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" Of this area, 250,000 acres, which are to-day inundated in flood and lie along the edge of the deserts, must continue to be inundated in flood for all time to prevent the sands of the desert from spreading over the Nile Valley. Their value is 5,000,000.... "
The Nile in 1904 - Page 75
by Sir William Willcocks - 1904 - 225 pages
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The Windsor Magazine, Volume 4

The WIndsor Magazine, WARD, LOCK & CO., june roy, ward, lock &, limited - 1896
...quarter of a million of acres which lie along the edge of the desert can only be inundated in time of flood, for all time, to prevent the sands of the desert...acres, two-thirds are irrigated only in flood, and one- third is not irrigated at all. These two million acres have a mean value of 25 per acre, and...
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The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women, Volume 21

1905
...to prevent the sands of the desert from spreading over the Nile valley. Their value is 6,000,000. Four million acres are perennially irrigated. They have a mean value of 55 par acre, and "have a total value of 220,000,000. Of the remaining two million acres, two-thirds...
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Consular Reports: Commerce, manufactures, etc, Issues 313-315

Consular reports - 1906
...to prevent the sands of the desert from spreading over the Nile Valley. Their value is $25,000,000. Four million acres are perennially irrigated. They have a mean value of $225 per acre, and have a total value of $1,100,000,000. Of the remaining 2,000,000 acres, two-thirds...
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Monthly consular and trade reports, Volume 82, Issues 312-315

United States. Bureau of Manufactures, United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce (1854-1903)., United States. Dept. of Commerce and Labor. Bureau of Statistics - Consular reports - 1906
...to prevent the sands of the desert from spreading over the Nile Valley. Their value is ^25,000,000. Four million acres are perennially irrigated. They have a mean value of $225 per acre, and have a total value of $1,100,000,000. Of tho remaining 2,000,000 acres, two-thirds...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 37

Geography - 1905
...flood and lie along the edge of the deserts, m ust continue to be inundated in flood for all time lo prevent the sands of the desert from spreading over...irrigated. They have a mean value of .55 per acre, and a total value of 320,000,000. Of the remaining 2,000,000 acres, two-thirds are irrigated only in...
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Bulletin, Volume 37

Geography - 1905
...of the soil of Egypt. Egypt has a total irrigable area of 6% millions acres. Of this area, 250,000 acres, which are to-day inundated in flood and lie...irrigated. They have a mean value of 55 per acre, and a total value of 220,000,000. Of the remaining 2,000,000 acres, two-thirds are irrigated only in...
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