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Image of the Day: Drought in Egypt

Posted by feww on June 20, 2008

What Happened to my Rice?


An Egyptian rice farmer shows his drought damaged rice crop and cracks in the rice terrace soil caused by more than 30 days of no rain in a village near Balqis, 260 km northeast of Cairo. EGYPT: June 17, 2008. Reuters. Photo by NASSER NURI. Image may be subject to copyright. See FEWW Fair Use Notice!

3 Responses to “Image of the Day: Drought in Egypt”

  1. Rouham Yamout said

    Please how can i obtain a copyright to the photo: An Egyptian rice farmer shows his drought damaged rice crop and cracks in the rice terrace soil caused by more than 30 days of no rain in a village near Balqis, 260 km northeast of Cairo. EGYPT: June 17, 2008. Reuters. Photo by NASSER NURI. Image may be subject to copyright. See FEWW Fair Use Notice!

    We chose this picture to represent drought in a book chapter: The Arab environment in: Public Health in The Arab World, Jabbour S, Giacaman R, Khawaja M, and Nuwayhid I (eds). to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2011.

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