Collins, Robert O.
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The Nile is the longest river in the world. It flows for more that four thousand miles through more than nine courties. The banks on the nile have been home to many peoples, but these huge and varied populations have exerted huge pressure on the river and its environment. From the early canals dug by the Pharaohs to the Aswan High Dam, Robet Collins charts the interplay between man and nature and raises important issues about the future of the Nile.

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Yale University Press, 2002.  260 pages, Quarto, dustwrapper, illustrations.

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Weight 700 g