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- Making the desert bloom - with fuel-yielding plants 16 January 2007 from flightglobal.com. "A NASA scientist is confident that commercial aircraft could be powered using a type of biofuel derived from saltwater plants (halophytes), grown in desert areas and irrigated using sea water.
- Halophytes for Sustainable Biosalinie Farming Systems in the Middle East by Abdullah Jaradat; Alsharhan, A.A. Et Al. Editors. A.A. Balkema/Swets & Zeitlinger, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Desertification For The Third Millennium. 2003. P. 187-203.
- Energy crops and bioenergy for rescuing deserting coastal area by desalination: feasibility study by David Chiaramonti, Herbert-Peter Grimmb, Nasir El Bassamc and Manuel Cendagortad; Bioresource Technology Volume 72, Issue 2 , April 2000, Pages 131-146.
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