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Population and Environmental Degradation. (In Arabic)

Population and Environmental Degradation. (In Arabic)

Show simple item record Abdel Atti, Hassan Ahmed
dc.coverage.spatial Nile River State en_US
dc.coverage.spatial Lower River Atbara area en_US 2018-11-05T18:56:35Z 2019-03-25T23:02:40Z 2020-01-19T12:25:26Z 2018-11-05T18:56:35Z 2019-03-25T23:02:40Z 2020-01-19T12:25:26Z 1985
dc.description The seminar represented the final stage in the study of environmental conditions in Lower Atbara that lasted for over two years. This work was done jointly by IES and Clark University USA Programme of Environmental Training and Management in Africa (ETMA). en_US
dc.description.abstract This paper encompassed some social and socio-economic aspects of the inhabitants at Lower Atbara area these issues included (a)ethnic composition (b)community construction due to age and sex (c)migrating groups and densities (d)economic activities and standard of living (e)labours (f)community services. There was an urgent need for availability of drinking water for irrigation. The inhabitants pointed out to causes environment degradation as (1)shortage in rainfall (2)decrease in water level of the Atbara River (3)deterioration in soil fertility, vegetational cover and crop production (4)decrease in animal production due to increase in animals' diseases. en_US
dc.publisher IES en_US
dc.relation.ispartof Proceedings of the Seminar on Problems of Environmental Degradation and Possible Alternatives in the Lower Atbara area , IES in collaboration with Seidan and Ed-Damar Rural Councils.29-6-1-7 1985. en_US
dc.subject Environmental Degradation en_US
dc.subject Population en_US
dc.title Population and Environmental Degradation. (In Arabic) en_US

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