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Indigenous Water-Harvesting Systems in West Asia and North Africa

Edited By: T Oweis, A Hachum and A Bruggeman
173 pages, colour photos, maps, illus
Publisher: ICARDA
Indigenous Water-Harvesting Systems in West Asia and North Africa
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  • Indigenous Water-Harvesting Systems in West Asia and North Africa Paperback Dec 2004 Unavailable #156376
  • Indigenous Water-Harvesting Systems in West Asia and North Africa ISBN: 9789291271474 Hardback Dec 2004 Unavailable #156377
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This book is the outcome of a project on "On-farm Water Husbandry in West Asia and North Africa," implemented by ICARDA in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Pakistan, Syria, Tunisia, and Yemen. Studies on indigenous water-harvesting systems reported in the book from these countries, with illustrations of indigenous water-harvesting systems, point to the fact that traditional techniques are the most sustainable and environmentally friendly, and should be the basis for planning modern water-harvesting systems.

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Edited By: T Oweis, A Hachum and A Bruggeman
173 pages, colour photos, maps, illus
Publisher: ICARDA
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