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Arid zone development: Potentialities and problems
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Written in English
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Arid Zone Development: Potentialities and Problems. The Proceedings of a Symposium Cosponsored by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, October, MUNDLAK, Yair & SINGER, S. Fred eds. "Arid zone development potentialities and problems: edited by Yair Mundlak and S.
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ARID ZONE DEVELOPMENT Potentialities and Problems Edited by Yair Mundlak, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and S. Fred Singer, University of Virginia (Published for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences) Presented at a Symposium marking the 50th anniversary of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, these papers extend beyond a.
ARID ZONE DEVELOPMENT Potentialities and Problems Edited by Yair Mundlak, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and S. Fred Singer, University of Virginia (Published for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences) These papers extend beyond a technical review of research to explore the possibilities for effecting fundamental changes in arid land.
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