Film, Video Flora & Flowers of Jordan

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Flora & Flowers of Jordan
Dawud Al-Eisawi discusses the flora and flowers of Jordan.
Event Date
July 30, 2015
-  Dawud Al-Eisawi is a professor of biology at University of Jordan. He serves as the chair of biodiversity and environmental studies for the Late H.H. Sheikh Zayed Ben Sultan Al-Nahyan, AGU, Kingdom of Bahrain. Al-Eisawi is also a biodiversity and dry ecosystem specialist, writer, TV and radio personality.
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African & Middle Eastern Division :
Running Time
59 minutes 10 seconds
Online Format
online text

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