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Drogi wodne (2008)

Drogi wodne - wybierz rok:
- Drogi wodne (2001) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2002) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2003) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2004) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2005) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2006) (porownaj)
- Drogi wodne (2007) (porownaj)


Informacje o Drogi wodne w 2008 rok

AfganistanAfganistan 1,200 km (chiefly Amu Darya, which handles vessels up to 500 DWT) (2007)
AlbaniaAlbania 43 km (2007)
AngolaAngola 1,300 km (2007)
ArgentynaArgentyna 11,000 km (2006)
AustraliaAustralia 2,000 km (mainly used dla recreation on Murray and Murray-Darling river systems) (2006)
AustriaAustria 358 km (2007)
BangladeszBangladesz 8,370 km


note: includes up to 3,060 km main cargo routes; network reduced to 5,200 km w dry season (2006)
BialorusBialorus 2,500 km (use limited by location on perimeter of country and by shallowness) (2003)
BelgiaBelgia 2,043 km (1,528 km w regular commercial use) (2006)
BelizeBelize 825 km (navigable only by small craft) (2007)
BeninBenin 150 km (on River Niger along northern border) (2005)
BoliwiaBoliwia 10,000 km (commercially navigable) (2007)
Bosnia i HercegowinaBosnia i Hercegowina Sava River (northern border) open to shipping but use limited (2006)
BrazyliaBrazylia 50,000 km (most w areas remote from industry and population) (2007)
BruneiBrunei 209 km (navigable by craft drawing less than 1.2 m) (2007)
BulgariaBulgaria 470 km (2007)
BirmaBirma 12,800 km (2007)
BurundiBurundi mainly on Lake Tanganyika (2005)
KambodzaKambodza 2,400 km (mainly on Mekong River) (2005)
KamerunKamerun navigation mainly on Benue River; limited during rainy season (2005)
KanadaKanada 636 km


note: Saint Lawrence Seaway of 3,769 km, including the Saint Lawrence River of 3,058 km, shared z Stany Zjednoczone (2007)
Cesarstwo SrodkowoafrykanskieCesarstwo Srodkowoafrykanskie 2,800 km (primarily on the Oubangui and Sangha rivers) (2006)
CzadCzad Chari and Legone rivers are navigable only w wet season (2006)
ChinyChiny 124,000 km navigable (2006)
KolumbiaKolumbia 18,000 km (2006)
Kongo, Republika DemokratycznaKongo, Republika Demokratyczna 15,000 km (2005)
Kongo, RepublikaKongo, Republika 1,125 km (commercially navigable on Congo and Oubanqui rivers) (2006)
KostarykaKostaryka 730 km (seasonally navigable by small craft) (2007)
Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire 980 km (navigable rivers, canals, and numerous coastal lagoons) (2006)
ChorwacjaChorwacja 785 km (2007)
KubaKuba 240 km (2007)
CzechyCzechy 664 km (principally on Elbe, Vltava, Oder, and other navigable rivers, lakes, and canals) (2006)
DaniaDania 400 km (2007)
EkwadorEkwador 1,500 km (most inaccessible) (2006)
EgiptEgipt 3,500 km


note: includes Nile River, Lake Nasser, Alexandria-Cairo Waterway, and numerous smaller canals w delta; Suez Canal (193.5 km including approaches) navigable by oceangoing vessels drawing up to 17.68 m (2006)
SalwadorSalwador Rio Lempa partially navigable dla small craft (2007)
EstoniaEstonia 320 km (2006)
Unia EuropejskaUnia Europejska 52,332 km (2006)
FidziFidzi 203 km


note: 122 km navigable by motorized craft and 200-metric-ton barges (2006)
FinlandiaFinlandia 7,842 km


note: includes Saimaa Canal system of 3,577 km; southern part leased from Rosja (2006)
FrancjaFrancja metropolitan Francja: 8,500 km (1,686 km accessible to craft of 3,000 metric tons)


