 LakesEA.1313 RiversEA.1314

    Snow, Ice and Glaciers

    1. Opening Stocks1,5002,7005,0000100,000500109,700

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns from the economy3000533150668

    3. Precipitation1242465023,01523,435

    4. Inflows1,05433920,137437021,967

    4.a. from upstream territories17,65017,650

    4.b. from other resources in the territory1,0543392,487043704,317

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction2802014147650967

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration802155421,12521,474

    7. Outflows1,00010020,7730871,78723,747

    7.a to downstream territories9,4309,430

    7.b to the sea10,00010,000

    7.c to other resources in the territory1,0001001,3430871,7874,317

    8. Other changes in volume

    9. Closing Stocks1,6182,9504,272100,189533109,562

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition.

    Sheet11

    Table6.3: Asset account at national level

    Water Resources (classified according to the asset classification)Total

    Legal quotas established by treatiesof which Transboundary waters

    1. Opening Stocks

    Increases in stocks

    2. Returns (a)

    3. Precipitation

    4. Inflows

    4.a from upstream territories(a):

    4.a.1 Country 1

    4.b from other Water Resources in the territoryNA

    Decreases in stocks

    5. Abstraction (a)

    6. Evaporation/Actual evapotranspiration

    7. Outflows

    7.a to other Water Resources in the territoryNa

    7.b to the seaNa

    7.c to downstream territories

    7.c.1 Country 2

    Other changes in volumeNA

    Closing Stocks

    Note: (a) Each of these flows may be subject to quotas established in treaties and agreements between riparian countries; Na not applicable

    Table6.4: Asset Accounts for a river basin shared by two countries

    Recursos hdricosTotal

    (clasificados segn clasificacin de activos)

    Pas 1Pas 2

    1. Stocks de apertura

    Aumento de los stocks

    2. Retornos (a):

    2.a por Pas 1

    2.b por Pas 2

    3. Precipitacin

    4. Entradas desde otros recursos (a):

    4.a Pas 1

    4.b Pas 2

    Disminuciones de los stocks

    5. Extraccin (a):

    5.a por Pas 1

    5.b por Pass 2

    6. Evaporacin/Evapotranspiracin actual

    7. Salidas hacia otros recursos del pas(a):

    7.a Pas 1

    7.b Pas 2

    8. Salidas hacia el mar

    9. Otros cambios de volumen

    10. Stocks de cierre

    Note: (a) Cada uno de estos flujos puede estar sujeto a cupos establecidos en los tratados y acuerdos entre los pases ribereos. Informacin sobre estos cuotas debera ser registrado en una columna por separado cuando este disponible.

    Sheet7

    Annex I. Set of supplementary tables for the water accounts

    Supplementary information (in italics) to the physical supply and use tables (Chapter 3)

    Physical use table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    From the environment1. Total abstraction (=1.a+1.b=1.i+1.ii)

    1.a. Abstraction for own use

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Other

    1.b. Abstraction for distribution

    1.i. From water resources:

    1.i.1 Surface water

    1.i.2 Groundwater

    1.i.3 Soil water

    1.ii. From other sources

    1.ii.1 Collection of precipitation

    1.ii.2 Abstraction from the sea

    Within the economy2. Use of water received from other economic units

    of which:

    2.a. Reused water

    3. Total use of water (=1 + 2)

    Physical supply table

    Physical units

    Industries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Within the economy4. Supply of water to other economic units

    of which:

    4.a. Reused water

    4.b. Wastewater to sewerage

    4.c. Desalinated water

    To the environment5. Total returns (=5.a+5.b)

    Hydroelectric power generation

    Irrigation water

    Mine water

    Urban runoff

    Cooling water

    Losses in distribution because of leakages

    Treated wastewater

    Other

    5.a. To water resources(=5.a.1+5.a.2+5.a.3)

    5.a.1. Surface water

    5.a.2. Groundwater

    5.a.3. Soil water

    5.b. To other sources (e.g. sea water)

    6.Total supply of water (=4+5)

    7. Consumption (=3-6)

    of which:

    7.a. Losses in distribution not because of leakages

    Matrix of flows of water within the economy

    Physical units

    UserIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal Supply

    (Row 4 of Table3.1)

    Supplier 1-Mar5-33, 41-4335363738,39,Total

    45-99

    Industries1-Mar

    (by ISIC categories)5-33, 41-43

    35

    36

    37

    38,39, 45-99

    Total

    Households

    Rest of the world

    Total Use (Row 2 of Table3.1)

    Sheet8

    Supplementary information to the emission accounts (Chapter 4)

    Table A. Gross and net emissions

    physical units

    PollutantIndustries (by ISIC categories)HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal

    1-35-33, 41-4335363738,39, 45-99Total

    1. Gross emissions (=1.a+1.b)

    1.a. Direct emissions to water (=1.a.1+1.a.2=1.a.i+1.a.ii)

    1.a.1 Without treatment

    1.a.2 After on-site treatment

    1.a.i To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    1.a.ii To the sea

    1.b. To Sewerage (ISIC 37)

    2. Reallocation of emission by ISIC 37

    3. Net emissions (=1a+2)

    Table B. Emissions by ISIC 37

    physical units

    PollutantISIC 37

    4. Emissions to water (=4.a+4.b)

    4.a After treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    4.b Without treatment

    To water resources

    Surface water

    Groundwater

    To the sea

    Sludge indicators

    ISIC 37

    Total sewage sludge produced (vol.)

    Load in total sewage sludge

    Sheet9

    Supplementary information to hybrid and economic accounts (Chapter 5)

    Economic accounts supplementary information

    Industry (by ISIC categories)

    12-33,35363738,39,Total industry

    41-43totalof which: hydro45-99

    Labour input

    Number of workers

    Total hours worked

    National expenditure accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal consumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producers (ISIC 37)Other producersHouseholdsGovernment

    1. Use of EP services

    1.a Final consumption

    1.b Intermediate consumption

    1.c Capital formation

    2. Gross Capital Formation (for EP activities)

    3. Use of connected and adapted products

    4. Specific transfers (implicit subsidies,)

    5. Total domestic uses (=1.+2.+3.+4)

    6. Financed by the rest of the world

    7. National expenditures (=5.-6.)

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zero entries by definition,

    Financing accounts for the

    Protection and remediation of soil, groundwater and surface water

    Monetary units

    FINANCING SECTORS:USERS/BENEFICIARIES

    ProducersFinal ConsumersRest of the worldTotal

    Specialised producersOther producersHouseholdsGovernment

    (ISIC 37)

    1. General government

    2. NPISHs

    3. Corporations

    3.a Specialised producers

    3.b Other producers

    4. Households

    5. National expenditure

    6. Rest of the world

    7. Domestic uses

    Note: Grey cells indicate non relevant or zer