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The neglected garden : the politics and ecology of agriculture in IranMACLACHLAN, K.1988, XXI + 303 pBook

The kariz in the Herat Basin, AfghanistanMACLACHLAN, K.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 257-265Book Chapter

Comparison of times to achieve tracheal intubation with three techniques using the laryngeal or intubating laryngeal mask airwayPANDIT, J. J; MACLACHLAN, K; DRAVID, R. M et al.Anaesthesia. 2002, Vol 57, Num 2, pp 128-132, issn 0003-2409Article

Qanats and pumped wells―the case of Assad'Abad, HamadanEHLERS, E; SAIDI, A.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 88-112Book Chapter

The qanat : a means of water provision from groundwater sourcesBEAUMONT, P.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 13-31Book Chapter

Qanats and human ecosystems in IranHONARI, M.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 61-85Book Chapter

Qanats, field systems and morphology : rectangularity on the Iranian plateauBONINE, M.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 34-57Book Chapter

Qanats in the Najafabad ValleyHARTL, M.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 119-135Book Chapter

The reorganization of a qanat irrigation system near Estehbanat, FarsKIELSTRA, N. O.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 136-149Book Chapter

The qanats of QomLAMBTON, A. K. S.Qanats, kariz and khattara : traditional water systems in the Middle East and North Africa. 1989, pp 151-175Book Chapter

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