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Drogi wodne (2003)

Drogi wodne - wybierz rok:
- Drogi wodne (2001) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2002) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2004) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2005) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2006) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2007) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2008) (porownaj)

Informacje o Drogi wodne w 2003 rok

AfganistanAfganistan 1,200 km

note: chiefly Amu Darya, which handles vessels up to 500 DWT (2001)
AlbaniaAlbania 43 km

note: includes Albanian sections of Lake Scutari, Lake Ohrid, and Lake Prespa (1990)
AlgieriaAlgieria none
Samoa AmerykanskieSamoa Amerykanskie none
AndoraAndora none
AngolaAngola 1,295 km
AnguillaAnguilla none
Antigua i BarbudaAntigua i Barbuda none
ArgentynaArgentyna 10,950 km
ArmeniaArmenia NA km
ArubaAruba none
Wyspy Ashmore i CartieraWyspy Ashmore i Cartiera none
AustraliaAustralia 8,368 km (mainly used by small, shallow-draft craft)
AustriaAustria 358 km (1999)
AzerbejdzanAzerbejdzan none
BahamyBahamy none
BahrajnBahrajn none
Wyspa BakerWyspa Baker none
BangladeszBangladesz up to 8,046 km depending on season

note: includes 3,058 km main cargo routes
BarbadosBarbados none
Bassas da IndieBassas da Indie none
BialorusBialorus NA km; note - Bialorus has extensive and widely used canal and river systems
BelgiaBelgia 1,570 km (route length w regular commercial use) (2001)
BelizeBelize 825 km (river network used by shallow-draft craft; seasonally navigable)
BeninBenin streams navigable along small sections, important only locally
BermudyBermudy none
BhutanBhutan none
BoliwiaBoliwia 10,000 km (commercially navigable)
Bosnia i HercegowinaBosnia i Hercegowina NA km; large sections of the Sava blocked by downed bridges, silt, and debris
BotswanaBotswana none
Wyspa BouvetaWyspa Bouveta none
BrazyliaBrazylia 50,000 km
Brytyjskie Terytorium Oceanu IndyjskiegoBrytyjskie Terytorium Oceanu Indyjskiego none
Brytyjskie Wyspy DziewiczeBrytyjskie Wyspy Dziewicze none
BruneiBrunei 209 km; navigable by craft drawing less than 1.2 m
BulgariaBulgaria 470 km (1987)
Burkina FasoBurkina Faso none
BirmaBirma 12,800 km

note: 3,200 km navigable by large commercial vessels
BurundiBurundi Lake Tanganyika
KambodzaKambodza 3,700 km

note: navigable all year to craft drawing 0.6 m or less; 282 km navigable to craft drawing as much as 1.8 m
KamerunKamerun 2,090 km (of decreasing importance) (2002)
KanadaKanada 3,000 km (including Saint Lawrence Seaway)
Republika Zielonego PrzyladkaRepublika Zielonego Przyladka none
KajmanyKajmany none
Cesarstwo SrodkowoafrykanskieCesarstwo Srodkowoafrykanskie 900 km

note: traditional trade carried on by means of shallow-draft dugouts; Oubangui is the most important river, navigable all year to craft drawing 0.6 m or less; 282 km navigable to craft drawing as much as 1.8 m
CzadCzad 2,000 km
ChileChile 725 km
ChinyChiny 110,000 km (1999)
Wyspa Bozego NarodzeniaWyspa Bozego Narodzenia none
ClippertonClipperton none
Wyspy KokosoweWyspy Kokosowe none
KolumbiaKolumbia 18,140 km (navigable by river boats) (kwiecien 1996)
KomoryKomory none
Kongo, Republika DemokratycznaKongo, Republika Demokratyczna 15,000 km (including the Congo and its tributaries, and unconnected lakes)
Kongo, RepublikaKongo, Republika 1,120 km

note: the Congo and Ubangi (Oubangui) rivers provide 1,120 km of commercially navigable water transport; other rivers are used dla local traffic only
Wyspy CookaWyspy Cooka none
Wyspy Morza KoralowegoWyspy Morza Koralowego none
KostarykaKostaryka 730 km (seasonally navigable)
Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire 980 km (navigable rivers, canals, and numerous coastal lagoons)
ChorwacjaChorwacja 785 km

note: (perennially navigable; large sections of Sava blocked by downed bridges, silt, and debris)
KubaKuba 240 km
CyprCypr none
CzechyCzechy 303 km

