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Menoufiya University (2015)

Evaluation of land and water resources for agricultural purposes at some areas in south Egypt

Elwan, Saber Mohamed Abd El-Hamid.

Titre : Evaluation of land and water resources for agricultural purposes at some areas in south Egypt

Auteur : Elwan, Saber Mohamed Abd El-Hamid.

Etablissement de soutenance : Menoufiya University.

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Soil Sciences 2015

Résumé partiel
This research aims to study the morphological, physical, chemical and mineralogical characteristics, in addition to recognize the origin and uniformity of materials for some soils and water resources in some southern Egypt areas for agricultural purposes, that the area represented Alhnobi the southwestern part of the Toshka area, as well as Classification and evaluation Quantitative of these soils, Moreover, study the suitability of these soils for growing certain major agricultural crops was achieved. This work could be present important information about the potential land resources for proper sustainable agriculture in this area. • Toshka area lies between longitudes 30° 30’ and 32° 00’ to the east and latitudes 22° 30’ and 23° 30’ in the north and away from the Aswan distance of 270 km southwest of Aswan, west and south-west of the High Dam Lake. • The study area is located in the southern part of Western desert in Egypt between longitudes 31° 00’ 07” and 31° 15’ 25” east and latitudes 22° 33’ 24” and 22° 51’ 46” in the north, east and west through the Toshka - El Owinat - Darb El-Arabian. North and South branch 4 within the reins sub (3.4) and that starting from kilometer (75) southwest Toshka Even kilometer (135) southwest Toshka on the road Toshka - El Owinat - Darb El-Arabian, south-west of the High Dam Lake, and the area under the study covers an area of (196 148) Feddands.

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