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Most of these other aquifers are judged to be largely or entirely fossil rather than renewable, and they tend to be saline. As explained further in Chapter 3, some analysts argue that these aquifers could potentially support vigorous agriculture in the Negev (Issar 1994). Conclusion Geographic, hydrologic, and climatic conditions simply provide the backdrop against which the usage of water by humans is presented. In some parts of the world, these conditions allow for ample water availability, but in arid and semi-arid regions, such as those of Israel, they are ultimately limiting.
What is even more problematic is that appropriate ways of dealing with these problems are generally small in scale and locale specific, and typical approaches to them have a frontier philosophy, manipulating natural systems to whatever degree engineering know-how would permit (Postel 1993, p. 23). Accordingly, we now turn to the specific ways in which water resources are used and managed in Israel. CHAPTER 3 WATER SUPPLY AND DEMAND And We send down water from the sky according to measure, and We cause it to soak into the soil, and surely We are able to drain it off.
The absence of full control over the headwaters of the Jordan River plays, as will be demonstrated, a critical role in Israeli water policy (and, therefore, its foreign policy). Just below Lake Kinneret, the Yarmouk River, which averages about 80% of the volume of the Upper Jordan, enters from the east and combines with the outflow from Lake Kinneret to form the Lower Jordan. The role of Lake Kinneret and the Jordan, and the peculiar hydrology of Israel (and the eastern parts of the West Bank), are reflected in the fact that the average elevation of the surface of the nation s water resources is 82 m below sea level (Schwarz 1992), a geographical anomaly that has major implications for water availability and energy use.
17 Paladin Spells by Tony DiGerolamo