Jordan Neighboring Countries: Egypt
, Saudi Arabia
, West Bank
Regional Maps: Asia
, Middle East
Where is Jordan?
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Al Mazraah, Al Karak, Al Mafraq, Al Tafilah, Amman (Philadelphia), Aqaba, Ar Rabbah, Ar Ramtha, Ar Rusayfah, Ar Ruwayshid, As Salt, At Tayyibah, Az Zarqa, Azraq ash Shishan, Irbid (Arbela), Irbid, Madaba and Ma'an.
Dead Sea, Gulf of Aqaba, Jordan River, Mediterranean Sea, Qa Abu al Husayn, Qa al Hafirah, Qa al Jafr, Qa al Qataf, Qa al Wisad, Sea of Galilee, Syrian Desert, Wadi al Arabah River and Yarmul River.
Jordan Natural Resources:
The country of Jordan has some natural resources such as phosphates, potash and shale oil.
Jordan Natural Hazards:
Jordan has natural hazards which include droughts and periodic earthquakes.
Jordan Environmental Issues:
Environmental issues for the country of Jordan include deforestation, overgrazing, soil erosion, and desertification. The country also has limited natural fresh water resources.
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