2 edition of Final report of the Symposium on Rehabilitating the Ethiopian Economy found in the catalog.
Final report of the Symposium on Rehabilitating the Ethiopian Economy
Symposium on Rehabilitating the Ethiopian Economy (1992 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
|Statement||[organized by] Inter-Africa Group.|
|Contributions||Inter Africa Group., United Nations Development Programme.|
|LC Classifications||HC845 .S96 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||97981411|
This review analyses the environmental evolution of the Ethiopian highlands in the late Quaternary. The late Pleistocene (20,–12, 14 C years BP) was cold and dry, with (1) low lake levels in the Rift Valley, (2) large debris fans on the flanks of Lake Abhé basin, and (3) the Blue Nile transporting coarse bedload. Then, a period with abundant and less seasonal rains existed between Waterbury J. Agenda for the Nile basin co-operation final report of Woodrow Wilson School nd: conflict and co-operation in the Nile Valley, Princeton, Princeton University, May Google Scholar Yaekob A () Transboundary waters: prospects for peaceful co-existence in the horn of ://
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