The relationship between greater khartoum and it's prephery agricultural land-and a planning model for the development of the region

Mohammad, Mahdi Eltyep


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M. E. Mohammad, “The relationship between greater khartoum and it’s prephery agricultural land-and a planning model for the development of the region,” Middle East Technical University, 1989.