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Agricultural policies of Mediterranean countries and water shortages: some preliminary thoughts


, : Agricultural policies of Mediterranean countries and water shortages: some preliminary thoughts. Reuse of low quality water for irrigation in Mediterranean Countries [Proceedings of the Cairo/Aswan Seminar, January 16-21, 1988]: 15-18

The following topics are considered: (I) the economic significance of water; (II) the need for a water policy; (III) agricultural policies and water.

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