The Mediterranean, and especially North Africa and the Middle East, entered a phase of irreversible water deficit in the early 1970’s. Some economies — as those in the Gulf-had run out in the 1950’s. By the early 1970’s major economies such as Egypt entered its water deficit, as did the region as a whole (40.2).
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- Water Security in the Mediterranean and the Middle East
Professor John Anthony Allan
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg