Steep rocky cliffs rise along the banks of the Nile in some stretches, while other areas along the Nile are flat, with space for agricultural production. In the past, flooding of the Nile during the summer provided silt and water to make agriculture possible on land that is otherwise very dry.
In harsh and arid seasons and droughts the blue Nile dries out completely. Before the placement of dams on the river the yearly discharge varied by a factor of 15 at Aswan. The wadi passes through Gharb Darfur near the northern border with Chad and meets up with the Nile near the southern point of the Great Bend.
Satellite imagery was used to identify dry watercourses in the desert to the west of the Nile. An Eonile canyon, now filled by surface drift, represents an ancestral Nile called the Eonile that flowed during the later Miocene 23—5.
The Eonile transported clastic sediments to the Mediterranean; several natural gas fields have been discovered within these sediments. At some point the sediments raised the riverbed sufficiently for the river to overflow westward into a depression to create Lake Moeris.
Lake Tanganyika drained northwards into the Nile until the Virunga Volcanoes blocked its course in Rwanda. The Nile was much longer at that time, with its furthest headwaters in northern Zambia.
Integrated Nile There are two theories about the age of the integrated Nile. One is that the integrated drainage of the Nile is of young age, and that the Nile basin was formerly broken into series of separate basins, only the most northerly of which fed a river following the present course of the Nile in Egypt and Sudan.
Rushdi Said postulated that Egypt itself supplied most of the waters of the Nile during the early part of its history. This rift is possibly still active, with reported tectonic activity in its northern and southern boundaries.
The Sudd swamps which form the central part of the basin may still be subsiding. Geophysical exploration of the Blue Nile Rift System estimated the depth of the sediments to be 5—9 kilometers 3.
These basins were not interconnected until their subsidence ceased, and the rate of sediment deposition was enough to fill and connect them.
The Egyptian Nile connected to the Sudanese Nile, which captures the Ethiopian and Equatorial headwaters during the current stages of tectonic activity in the Eastern, Central and Sudanese Rift Systems.
The River Atbara overflowed its closed basin during the wet periods that occurred abouttoyears ago. The Blue Nile connected to the main Nile during the 70,—80, years B.
An unending source of sustenance, it provided a crucial role in the development of Egyptians civilization. Silt deposits from the Nile made the surrounding land fertile because the river overflowed its banks annually. The Ancient Egyptians cultivated and traded wheatflaxpapyrus and other crops around the Nile.
Wheat was a crucial crop in the famine-plagued Middle East.
Far-reaching trade has been carried on along the Nile since ancient times. A tune, Hymn to the Nilewas created and sung by the ancient Egyptian peoples about the flooding of the Nile River and all of the miracles it brought to Ancient Egyptian civilization.
Water was vital to both people and livestock. The Nile was also a convenient and efficient means of transportation for people and goods. The Nile was an important part of ancient Egyptian spiritual life. Hapi was the god of the annual floods, and both he and the pharaoh were thought to control the flooding.
The Nile was considered to be a causeway from life to death and the afterlife. The east was thought of as a place of birth and growth, and the west was considered the place of death, as the god Rathe Sun, underwent birth, death, and resurrection each day as he crossed the sky.On behalf of ACI Egypt, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to The 57th ACI FMA World Congress and The 43rd ICA Annual Conference.
I am especially delighted to be hosting financial market experts from around the world under the merger of these two prestigious events for the first time here in Cairo from the 25th till the 27th of October under the auspices of H.E Mr.
Tarek Amer. The Nile River has had a major impact on the interstate politics of the region through the years, as it is the only reliable source for renewable water supplies in the area. The Nile (Arabic: النيل ) is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa, and is commonly regarded as the longest river in the world, though some sources cite the Amazon River as the longest.
The Nile, which is 6, km (4, miles) long, is an "international" river as its drainage basin covers eleven countries, namely, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic. The sonnet, To The Nile, by John Keats, has been written in the Petrarchan ph-vs.com contains an ocatave (the first eight lines) rhyming abbaabba and a sestet (next six lines) rhyming cdcdcd.
In this sonnet, Line number 9 marks a change of thought. Egyptian civilization is a gift of the Nile River that flows from the northern part of Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea.
The river nile was the longest river that located in the Northern Africa. According to historian, Egypt was the second and the oldest civilization in the world that was formed about B.C.E.
Egypt and Sudan claim exclusive rights to its use and object to anything that might affect the river. This is based on colonial-era treaties of and that gave Egypt and Sudan the lion's.