1 edition of Water resources and soil potential development in the New Valley/Egypt. found in the catalog.
Water resources and soil potential development in the New Valley/Egypt.
by Arab Republic of Egypt, German Agency for Technical Cooperation in [Cairo]
Written in English
|Other titles||New Valley/Egypt.|
|Contributions||Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit.|
|LC Classifications||TD317.A1 W37 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <4A > :|
|LC Control Number||86967915|
The presence of heavy metals in the environment constitutes a potential source of both soil and groundwater pollution. This study has focused on the reactivity of lead (Pb), copper (Cu) and Cadmium (Cd) during their transfer in a calcareous soil of Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Kinetic, monometal and competitive batch tests were carried out at pH Two simplified models Cited by: The potential of return migrants to contribute to the social and economic development of a home country with the experiences they have gained abroad. Offshore Banking Financial services offered by islands or micro-states that are typically confidential and tax exempt.
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Water is one of the necessities for human existence, and human settlements have long been based on the availability of water for human consumption and agriculture, navigation, and the production of energy. In North Africa and Southwest Asia, the availability of water has an even greater relevance because of the dominant type B climate.
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Typically, water resources represent the fundamental parameter for initiation and sustainability of desert land development for both agricultural such industrial purposes.
Therefore, exploring the quantity and quality of such valuable resources has the .This study was conducted to provide knowledge about the main soil factors that affect soil depositional mode, profile development and its suitability for specific crops at the desert belt between El-Fayoum depression and the Nile Valley at Beni-Suef Governorate, Egypt.
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