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ME Karsen Wood

Afghanistan Located Far Eastern edge of Southwest Asia.
Arabian Sea It is connected to the Persian Gulf.
Dead Sea Boarding Israel, The West Bank, and Jordan.
Euphrates River Longest river in Southwest Asia.
Gaza Strip Small-governing Palestinian territory on the East cost of the Mediterranean Sea.
Iraq Is a country in Western Asia boarding Turkey to the North, Iran on the East, and Kuwait to the Southeast.
Israel Country in the Middle East Southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea.
Jordan River In West Asia flows roughly North to South. Through sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea.
Persian Gulf Outside of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iran. It cuts off at Gulf Of Oman.
Red Sea Is a seawater inlet of Indian Ocean between Africa and Asia.
Rub'al Khali Largest contiguous sand desert in the world.
Saudia Arabia Arab state in Western Asia constituting the Bulk Of The Arabian.
Strait Of Hormuz Strait between Gulf Of Oman and The Persian Gulf.
Suez Canal Artificial sea level water way in Egypt.
Tigris River Begins in Turkey ends in Iraq.
Turkey In North and West Iraq.
West Bank Jordan and Effrontery of Israel occupied in 1967.
Shatt-Al-Arab Southwest Asia 120 (195 KM)
Irrigation Method controlled amount of water is supplied to water a big crop in the fields.
Underground Aquifers Underground layer of water-bearing permeable rock/water runoff from where rain and streams have been tapped.
Fossil Water water that has been underground for centuries.
Drip Irrigation System using computers that measure how much water 1 plant needs.
Desalination Process of removing salt and other chemicals from salt water.
Water Pollution Contamination of water because of factories, trash, and water products.
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