Research guide to the arid lands of the world
For arid countries notes percentages and area of aridity; the bibliography covers the following aspects of drylands research: science and technology, geology, climatology, hydrology, soils, biology, agriculture, irrigation, plant culture, animal culture, agricultural economics, energy, demography, anthropology, medicine, urban and historical geography, architectureand economic development.
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100.0 GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES administration series bibliography agricultural American University foreign annotated bibliography Arid Semiarid Subhumid ARIDITY DESERTIFICATION RISK atlas ATLASES Australia bibliogra Bibliografia Board on Geographic Center citations climate CLIMATOLOGY CPL exchange bibliography desert DESERTIFICATION RISK Hyperarid Dryland areas ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economist Intelligence Unit foreign area studies GAZETTEERS Geographic Names geology High By definition Hyperarid Arid Semiarid hyperarid regions includes unannotated bibliography irrigation Islands latitude/longitude coordinates maps Mexico Moderate in hyperarid Monticello Narrative summary nation nation's history Non-dryland Total Area NTIS official standard names place-names with latitude/longitude Public administration series Quarterly economic review Republic RISK Hyperarid Arid savanna selected bibliography Semiarid Subhumid Aridity Senegal soils Sonoran Desert South Africa standard names approved Subhumid Aridity Totals Tanzania Territory Total Drylands U.S. Board U.S. Dept U.S. Forest Service U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Weather Bureau United States Board University foreign area University of Arizona Vance Bibliographies Washington DC Zambia