Perennial Irrigation in Egypt


THE “Report on perennial irrigation and flood protection for Egypt,” by Mr. Willcocks, brings us face to face with one of the most stupendous applications of science of modern times, and it is to be regretted that in consequence of the tardy arrival of the report and plans in this country, and of the general interest having been directed to a side issue, both the vastness of the scheme and the completeness and admirable method of the preliminary studies have received scant recognition.

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