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  1. Socotra – The Hidden Gem

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    May 16, 2017 by Species Ecology

    Socotra – The Hidden Gem Nour Habjoka Socotra lies in the Indian Ocean 170km to the east of the Horn …
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  2. Bio fuel over green house gas (GHG) emission- An ecopolitical perspective

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    March 11, 2017 by Species Ecology

    Bio fuel over green house gas (GHG) emission- An ecopolitical perspective Dina Ala’Eddin For the last 200 years, the burning …
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  3. The Arabian Oryx

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    March 10, 2017 by Species Ecology

    The Arabian Oryx Nour Habjoka The Arabian Oryx is a success story in the history of wildlife conservation, one that …
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  4. Ancient rainwater harvesting methods for modern times

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    March 10, 2017 by Species Ecology

    Ancient rainwater harvesting methods for modern times Nour Habjoka Rainwater harvesting is defined as the collection and storage of any …
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  5. Agricultural exploitation of water resources: the cases of Aral Sea and Azraq Oasis

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    March 10, 2017 by Species Ecology

    Agricultural exploitation of water resources: the cases of Aral Sea and Azraq Oasis Nour Habjoka Surface and groundwater exploitation is …
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