TITLE

Dipping a toe in the great manmade river

AUTHOR(S)
Dalyell, Tam
PUB. DATE
November 1991
SOURCE
New Scientist;11/23/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1796, p63
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Describes a visit to the man-made river project in Libya in 1991. Dimensions of the artificial river; Use of the Mediterranean Sea as the source of water for the river; Benefits of the man-made river project to the people of Libya; Number of British engineers working on the project despite the absence of a diplomatic relations between Great Britain and Libya.
ACCESSION #
10557667

 

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