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  • Author:
    Robert O. Collins
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    Markus Wiener Pub (June 1, 1996)
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Professor Collins' magisterial historical survey of the Nile debate from the beginning of this century should be. .

Professor Collins' magisterial historical survey of the Nile debate from the beginning of this century should be essential background reading for all those concerned.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This is a history of the hydropolitics of the Nile Valley from 1900 to 1988. Attempts to develop the Nile and control its waters are of vital significance to the future of the inhabitants of Egypt, the Sudan, Ethiopia, and East Africa. Start by marking The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal 1900-1988 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Acute drought and heavy flooding in the Nile Basin have brought disaster in the past, and the history of the area is the story of human eff This is a history of the hydropolitics of the Nile Valley from 1900 to 1988.

This is a history of the hydropolitics of the Nile Valley from 1900 to 1988. Acute drought and heavy flooding in the Nile Basin have brought disaster in the past, and the history of the area is the story of human effort to control the precious waters of the river.

Nile Waters - The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900–1988. By Robert O. Collins. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1990. 45. Paul Howell (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 January 2009.

Book Publishing WeChat. This study analyzed land use patterns in three different locations in Khartoum, Sudan: banks of River Nile, Blue and White Nile. 1990) The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal 1900-1988. Clarendon Press, Oxford. The main objective of the present study were 1) to assess the changes in land use and their impact on vegetation cover and sustainable livelihoods of the population, and 2) to identify the factors behind land use changes along the Banks of Niles, Khartoum State.

This is a study of the evolution of proposals to develop the Nile Basin to ensure the best use of its precious waters. The hydropolitics of the Nile Valley is the most important issue today for the future of the inhabitants of Egypt, the Sudan, Ethiopia, and East Africa. The story of & Control' is the product of British, Egyptian, and Sudanese engineers and hydrologists, whose designs have determined the way of life of the millions who depend upon the Nile waters for their survival.

Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988. Jonglei Canal (Sudan), Nile River Valley, Nile River Watershed. There's no description for this book yet. Published June 1996 by Markus Wiener Publishers.

Collins, R. O. (1990). The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988. The first use of the term hydropolitics came in this book. With the case of the Nile, Waterbury analyses the relationships

Collins, R. Oxford: Clarendon Press. This book addresses the history of hydropolitics of the Nile River Basin from 1900 to 1988. The author adopts an. interdisciplinary perspective with insights from environment, politics, development, anthropology and economic history. With the case of the Nile, Waterbury analyses the relationships. between hydraulics and policy and the results for the use of the resource. More particularly, he addresses the question of how.

Robert Oakley Collins (1933 – 2008) was an American historian of East .

Robert Oakley Collins (1933 – 2008) was an American historian of East Africa and Sudan. He published numerous articles and thirty-five books, including Shadows in the Grass: Britain in the Southern Sudan (Yale, 1983), which was awarded the John Ben Snow Foundation prize for the best book in British History and the Social Sciences written by a North American. Shadows in the Grass: Britain in the Southern Sudan, 1918-1956.

A history of the science of hydrology as applied to the Nile, whose annual flows can produce acute drought or disastrous floods. The author makes it clear that the decisive forces in his complex story are political ones, in a context of internal and international rivalries and brutal civil wars.