The Euphrates River and the Southeast Anatolia Development Project
This book makes clear that water, not oil, is the key to the future of the Middle East. The Southeast Anatolia Development Project (SEAP) begun by Turkey will irrigate over 1.7 million hectares of new land, double its energy production, and provide agricultural surpluses that Turkey hopes to sell to its Arab neighbors.
When SEAP is in full operation, however, the downstream nations will be faced with a greatly reduced flow of water of altered quality in the Euphrates. The war with Iraq has intensified the political significance of the project.
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Turkey the EuphratesTigris River Basin and the Southeast
The Impact of Development upon the Waters of
The Euphrates System in Syria
Water Use per Hectare and Anticipated River
Irrigated Agriculture in the Syrian Euphrates Drainage