2 edition of Report on surveys to Lake Nasser and Lake Nubia, (1972-1973) found in the catalog.
Report on surveys to Lake Nasser and Lake Nubia, (1972-1973)
B. A. G. Entz
Added t.p. in Arabic.
|Statement||by B.A.G. Entz, A.F.A. Latif.|
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 6, Working paper (Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) ;, no. 6.|
|Contributions||Latif, A. F. A.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/04527 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137, 13 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||89960346|
Saad, M.A.H., Studies on agricultural residue (pesticides) and heavy metals. Biological interactions in Lake Mariut, a highly polluted lake in Egypt. Final Report, part of the Coordinated isotopic tracer aided research and monitoring programme on agricultural residue - biological interactions in . Now our understanding of this civilization is once again threatened with obscurity. The Sudanese government is building a hydroelectric dam along the Nile, miles upstream from the Aswan High Dam, which Egypt constructed in the s, consigning much of lower Nubia to the bottom of Lake Nasser (called Lake Nubia in Sudan).
As regards transmission of schistosomiasis in Lake Nasser, infection with S. haematobium was prevalent among the fishermen working there. The prevalence of detected S. haematobium infection at entry to the lake declined from 67% in both and to 18% in and 20% in This was attributed to the widespread use of metrifonate in Cited by: This is as much a matter of necessity as choice for many of the sites are now submerged beneath Lake Nasser or otherwise inaccessible to visitors, but I wonder that Jackson does not say more about the continued exploitation of the gold mines of the Wadi Allaqui during the Roman period, which are mentioned only in passing (pp. , ).Author: John Whitehorne.
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The major portion lies in Egypt (Lake Nasser); the Sudanese part is known as Lake Nubia. Accumulation of water, primarily aimed at generating hydroelectric power and irrigation, started in Author: Gamal Shabrawy.
Latif, A. & A. Elewa, Physico-chemical characteristics of Lake Nasser and Lake Nubia. Report on Surveys to Lake Nasser and River Nile Project.
Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, Cairo, Egypt, pp. Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. Lake Nasser forms together with Lake Nubia, the southern part of the huge reservoir, one of the greatest man-made lakes in Africa.
This artificial impoundment on the Nile River when full, will extend from the High Dam (HD) at Aswan (Egypt) till the Dal Cataract (Sudan) between the 23°58′ and 20°27′ north latitude and 30°35′ and 33°15′ east by: Four fisheries surveys were carried out in Lake Nasser, the largest lake in Egypt (about km 2), in order to assess the lake fisheries during the period from March to March Entz, B.A.G.
and A.F.A. Latif, Report on surveys to Lake Nasser and Lake Nubia (–). Aswan, Lake Nasser Development Center Project (RPA/UNDP/FAO) Working paper (6) FAO/UNDP, Fish yield projections on the Nasser Reservoir (including Lake Nubia, the Sudan).
Report prepared for the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt by FAO. Report on surveys to Lake Nasser and Lake Nubia Country Slide Prevalence Surveys Only two surveys have been carried out in Egypt which saapled the entire country, excluding Nubia, Lake Nasser, and the Desert Areas and are comparable.
The first was completed in by 3. With a total length of about 6, km (4, mi) between the region of Lake Victoria and the Mediterranean Sea, the Nile is the longest river on drainage basin of the Nile covers 3, square kilometers (1, sq mi), about 10% of the area of Africa.
Compared to other major rivers, though, the Nile carries little water (5% of the Congo's river, for example).⁃ location: Burundi. The SARS archive contains the original records from the society's survey and excavation projects, as well as a large number of photographs, negatives and transparencies from numerous scholars and travelers between the s and s.
Many record sites long since destroyed, particularly those in the region of Lake Nubia/Nasser and at Suakin. The Lake extends from the dam itself in the north to the Cataract at Dal, Sudan in the south. The major portion of the Lake lies in Egypt and is known as Lake Nasser and Lake Nubia on the Sudanese side.
