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The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal 1900-1988 (Oxford Studies in African Affairs)


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This is a history of the hydropolitics of the Nile Valley from 1900 to 1988. Attempts to develop the Nile and control its waters are of vital significance to the future of the inhabitants of Egypt, the Sudan, Ethiopia, and East Africa. Acute drought and heavy flooding in the Nile Basin have brought disaster in the past, and the history of the area is the story of human effort to control the precious waters of the river. Written by a distinguished authority in the field, this highly interdisciplinary study will appeal to those interested in the environment, politics, third world development, anthropology, zoology, and economic history.

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Manufacturer:Clarendon Press
Brand:Brand: Oxford University Press, USA
Part Number:6 figures, 11 maps
Publisher:Clarendon Press
Studio:Clarendon Press
MPN:6 figures, 11 maps
UPC:000198217846
EAN:9780198217848
Item Weight:1.53 pounds
Item Size:1.29 x 8.75 x 8.75 inches
Package Weight:1.23 pounds
Package Size:5.67 x 1.1 x 1.1 inches

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