Sound (Turkish), b&w, 19+ min. Describes the intensive work being carried on in Turkey to prevent the waste and damage caused by flooding rivers and erosion from unchanneled rain. At Adana, the Turkish government, with the help of Marshall Plan aid equipment, is building a great “barrage” (dam) to control flooding of the Seyhan and Ceyhan Rivers and to scientifically irrigate with the controlled waters. Reforestation is also being carried out. One of the TURKEY AND THE LAND series. 1951. Clarke and Hornby Film Productions, Ltd., London, for MSA Turkey.