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Deaths from drowning in 2012 per million persons. Statistics from WHO, grouped by deciles

   0-8
   9-14
   15-21
   22-25
   26-36
   37-53
   54-63
   64-79
   80-103
   104-182
  • The following groupings/assumptions were made:
    • France includes the overseas departments as well as overseas collectivities.
    • The United Kingdom includes the Crown dependencies as well as the overseas territories.
    • The United States of America includes the insular areas.
    • The Netherlands includes Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles.
    • Denmark includes Greenland and the Faroe islands.
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Source Data from World Health Organization Estimated Deaths 2012 Vector map from BlankMap-World6, compact.svg by Canuckguy et al.
Author Chris55

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