Iceland: Statistics

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People  Source: The World Bank
Population 327,589 (2014)
Population Growth Rate 1.174 annual % (2014)
Age Dependency Ratio 50.949 % of working-age population (2014)
Urban Population 94.042 % of total (2014)
Infant Mortality Rate 1.6 per 1,000 live births (2015)
Life Expectancy at Birth 83.117 years (2013)
Age distribution - % of total population (2014);
Energy Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration
    Production 17,426,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Consumption 16,940,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Exports 0 kWh (2013)
    Imports 0 kWh (2013)
    Renewable Electricity Generation 17,423,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Production 0 bbl/day (2013)
    Consumption 17,165.8 bbl/day (2013)
    Exports (Refined) 2,157.98 bbl/day (2012)
    Imports (Refined) 14,516.94 bbl/day (2012)
    Proved Reserves (Crude) 0 bbl (2015)
    Production (Gross) 0 cu ft (2012)
    Consumption (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Exports (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Imports (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Proved Reserves 0 cu ft (2015)
Technology & Infrastructure  Source: CIA World Factbook
Airports 99 (2012 )
Cellular Telephones 344,100 (2011 )
Highways 12,869 km (2009 )
Internet Hosts 369,969 (2012 )
Internet Users 301,600 (2009 )
Telephones 191,100 (2011 )
Geography & Environment Source: CIA World Factbook
LocationNorthern Europe, island between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the United Kingdom
Total Area103,000 sq. km
Land Area100,250 sq. km
Water Area2,750 sq. km
Coastline4,970 km
Climatetemperate; moderated by North Atlantic Current; mild, windy winters; damp, cool summers
Terrainmostly plateau interspersed with mountain peaks, icefields; coast deeply indented by bays and fiords
Lowest PointAtlantic Ocean 0 m
Highest Point Hvannadalshnukur 2,110 m (at Vatnajokull glacier)

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