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41. 4625 4625 Report prepared in cooperation with USAID and SAR.

42. 10241 10241 "Water demand is approaching, and occasionally has surpassed, water supply in several Mideast water basins. As a result, various entities have formulated regional and project plans in an attempt to alleviate the perceived or real water shortages. A one-month desk study was performed to compile published information on the larger of the above plans which are referred to here as 'Grand Schemes'. An introduction offers a brief outline of the historical perspective of water problems in the Mideast, as well as the current situation. Each Grand Scheme is treated as an independent unit. The body of the study includes a brief description and evaluation of 16 Grand Schemes in and around the water basins of the Nile, Jordan, and Euphrates Rivers, and summaries of the prospects desalination, wastewater reuse, and conservation. The schemes include projects for interbasin water transfers by pipeline, canal, and towed plastic bags; and projects for hydro-power. An evaluation matrix offers a comparative framework for ranking the relative viability of each project."--Abstract page

43. 4626 4626 Report prepared in cooperation with USAID and SAR

44. 3162 3162

45. 4628 4628 Report prepared in cooperation with USAID and SAR

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48. 657 657 List of treaties.

49. 10247 10247 Associates for Middle East Research, Inc. (AMER) - Analysis, Research, Consulting, Data Services

50. 4631 4631 Report prepared in cooperation with USAID and SAR

51. 10248 10248 "It is axiomatic that because water is such a complex, pervasive issue, solutions to its problem must be commensurate with its complexity. The key to dealing effectively with the layered intracacies of water is to pay attention to the interlinkages, e.g., approaches that combine supply and demand-side policies. Controlling problems of water scarcity and maldistribution in hydrologically marginal regions such as the Middle East require policies that emphasize managing demand and need rather than focussing on increasingly difficult efforts to increase supplies."--Title page

52. 10197 10197 Hearing before the Subcommittee on Europe and the Middle East of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, Second Session. April 4; May 8; June 26; and July 17, 1990. Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

53. 4632 4632 Report prepared in cooperation with USAID and SAR

54. 2585 2585

55. 3590 3590

56. 4633 4633 Report prepared in cooperation with USAID and SAR

57. 2586 2586

58. 4634 4634

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