Gujana Francuska: 3,760 km (460 km navigable by small oceangoing vessels and coastal and river steamers, 3,300 km by native craft) (2006)
GabonGabon 1,600 km (310 km on Ogooue River) (2007)
GambiaGambia 390 km (on River Gambia; small ocean-going vessels can reach 190 km) (2006)
NiemcyNiemcy 7,467 km


note: Rhine River carries most goods; Main-Danube Canal links North Sea and Black Sea (2006)
GhanaGhana 1,293 km


note: 168 km dla launches and lighters on Volta, Ankobra, and Tano rivers; 1,125 km of arterial and feeder waterways on Lake Volta (2007)
GrecjaGrecja 6 km


note: Corinth Canal (6 km) crosses the Isthmus of Corinth; shortens sea voyage by 325 km (2007)
GwatemalaGwatemala 990 km


note: 260 km navigable year round; additional 730 km navigable during high-water season (2007)
GwineaGwinea 1,300 km (navigable by shallow-draft native craft) (2005)
Gwinea BissauGwinea Bissau rivers are navigable dla some distance; many inlets and creeks give shallow-water access to much of interior (2007)
GujanaGujana Berbice, Demerara, and Essequibo rivers are navigable by oceangoing vessels dla 150 km, 100 km, and 80 km respectively (2006)
HondurasHonduras 465 km (most navigable only by small craft) (2007)
WegryWegry 1,622 km (most on Danube River) (2007)
IndieIndie 14,500 km


note: 5,200 km on major rivers and 485 km on canals suitable dla mechanized vessels (2006)
IndonezjaIndonezja 21,579 km (2007)
IranIran 850 km (on Karun River; additional service on Lake Urmia) (2006)
IrakIrak 5,279 km


note: Euphrates River (2,815 km), Tigris River (1,899 km), and Third River (565 km) are principal waterways (2006)
IrlandiaIrlandia 956 km (pleasure craft only) (2007)
WlochyWlochy 2,400 km


note: used dla commercial traffic; of limited overall value compared to road and rail (2006)
JaponiaJaponia 1,770 km (seagoing vessels use inland seas) (2007)
KazachstanKazachstan 4,000 km (on the Ertis ((Irtysh)) River (80%) and Syr Darya ((Syrdariya)) River) (2006)
KeniaKenia part of Lake Victoria system is within boundaries of Kenia (2006)
KiribatiKiribati 5 km (small network of canals w Line Islands) (2007)
Polnocna KoreaPolnocna Korea 2,250 km (most navigable only by small craft) (2007)
Poludniowa KoreaPoludniowa Korea 1,608 km (most navigable only by small craft) (2007)
KirgistanKirgistan 600 km (2007)
LaosLaos 4,600 km


note: primarily Mekong and tributaries; 2,900 additional km are intermittently navigable by craft drawing less than 0.5 m (2007)
LotwaLotwa 300 km (2006)
LiechtensteinLiechtenstein 28 km (2006)
LitwaLitwa 425 km (2005)
LuksemburgLuksemburg 37 km (on Moselle River) (2007)
MadagaskarMadagaskar 600 km (2006)
MalawiMalawi 700 km (on Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi) and Shire River) (2007)
MalezjaMalezja 7,200 km


note: Peninsular Malezja 3,200 km; Sabah 1,500 km; Sarawak 2,500 km (2005)
MaliMali 1,800 km (2007)
MeksykMeksyk 2,900 km (navigable rivers and coastal canals) (2007)
MoldawiaMoldawia 424 km (on Dniester and Prut rivers) (2007)
MongoliaMongolia 580 km


note: only waterway w operation is Lake Hovsgol (135 km); Selenge River (270 km) and Orhon River (175 km) are navigable but carry little traffic; lakes and rivers freeze w winter, are open from maj to wrzesien (2004)
MozambikMozambik 460 km (Zambezi River navigable to Tete and along Cahora Bassa Lake) (2007)
HolandiaHolandia 6,183 km (navigable dla ships of 50 tons) (2005)
NikaraguaNikaragua 2,220 km (including lakes Managua and Nikaragua) (2007)
NigerNiger 300 km (the Niger, the only major river, is navigable to Gaya between wrzesien and marzec) (2005)
NigeriaNigeria 8,600 km (Niger and Benue rivers and smaller rivers and creeks) (2007)
NorwegiaNorwegia 1,577 km (2007)
PanamaPanama 800 km (includes 82 km Panama Canal) (2007)
Papua-Nowa GwineaPapua-Nowa Gwinea 11,000 km (2006)
ParagwajParagwaj 3,100 km (2007)
PeruPeru 8,808 km


