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Akther, Salim M. 1998. Assessment of toxicity level of fluoride in underground waters used for irrigation in Bahrain.

Al-Noaimi, M.A. 1993. Evaluation of available water resources, present utilization, and consuming sectors’ future needs. Volume I: Evaluation of available water resources and utilization patterns. Bahrain Center for Studies and Research (in Arabic).

Al-Noaimi, M.A. 2005. Water use and management in Bahrain: an overview. 25 pp.

Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE). 1990. Irrigation master plan: draft report. Ministry of Housing, Municipalities and Environment.

ACE. 1990. Report on treated effluent utilization. Ministry of Works and Agriculture.

Central Statistics Organization. 1993. Statistical abstract 1992. Directorate of Statistics, Bahrain.

Elagib, Nadir Ahmed and Abdu, S. Anwar Addin. 1996. Climate variability and aridity in Bahrain. In: Journal of arid environments 1997. 405-419.

FAO. 2002. Water Resources and irrigation. In: Multidisciplinary programming mission for sustainable agricultural development in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Project UTF/BAH/002/BAH.

FAO. 2003. Multidisciplinary programming mission for sustainable agricultural development. Terminal statement. Project UTF/BAH/002/BAH

FAO. 2004. Development of the livestock sector in Bahrain. Prepared by: Salah Galal.

FAO/WHO. 2001. Proceedings of the expert consultation for launching the regional network on wastewater reuse in the Near East. Amman, Jordan, 12-14 November, 2001.

Groundwater Development Consultants (GDC). 1980. Umm Er Radhuma study, Bahrain Assignment. Ministry of Works and Agriculture.

Musayab, R. 1988. Water resources and development in the State of Bahrain. Directorate of Water Supply, Ministry of Electricity and Water.

Ministry of Works and Agriculture. 1994. Annual agricultural statistical report-1994. Directorate of Agricultural Research, Agricultural Economics Section, Ministry of Works and Agriculture.

Ministry of Works and Agriculture/Bahrain Center for Studies and Research. 1992. Country report on water and agriculture in Bahrain. Symposium on the Greening of the GCC Countries, Tokyo, Japan, October, 1992.

UNDP. 2000. Health and Environment in Sustainable Development in Bahrain. Project BAH/98/007/A/01/99

UNEP/UNESCWA. 1991. The national plan of action to combat desertification in Bahrain. UNEP/ROWA (92-0725), Bahrain.

UNESCO. 2002. Strengthening the Capacity of the Environmental Research Centre at the University of Bahrain. Project BAH/98/008/01/UNESCO.

UNU. 1995. Brackish-groundwater reverse-osmosis desalination in Bahrain. In: Managing Water for Peace in the Middle East: Alternative Strategies. Prepared by: Masahiro Murakami. United Nations University. 319 pp.

Wangnick Consulting. 2002. IDA Worldwide desalting plants inventory. Report No. 17. Sponsored by the International Desalination Association (IDA).

Zubari, W.K., and E.J. Lori. 1991. Report on water resources studies: evaluation, utilization, and legislation in Bahrain in the period from 1924 -1991. Bahrain Centre for Studies and Research (in Arabic).

Zubari, W.K., Mubarak, A.M, and I.M. Madany. 1993. Development Impacts on Groundwater Resources in Bahrain. Water Resources Development. Vol. 9 (3), pp. 263-279.

Zubari, Waleed K. 1999. The Dammam aquifer in Bahrain - Hydrochemical characterization and alternatives for management of groundwater quality.Hydrogeology Journal, Volume 7, Number 2, April 1999, pp. 197-208.


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