RAM, MOSHE

RAM, MOSHE
RAM, MOSHE (1895–1975), Israel hydrological engineer. Born in Tatarsk, Russia, Ram was educated at California and in Moscow. He went to Palestine in 1925, and worked on the Naharayim hydroelectric station. Ram was chief engineer of the Jewish Agency water resources bureau from 1936, and with the establishment of the State in 1948 he became director of the water utilization division of the Israel Ministry of Agriculture until 1960. He wrote several books, including Surface Irrigation (1964). He was one of the leading thinkers of Israel water planning. (Bracha Rager (2nd ed.)

Encyclopedia Judaica. 1971.

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