One of the main problems facing Saudi Arabia and many other countries in the region is the movement of sand, which threatens the urban areas. With the expansion of new installations and other projects, sand dune movement is costing governments a lot of money and energy. This lesson sheds some light on the problem and introduce students to basic knowledge about this issue.
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