Water Resources and Conflict in the Middle East

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1.1 Southern Nile basin: physical features 17
1.2 The Nile sources and tributaries: control and discharge 21
1.3 The barrages, dams and discharge of the Nile's tributaries 34
1.4 The Century Storage Plan according to Hurst (1952) 36
1.5 The Sudd and Machar marshes and the various plans for drainage schemes 54
1.6 The agricultural areas of Egypt 64
2.1 The geography and hydrology of the Tigris-Euphrates system 103
2.2 The climatic regions of Turkey, Syria and Iraq 105
2.3 The GAP in southeast Anatolia 124
2.4 The Peace Pipe 132
2.5 Irrigation areas and water projects in Syria 140
2.6 Irrigation projects, water withdrawals and irrigation areas in Iraq 145
3.1 Hydrology, geomorphology and geography of the Jordan-Yarmuk basin 174
3.2 Climate types in the Levant countries 178
3.3 Water projects (planned and realized) and irrigation areas in Jordan 205
3.4 The Arab diversion plan 207
3.5 Water projects in the Upper Yarmuk, Syria 210
3.6 Water projects in Israel 215
3.7 The groundwater aquifers of Israel and the West Bank 236

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