An exploration of Egypt, this resource examines the country's important industries, physical geography, environment and social geography, including how people spend their leisure time. It is part of a series that has been written with students working at Key Stages Three and Four in mind.
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Urban Egypt 32
Economy and Trade 40
Social Economic and Environmental Issues 52
Abu Simbel agricultural air pollution Alexandria ancient Ancient Egypt Aswan High Dam attractions barchans birth rate boats building built cent centre channels city's climate Coptic Christians Coral reefs country's countryside crops delta densities distributaries dunes earnings economically developed countries El-Azhar environmental evaporation farmers farming flood Giza grow hectares housing Hurghada important income increase industries informal sector irrigation Islamic Lake Nasser land landscape largest LEDCs live in Cairo Luxor mainly major Mediterranean Sea Mercedes car Middle East million Mosque Muslims needed Nile Basin Nile valley Nile water October City overcrowded overseas poor population growth problems Pyramids rainfall Ramses Ramses II Red Sea Red Sea resorts River Nile Saudi scheme silt Sinai Sixth of October soil Source South Valley Development Sphinx streets STUDY Suez Canal temples tourism trade Upper Egypt urban areas Valley Development Project visitors Western Desert winds workers Zabbaleens