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304. 10275 10275 "The Bosporus is a historic strait 31 km long, whose bathymetry suggests the occurrence of earlier flood flows. Small semidurnal and fortnightly tides often are obscured by wind effects which occasionally reverse the southerly surface flow from the Black Sea. At depth, north-flowing Mediterranean water maintains the surface salinity of the Black Sea at about 17.5%. The location, thickness, and slope of the boundary layer vary according to the bathymetry, season, and winds."--Title page

305. 10276 10276 "The stable two-layer current system of the Turkish Straits makes it possible for Istanbul and nearby communities to safely discharge, after flotation, sewage into the lower layer. There it will mix with Mediterranean waters flowing into the anaerobic lower portion of the Black Sea where its suspended solids will be digested. Available data indicate that recreational use and fishing within the upper layer will not be affected. Heavy metals inadvertently discharged to sewers are expected to be largely precipitated as insoluble sulfides and deposited onto the floor of the Black Sea. A series of relatively small submarine outfalls will provide adequate disposal at minimum cost and, when future increasing water demands require reclamation, permit determination at that time of the optimum location of treatment and reclamation works."--Abstract page

306. 10277 10277 "The stable two-layer current system of the Turkish Straits makes it possible for Istanbul and nearby communities to safely discharge, after flotation, sewage into the lower layer where it will mix with the Mediterranean waters flowing into the anaerobic lower portion of the Black Sea."--Title page

307. 10278 10278 "Empirical models for identifying potential water quantity and water quality conflicts in water resources development are presented. These planning models are applied to a previously developed approach to using water as an instrument for reconciliation on Cyprus and to other areas in the Middle East with special reference to Turkey's Southeast Anatolia Project. It is argued that international activities require increasingly sophisticated information and technology transfer between water suppliers and recipients as improving global communications reveal technological and economic disparities."--Title page

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310. 10280 10280 "Streamflow and quality in the Columbia River Basin are predictably related maximum concentrations accompany minimum flows. Each reach of river has a unique signature which defines the local dependence of mineral quality upon flow. The basic form of flow quality relationships is a continuous annual cycle reflecting variations in rates at which minerals are weathered or leached from rocks or soils and in streamflow rates. These cyclic variations are most pronounced upper reaches of streams where they may be described by elliptical doughnuts on logarithmic plots of concentration versus flow. The pattern becomes more complex as tributaries from different elevations and snowmelt periods combine. Annual cycles of irrigation and drainage appear indistinguishable from purely natural processes. In either case, rising (spring) flows flush accumulated salts from the basin while falling (summer) flows remove only newly leached salts. Where annual cyclic variations in quality occur, their sequences are such that reservoirs, which are filled by early season rains up to limits required for flood control, will be filled with the most highly mineralized water."--Abstract page

311. 10281 10281 The Euphrates-Tigris Basin Water Game; Jordan River Simulation (1995); Water Scarcity Unit (1991); Middle East Water Games (MIDEWAG); Assorted papers included;

312. 10282 10282 For training purposes only. Assorted papers included.

313. 10283 10283 Satellite view (+ 173 D 034)

314. 10284 10284 Satellite view (+ 173 D 034)

315. 10285 10285 A. Proposed by State Department - February 1950; B. Revised Alternative Proposed by State Department - July 17, 1950; C. Recent Alternatives Proposed by State Department - June 27, 1950; D. Proposed by Representative of Afghanistan.

316. 10286 10286 Edited by St. Catherine Monastery

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319. 10289 10289 "Turkiye"

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