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Article or Chapter TitleInnermost Asia
Record Number10296
Journal or Book TitleInnermost Asia: A detailed report of explorations in Central Asia, Kan-su and eastern Iran, carried out and described under the orders of H.M. Indian government
Primary author or editorStein, Aurel
DescriptionSir Aurel Stein's account focuses on Hamun lake and the Band-i-Seistan. Hamun lake, which fluctuates throughout the year, produces fertile soil noted for its lack of salt. However, with the shifting bed of the Helmand river, areas once thriving have become desert. Stein recommends the usage of barrages to control and divert river discharge to previously abandoned plots.
PublisherClarendon Press
Place of PublicationOxford
Subject(s)Helmand; Hamun; Irrigation; Agriculture; Seistan
Water Basin(s)Helmand
CountriesIran
Afghanistan
Page(s)5 p.
LanguageEnglish
Date1928-00-00
Library LocationArchives maps & microfiche - standard size file cabinets
DonorLaylin, John G.
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