Publisher: Cambridge University Press. The Nile: Sharing a Scarce Resource.
Cambridge Core - Hydrology, Hydrogeology and Water Resources - The Nile . Geology, hydrology and utilization. The Holocene, Vol. 5, Issue.
Geology, hydrology and utilization.
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This book contains 19 papers presented at a conference held to address these issues.
The environmental element of the complex matter of evaluating and managing the international water resource of the Nile is addressed in this volume. См. также: Общий менеджмент.
Contributor(s): Allan, J. A. (John Anthony) Howell, P. P. (Paul Philip). Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press,Description: xvii, 408 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 0521450403. Subject(s): Water-supply - Nile River Watershed - Management Water resources development - Economic aspects - Nile River Watershed Water rights - Nile River WatershedDDC classification: 33. 100962 Online resources: Publisher description Table of contents.
Published August 26, 1994 by Cambridge University Press. In this chapter a brief outline is given of the evolution of the River Nile.
In P. Howell & J. Allan (Ed., The Nile: Sharing a scarce resource. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cookson-Hills, C. (2013)
In P. (2013). The Aswan Dam and Egyptian water control policy, 1882–1902. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Dumont, H. J. (2009). A description of the Nile Basin and a synopsis of its history, ecology, biogeography, hydrology, and natural resources