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Rivers of the World - The Nile

by James Barter

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156006935X, Hardcover)

The Nile tells the story of one of the world's most remarkable rivers. From its source in Equatorial Africa to the Mediterranean Sea four thousand miles away, the ancient Egyptians once revered the Nile as a god because of its life-giving water. Recently however, dams, canals, and pollutants have altered the river creating many problems that scientists and environmentalists are working to resolve.

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Describes the Nile River from ancient times to the present, and discusses what must be done to protect and preserve this river.

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