Lake Nasser extends between latitudes 22° 00' - 23" 58' N and longitudes 31° 19'- 33° 19' E. Lake Chad, West Africa () Lake Turkana, East Africa () Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania () Rosso, Mauritania (, ) Saloum, Sénégal () University of Nairobi: Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies (Nairobi, Kenya).
The High Dam at Aswan was completed inand since then the water of the Nile has collected to form the km long Lake Nasser.
The lake averages about 10 km in width, but bays extending up into former wadis make its outline very irregular. When the lake is filled to its maximum level of m above sea level, the reservoir holds nearly Status and assessment of the sediment of the AHD reservoir and modeling the impacts of GERD on Lake Nubia sediment accumulation lake nasser increase deficit flood km3 cairo levels sediments groundwater Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences.
Other readers. The economy of Egypt was a highly centralized economy focused on import substitution under President Gamal Abdel the s, a series of International Monetary Fund arrangements, coupled with massive external debt relief resulting from Egypt's participation in the Gulf War coalition, helped Egypt improve its macroeconomic performance.
Sincethe pace of structural reforms Currency: Egyptian pound (E£, EGP). I found that cluster analysis of body weight, 25 morphometric measurements and seven meristic counts separated most of the population of Synodontis schall, from the Jebel Aulia area, Khartoum along the White Nile, from the population of Lake Nubia, the southern part of a large reservoir on the River Nile at the northern borders of the Sudan, above the Aswan High Dam in by: 4.
More than likely, that will be the plan Zincou. Thanks for feedback on Elephantine Island. Will spend a day in Aswan area and either head down to Abu Simbel or just use the day to relax, set up our felucca for next day, and take a ride to elephantine island or somewhere local on Lake Nasser.
The Nile Delta of Egypt, irrigated by the Nile River and its many distributaries, is some of the richest farm land in the world and home to over half of Egypt's population.
The capital city of Cairo lies at the apex of the delta in the lower left. To the west of the river and near the delta apex one can see the three large pyramids and sphinx.
The lake was created in the s when the High Dam was built near Aswan, and now covers much of Egyptian Nubia, once home to hundreds of tombs, temples and churches.
Some monuments were moved from their original sites before the building of the dam and are grouped together at four locations: Kalabsha, Wadi As Subua (accessible only by boat. Lake Nasser is one of the largest artificial water reservoirs worldwide.
The lake was created with the construction of Aswan High Dam 5 km up Stream of Aswan city in Upper Egypt in Lake Nasser is located in an arid region in the south of Egypt.
It is a mesotrophic lake (Mageed and Heikal, ). Lake Nasser is the second largest manmade Cited by: 2. In the early ’s, when Egypt built the High Dam at Aswan, Egyptologists and archaeologists the world over heeded UNESCO’s appeal to salvage the monuments of Egyptian Nubia before the rising waters of Lake Nasser submerged them forever.
More than sixty expeditions ultimately joined the “Nubian Rescue Campaign“, which resulted in the excavation and recording of hundreds of. The Nile River has been Egypt's life blood for millenniums. About km north of the border between Egypt and Sudan lays the Aswan High Dam, a huge rock-filled dam as a long term storage system to feed the country with its vital water resources according to its needs.
The construction of the dam created a huge reservoir - Lake Nasser - which extends over a large surface area of km2, (one Author: S. Zaghloul, R. Konecny. The new gallery is currently hosting an exhibition of 40cmx40cm photos, enlarged from the originals, of the historical sites now under Lake Nasser, which is also where most of the objects in the museum come from.
The exhibition is called ‘Nubia Submerged’.EPA/ July HUMAN INTESTINAL PARASITIC INFECTIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FACTORS IN RURAL EGYPTIAN COMMUNITIES A Report of the U.S.-Egyptian River Nile and Lake Nasser Research Project by F. DeWolfe Miller Mohamad Hussein Khalil H.
Mancy Morton S. Hilbert The University of Michigan School of Public Health Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. U and The .Even though 50 years have passed since the formation of Lake Nasser, there has not been an accurate estimate of the lake’s evaporation losses. The study aimed to provide better estimates and more insight on temporal and spatial distribution over the lake’s surface as a function of water level variation in the Lake over the year.