note: 8,600 km of navigable tributaries of Amazon system and 208 km of Lago Titicaca (2007)
FilipinyFilipiny 3,219 km (limited to vessels z draft less than 1.5 m) (2007)
PolskaPolska 3,997 km (navigable rivers and canals) (2006)
PortugaliaPortugalia 210 km (on Douro River from Porto) (2006)
RumuniaRumunia 1,731 km


note: includes 1,075 km on Danube River, 524 km on secondary branches, and 132 km on canals (2006)
RosjaRosja 102,000 km (including 33,000 km z guaranteed depth)


note: 72,000 km system w European Rosja links Baltic Sea, White Sea, Caspian Sea, Sea of Azov, and Black Sea (2006)
RuandaRuanda Lac Kivu navigable by shallow-draft barges and native craft (2006)
SenegalSenegal 1,000 km (primarily on Senegal, Saloum, and Casamance rivers) (2005)
SerbiaSerbia 587 km (primarily on Danube and Sava rivers) (2005)
Sierra LeoneSierra Leone 800 km (600 km year round) (2005)
SlowacjaSlowacja 172 km (on Danube River) (2005)
HiszpaniaHiszpania 1,000 km (2003)
Sri LankaSri Lanka 160 km (primarily on rivers w southwest) (2006)
SudanSudan 4,068 km (1,723 km open year round on White and Blue Nile rivers) (2006)
SurinamSurinam 1,200 km (most navigable by ships z drafts up to 7 m) (2005)
SzwecjaSzwecja 2,052 km (2005)
SzwajcariaSzwajcaria 65 km (Rhine River between Basel-Rheinfelden and Schaffhausen-Bodensee) (2003)
SyriaSyria 900 km (not economically significant) (2005)
TadzykistanTadzykistan 200 km (along Vakhsh River) (2006)
TanzaniaTanzania Lake Tanganyika, Lake Victoria, and Lake Nyasa principal avenues of commerce z neighboring countries; rivers not navigable (2005)
TajlandiaTajlandia 4,000 km


note: 3,701 km navigable by boats z drafts up to 0.9 m (2005)
TogoTogo 50 km (seasonally on Mono River depending on rainfall) (2005)
TurcjaTurcja 1,200 km (2005)
TurkmenistanTurkmenistan 1,300 km (Amu Darya and Kara Kum canal important inland waterways) (2006)
UgandaUganda on Lake Victoria, 200 km on Lake Albert, Lake Kyoga, and parts of Albert Nile (2005)
UkrainaUkraina 2,253 km (most on Dnieper River) (2006)
Wielka BrytaniaWielka Brytania 3,200 km (620 km used dla commerce) (2003)
Stany ZjednoczoneStany Zjednoczone 41,009 km (19,312 km used dla commerce)


note: Saint Lawrence Seaway of 3,769 km, including the Saint Lawrence River of 3,058 km, shared z Kanada (2007)
UrugwajUrugwaj 1,600 km (2005)
UzbekistanUzbekistan 1,100 km (2006)
WenezuelaWenezuela 7,100 km


note: Orinoco River (400 km) and Lake de Maracaibo navigable by oceangoing vessels (2005)
WietnamWietnam 17,702 km (5,000 km navigable by vessels up to 1.8 m draft) (2005)
SwiatSwiat 671,886 km (2004)
ZambiaZambia 2,250 km (includes Lake Tanganyika and the Zambezi and Luapula rivers) (2005)
ZimbabweZimbabwe on Lake Kariba (2005)
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