The Nile has two main sources The Blue Nile flows from the highlands of

The nile has two main sources the blue nile flows

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Question 12 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsThe Nile has two main sources. The Blue Nile flows from the highlands of Ethiopia; the White
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Nile flows from the region of Lake Victoria in Uganda. The two rivers meet at Khartoum in Sudan. Today, there are serious tensions between the governments of Egypt and Ethiopia regarding: A. the construction of an Ethiopian dam on the Blue Nile in order to divert water to agricultural uses.B. construction of an Ethiopian dam on the Blue Nile for producing hydroelectric power.C. construction of an enormous dam on the border of Sudan in order to produce hydroelectric power to both Sudan and Ethiopia.D. hampering construction of a second Egyptian hydroelectric dam due to a reduced flowof the upper Nile. Question 13 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsIn general, corporate culture, with its emphasis on profit-oriented reasoning and applications of new technology, becomes the engine of __________ culture.
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Question 14 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsAccording to Brian Clark Howard, only 10 percent of the water in the Colorado River is left when the river crosses the Mexican border. That water is captured by a dam that supplies water to people south of the border. As a result it’s only very seldom that the remaining water in the river ever reaches its delta in the:
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