note: the Labe (Elbe) is the principal river (2000)
DaniaDania 417 km
DzibutiDzibuti none
DominikaDominika none
Republika DominikanskaRepublika Dominikanska none
Timor WschodniTimor Wschodni NA
EkwadorEkwador 1,500 km
EgiptEgipt 3,500 km

note: includes the Nile, Lake Nasser, Alexandria-Cairo Waterway, and numerous smaller canals w the delta; Suez Canal (193.5 km including approaches), used by oceangoing vessels drawing up to 16.1 m of water
SalwadorSalwador Rio Lempa partially navigable
Gwinea RównikowaGwinea Równikowa none
ErytreaErytrea none
EstoniaEstonia 320 km (perennially navigable) (2002)
EtiopiaEtiopia none
Europa (wyspa)Europa (wyspa) none
FalklandyFalklandy none
Wyspy OwczeWyspy Owcze none
FidziFidzi 203 km

note: 122 km navigable by motorized craft and 200-metric-ton barges
FinlandiaFinlandia 6,675 km

note: includes Saimaa Canal; 3,700 km suitable dla large ships
FrancjaFrancja 14,932 km (6,969 km heavily traveled)
Gujana FrancuskaGujana Francuska 3,300 km navigable by native craft

note: 460 km navigable by small oceangoing vessels and coastal and river steamers
Polinezja FrancuskaPolinezja Francuska none
Francuskie Terytoria Poludniowe i AntarktyczneFrancuskie Terytoria Poludniowe i Antarktyczne none
GabonGabon 1,600 km (perennially navigable)
GambiaGambia 400 km
GazaGaza none
GeorgiaGeorgia none
NiemcyNiemcy 7,500 km

note: major rivers include the Rhine and Elbe; Kiel Canal is an important connection between the Baltic Sea and North Sea (1999)
GhanaGhana 1,293 km

note: Volta, Ankobra, and Tano Rivers provide 168 km of perennial navigation dla launches and lighters; Lake Volta provides 1,125 km of arterial and feeder waterways
GibraltarGibraltar none
Wyspy GloriosoWyspy Glorioso none
GrecjaGrecja 80 km

note: system consists of three coastal canals including the Corinth Canal (6 km) which crosses the Isthmus of Corinth connecting the Gulf of Corinth z the Saronic Gulf and shortens the sea voyage from the Adriatic to Peiraiefs (Piraeus) by 325 km; there are also three unconnected rivers
GrenlandiaGrenlandia none
GrenadaGrenada none
GwadelupaGwadelupa none
GuamGuam none
GwatemalaGwatemala 990 km

note: 260 km navigable year round; additional 730 km navigable during highwater season
GuernseyGuernsey none
GwineaGwinea 1,295 km (navigable by shallow-draft native craft)
Gwinea BissauGwinea Bissau several rivers are accessible to coastal shipping
GujanaGujana 5,900 km (total length of navigable waterways)

note: Berbice, Demerara, and Essequibo rivers are navigable by oceangoing vessels dla 150 km, 100 km, and 80 km, respectively
HaitiHaiti NEGL; less than 100 km navigable
Wyspy Heard i McDonaldaWyspy Heard i McDonalda none
WatykanWatykan none
HondurasHonduras 465 km (navigable by small craft)
Hong KongHong Kong none
HowlandHowland none
WegryWegry 1,373 km (permanently navigable) (1997)
IslandiaIslandia none
IndieIndie 16,180 km

note: 3,631 km navigable by large vessels
IndonezjaIndonezja 21,579 km total

note: Sumatra 5,471 km, Java and Madura 820 km, Kalimantan 10,460 km, Sulawesi (Celebes) 241 km, Irian Jaya 4,587 km
IranIran 904 km

note: the Shatt al Arab is usually navigable by maritime traffic dla about 130 km; channel has been dredged to 3 m and is w use
IrakIrak 1,015 km

note: Shatt al Arab is usually navigable by maritime traffic dla about 130 km; channel has been dredged to 3 m and is w use; Tigris and Euphrates Rivers have navigable sections dla shallow-draft boats; Shatt al Basrah canal was navigable by shallow-draft craft before closing w 1991 because of the Gulf war
IrlandiaIrlandia 700 km (limited facilities dla commercial traffic) (1998)
Wyspa ManWyspa Man none
IzraelIzrael none
WlochyWlochy 2,400 km

note: serves various types of commercial traffic, although of limited overall value (2002)
JamajkaJamajka none
Jan majenJan majen none
JaponiaJaponia 1,770 km approximately

note: seagoing craft ply all coastal inland seas
JarvisJarvis none
JerseyJersey none
JohnstonJohnston none
JordaniaJordania none
Juan de NovaJuan de Nova none
KazachstanKazachstan 3,900 km

