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    Author(s): Ronald S. Jr. Zalesny; Steven R. Evett; Nabil F. Kandil; Chris Soriano; John A. Stanturf
    Date: 2009
    Source: In: Sixth International Phytotechnologies Conference; 2009 December 2-4; St. Louis, MO. International Phytotechnology Society: 60.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    The Nile River provides nearly 97% of Egypt’s freshwater supply. Egypt's share of Nile waters is allocated according to international treaty obligations and is fixed at 55.5 billion cubic meters annually. As a result, Egypt will not be able to meet increasing water demand using freshwater from the Nile and has been developing wastewater reuse strategies to meet future demands.

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    Zalesny, Ronald S. Jr.; Evett, Steven R.; Kandil, Nabil F.; Soriano, Chris; Stanturf, John A. 2009. Opportunities for woody crop production using treated wastewater in Egypt. In: Sixth International Phytotechnologies Conference; December 2-4, 2009; St. Louis, MO. International Phytotechnology Society: 60.

    Keywords

    afforestation, forest products, irrigation management, phytotechnologies, resource production, water quality

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