File NEWB4/15 - Deforestation, dessication and climate changes in Egypt

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NEWB4/15

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Deforestation, dessication and climate changes in Egypt

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  • c.1935 (Creation)

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0.5 cm, 1 folder

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(23 April 1869 - 7 August 1949)

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Folder titled 'Deforestation : Dessication' containing research notes on deforestation, dessication and climate changes in Egypt.

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  • Notes on the Libyan Desert or Sahara including on deforestation


  • Notes in preparation for a lecture titled 'Taming the land and interpretation of nature'


  • Notes on articles by Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker


  • Notes on deforestation


  • Notes on the former fertility of Egypt


  • Newspaper cutting on soil erosion in Africa by Elspeth Huxley from The Times, 10 June 1937


  • Notes on the geology of Egypt


  • Typed lecture notes on deforestation, flora and fauna in Egypt


  • Notes on dessication or drying up of lakes and rivers


  • Typed draft titled 'Deforestation of Mediterrannean Lands'


  • Notes on deserts

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PEN/G.XV/F.I

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