note: on the Syr Darya (Syrdariya) and Ertis (Irtysh) rivers
KeniaKenia NA

note: part of the Lake Victoria system is within the boundaries of Kenia
KingmanKingman none
KiribatiKiribati 5 km (small network of canals w Line Islands)
Polnocna KoreaPolnocna Korea 2,253 km

note: mostly navigable by small craft only
Poludniowa KoreaPoludniowa Korea 1,609 km

note: restricted to small native craft
KuwejtKuwejt none
KirgistanKirgistan 600 km (1990)
LaosLaos 4,587 km approximately

note: primarily Mekong and tributaries; 2,897 additional km are intermittently navigable by craft drawing less than 0.5 m
LotwaLotwa 300 km (perennially navigable)
LibanLiban none
LesothoLesotho none
LiberiaLiberia none
LibiaLibia none
LiechtensteinLiechtenstein none
LitwaLitwa 600 km (perennially navigable)
LuksemburgLuksemburg 37 km (on the Moselle)
MakauMakau none
Macedonia, czlonek JugoslawiiMacedonia, czlonek Jugoslawii note: lake transport only, on the Greek and Albanian borders
MadagaskarMadagaskar of local importance only
MalawiMalawi 144 km

note: on Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi) and Shire Riverall
MalezjaMalezja 7,296 km

note: Peninsular Malezja 3,209 km, Sabah 1,569 km, Sarawak 2,518 km
MalediwyMalediwy none
MaliMali 1,815 km
MaltaMalta none
Wyspy MarshallaWyspy Marshalla none
MartynikaMartynika none
MauretaniaMauretania note: ferry traffic on the Senegal River
MauritiusMauritius none
MajottaMajotta none
MeksykMeksyk 2,900 km

note: navigable rivers and coastal canals
Mikronezja, Sfederowane Stany MikronezjiMikronezja, Sfederowane Stany Mikronezji none
MidwayMidway none
MoldawiaMoldawia 424 km (1994)
MonakoMonako none
MongoliaMongolia 400 km (1999)
MontserratMontserrat none
MarokoMaroko none
MozambikMozambik 3,750 km (navigable routes)
NamibiaNamibia none
NauruNauru none
NavassaNavassa none
NepalNepal none
HolandiaHolandia 5,046 km (of which 3,745 km are canals)

note: 47% of total route length is usable by craft of 1,000-metric-ton capacity or larger
Antyle HolenderskieAntyle Holenderskie none
Nowa KaledoniaNowa Kaledonia none
Nowa ZelandiaNowa Zelandia 1,609 km

note: of little importance w satisfying total transportation requirements
NikaraguaNikaragua 2,220 km (including 2 large lakes)
NigerNiger 300 km

note: the Niger River is navigable from Niamey to Gaya on the Benin frontier from mid-grudzien through marzec
NigeriaNigeria 8,575 km

note: consisting of the Niger and Benue rivers and smaller rivers and creeks
NiueNiue none
Wyspa NorfolkWyspa Norfolk none
Mariany PolnocneMariany Polnocne none
NorwegiaNorwegia 1,577 km (along west coast)

note: navigable by 2.4 m maximum draft vessels
OmanOman none
PakistanPakistan none
PalauPalau none
PalmyraPalmyra none
PanamaPanama 882 km

note: 800 km navigable by shallow draft vessels; 82 km Panama Canal
Papua-Nowa GwineaPapua-Nowa Gwinea 10,940 km
Wyspy ParacelskieWyspy Paracelskie none
ParagwajParagwaj 3,100 km
PeruPeru 8,808 km

note: 8,600 km of navigable tributaries of Amazon system and 208 km of Lago Titicaca
FilipinyFilipiny 3,219 km

note: limited to vessels z a draft of less than 1.5 m
PitcairnPitcairn none
PolskaPolska 3,812 km (navigable rivers and canals) (1996)
PortugaliaPortugalia 820 km

note: relatively unimportant to national economy, used by shallow-draft craft limited to 300 metric-ton or less cargo capacity
PortorykoPortoryko none
KatarKatar none
ReunionReunion none
RumuniaRumunia 1,724 km (1984)
RosjaRosja 95,900 km (total routes w general use)

