A History of Ancient Egypt: From The First Farmers to The Great Pyramid By John Romer. New York City: Thomas Dunne Books, 2013

Evaluation of the Siltation Processes in the Navigation Channel of the Damietta Harbour at the Northeastern Nile Delta Coast of Egypt

Development of an Electronic Knowledge Base to Facilitate Industrial Pollution Prevention Efforts in Egypt

Design and Construction of the First Bored Tunnel Under the Nile River

Installation of a Flexible Pipeline Irrigation System in Egypt

Aquifer Storage in Southern Sinai

Summary of These Olde Pyramids Presentation

Geotechnical Challenges Faced on Line 2 of the Greater Cairo Metro System

Mortality and Morbidity Patterns Associated with the October 12, 1992 Egypt Earthquake

On Housing Administration and Legislation of Egypt

A Decision Support System for the High Aswan Dam

Comparison Between Different Reliability Techniques to Calculate the Standard Deviation of the Predicted Traffic: A Case Study from Egypt

Challenges and Opportunities in Egypt's Integrated Water Resources Strategy
Egypt's Nile irrigation system is a very complicated, old operated, continuously expanding system. It may be also described as a highly productive irrigated agriculture system....

The Recharging Effects of the New Aswan Dam Lake on the Ground Water Aquifers

Management of Sedimentation and Degradation Problems of the Nile River in Egypt

Egypt's Water Resources Strategic Research Program

Remediation of Contaminated Aquifers with Reclaimed Sewage Water

Application of the FESWMS-2DH Software to Solve the Navigation Problem at EL-Menya Bridge in Egypt
The purpose of this paper is to introduce the application of a two-dimensional Finite Element Surface Water Modelling System on a navigation problem located along the Nile river in front...

Calibration of Movable Bed Model for Armant Area
The morphology of the Nile River, in Egypt, is undergoing continuous changes which causes navigation bottle-necks in some local reaches. About 200 km downstream Aswan, at Armant area,...

Geomorphological and Geological Evolution of the Quaternary Nile Delta and its Rate of Subsidence
Three-dimensional geomorphological models have been constructed for the Nile Delta, simply illustrate its development and geologic evolution from the Late Pliocene to Recent. This attempt...





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