Slaking an Ancient Thirst
Geomatics International / Mahmoud Shahbodaghi
21-Jul-2009 (2 comments)

Filling the low-lying Lute and Namak deserts of Iran with seawater may help solve the country’s age-old water problems, creating nearly 6,000 kilometres of shoreline and 160,000 square kilometres of water surface area. It could provide significant possibilities for transportation, land use, agriculture, aquaculture and recreation, as well as increased rainfall and improved climate.

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Hope so

by Abarmard on

I have always hoped to see Kerman as a "Bandar" City.


Very Interesting

by IranFirst on

Thanks farokhzad. Interesting Article. Many years ago an Iranian engineer (Houman Farzad ) had the same idea and puplicised it under Persian Desert-Lakes project. Here is an old article from 90s //