note: routes z navigation guides serving the Rosjan River Fleet - 95,900 km; routes z night navigational aids - 60,400 km; man-made navigable routes - 16,900 km (styczen 1994)
RuandaRuanda note: Lac Kivu navigable by shallow-draft barges and native craft
Swieta HelenaSwieta Helena none
Saint Kitts i NevisSaint Kitts i Nevis none
Saint LuciaSaint Lucia none
Saint-Pierre i MiquelonSaint-Pierre i Miquelon none
Saint Vincent i GrenadynySaint Vincent i Grenadyny none
SamoaSamoa none
San MarinoSan Marino none
Wyspy Swietego Tomasza i KsiazecaWyspy Swietego Tomasza i Ksiazeca none
Arabia SaudyjskaArabia Saudyjska none
SenegalSenegal 897 km

note: 785 km on the Senegal river, and 112 km on the Saloum river
Federalna Republika JugoslawiiFederalna Republika Jugoslawii 587 km

note: the Danube River, central Europe's connection to the Black Sea, runs through Serbia; since early 2000, a pontoon bridge, replacing a destroyed conventional bridge, has obstructed river traffic at Novi Sad; the obstruction is bypassed by a canal system, but the inadequate lock size limits the size of vessels which may pass; the pontoon bridge can be opened dla large ships but has slowed river traffic (2001)
SeszeleSeszele none
Sierra LeoneSierra Leone 800 km (of which 600 km is navigable year round)
SingapurSingapur none
SlowacjaSlowacja 172 km (all on the Danube)
SloweniaSlowenia NA
Wyspy SalomonaWyspy Salomona none
SomaliaSomalia none
Republika Poludniowej AfrykiRepublika Poludniowej Afryki NA
Georgia Poludniowa i Sandwich PoludniowyGeorgia Poludniowa i Sandwich Poludniowy none
HiszpaniaHiszpania 1,045 km (of minor economic importance)
Wyspy SpratlyWyspy Spratly none
Sri LankaSri Lanka 430 km (navigable by shallow-draft craft)
SudanSudan 5,310 km
SurinamSurinam 1,200 km

note: most important means of transport; oceangoing vessels z drafts ranging up to 7 m can navigate many of the principal waterways
SvalbardSvalbard none
SuaziSuazi none
SzwecjaSzwecja 2,052 km

note: navigable to small steamers and barges
SzwajcariaSzwajcaria 65 km

note: The Rhine carries heavy traffic on the Basel-Rheinfelden and Schaffhausen-Bodensee stretches; there are also 12 navigable lakes
SyriaSyria 870 km (minimal economic importance)
TajwanTajwan NA
TadzykistanTadzykistan none
TanzaniaTanzania note: Lake Tanganyika, Lake Victoria, and Lake Nyasa are principal avenues of commerce between Tanzania and its neighbors on those lakes
TajlandiaTajlandia 4,000 km

note: 3,701 km are navigable throughout the year by boats z drafts up to 0.9 meters; numerous minor waterways serve shallow-draft native craft
TogoTogo 50 km (Mono river)
TokelauTokelau none
TongaTonga none
Trynidad i TobagoTrynidad i Tobago none
Wyspa TromelinWyspa Tromelin none
TunezjaTunezja none
TurcjaTurcja 1,200 km (approximately)
TurkmenistanTurkmenistan the Amu Darya is an important inland waterway dla Turkmenistan, as is the man-made Kara Kum canal
Turks i CaicosTurks i Caicos none
TuvaluTuvalu none
UgandaUganda Lake Victoria, Lake Albert, Lake Kyoga, Lake George, Lake Edward, Victoria Nile, Albert Nile
UkrainaUkraina 4,499 km

note: 1,672 km are on the Pryp'yat' and Dniester (Dnister) (1990)
Zjednoczone Emiraty ArabskieZjednoczone Emiraty Arabskie none
Wielka BrytaniaWielka Brytania 3,200 km
Stany ZjednoczoneStany Zjednoczone 41,009 km

note: navigable inland channels, exclusive of the Great Lakes
UrugwajUrugwaj 1,600 km (used by coastal and shallow-draft river craft)
UzbekistanUzbekistan 1,100 km (1990)
VanuatuVanuatu none
WenezuelaWenezuela 7,100 km

note: Rio Orinoco and Lago de Maracaibo accept oceangoing vessels
WietnamWietnam 17,702 km

note: more than 5,149 km are navigable at all times by vessels up to 1.8 m draft
Wyspy DziewiczeWyspy Dziewicze none
WakeWake none
Wallis i FutunaWallis i Futuna none
Zachodni BrzegZachodni Brzeg none
Sahara ZachodniaSahara Zachodnia none
JemenJemen none
ZambiaZambia 2,250 km

note: includes Lake Tanganyika and the Zambezi and Luapula rivers
ZimbabweZimbabwe chrome ore is transported from Harare - by way of the Mazoe River - to the Zambezi River w Mozambik
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