Cover Image
close this bookHydropolitics along the Jordan River. Scarce Water and Its Impact on the Arab-Israeli Conflict (UNU, 1995, 272 pages)
close this folderAppendices
View the documentAppendix I: Maps
View the documentAppendix II: Zionist boundaries, 1919
View the documentAppendix III: Hydronationalism
View the documentAppendix IV: PRINCE political accounting system
View the documentAppendix V: JRDNRVR. BAS projection model
View the documentAppendix VI: Med-Dead/Red-Dead desalination project

Appendix I: Maps



Map 1 Jordan River watershed



Map 2 Border proposals 1919-1947



Map 3 International borders, 1948-1967, with water diversions



Map 4 International borders, 1967-Present, with wafer diversions



Map 5 Diagrammatic representation of groundwater (mountain aquifer). Source: Shuval (1992)



Map 6 Settlements in antiquity. Source: Broshi (1979)



Map 7 Palestine and Syria in 1915. Source: Esco Foundation (1947)



Map 8 Jewish colonies in Palestine, 1916. Source: Sacher (1916)



Map 9 Borders proposed for Palestine, 1916-1919. Source: Weizmann Letters (1968); original source: Yoman Aaron Aaronsohn 1916-1919, Aaronsohn Archives. London: Foreign Office.



Map 10 Revised "OETA" boundary, Autumn 1918. Source: Hof (1985)



Map 11 Disputed area, March-September 1919. Source: Hof (1985)



Map 12 Banias, 1923. Source: British government publication [Newcornbe (1923)]



Map 13 Growth of the Jewish national home, 1931-1939. Jewish immigration: 1931, 4,075; 1932, 12,533; 1933, 37,337; 1934, 45,267; 1935, 66,472; 1936, 29,595; 1937, 10,629; 1938, 14,675; 1939, 31,195. Source: Sachar (1979)



Map 14 Royal Commission (Peel) plan for partition of Palestine, 1937. Source: Sachar (1979)



Map 15 Woodhead Report Palestine Partition Plan A, 1938. Source: Esco Foundation (1947)



Map 16 Woodhead Report: Palestine Partition Plan B, 1938. Source: Esco Foundation (1947)



Map 17 Woodhead Report. Palestine Partition Plan C, 1938. Source: Esco Foundation (1947)



Map 18 Palestine Land Transfer Regulations, February 1940. Total area 10,429 square miles, including 266.5 square miles of water surface (Lake Tiberius and Palestinian half of Dead Sea). Zone A (6,615 sq. miles): land purchases by Jews prohibited; zone B (3,295 sq. miles): land purchases by Jews restricted; free zone (519 sq. miles): land purchases unrestricted; Jewish land owned by the Jewish national fund or in private ownership. Source: Esco Foundation (1947)



Map 19 United Nations plan for partition of Palestine, November 1947. Source: Sachar (1979)



Map 20 Rhodes armistice demarcation line, 1948. Source: Sachar (1979)



Map 21 Israel-Syria demilitarized zones, 1948-1967. Source: Sachar (1979)



Map 22 Topography of the Jordan Valley region, Main Plan. Source: Main (1953)



Map 23 Plan of unified development of the Jordan Valley region, Main Plan.



Map 24 Jordan-Yarmuk river system. Source: Gruen (1991)



Map 25 Tank battles, Nuheilleh and surrounding areas, 1965. Source: Argaman (1990)



Map 26 Agro-industrial complex site areas, 1967. Source: Oak Ridge National Laboratories (1967)



Map 27 Syrian impoundments. Source: Sofer and Kliot (1988)



Map 28 Battle for the Golan Heights, 9-10 June 1967. Source: Sachar (1979)



Map 29 Hydrostrategic territory



Map 30 West Bank settlements from Likud's Master Plan for the West Bank, 1981. Source: Sachar (1987a)



Map 31 Potential interbasin water transfers. Source: Kally (1986)



Map 32 Med-Dead Canal. Source: Mediterranean-Dead Sea Co. (1983)