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Moshe Boaz

irrigation engineer

Moshe Boaz, Israeli irrigation engineer. Member Israel Engineers and Architects Association, International Citriculture Association Jewish.

Background

Boaz, Moshe was born on January 17, 1925 in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Son of Hanoch and Yenta (Krugliak) Boaz.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Irrigation Science with honors, University California-Davis, 1951. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1953.

Career

Registered professional engineer, Israel. Soil mechanics engineer Tahal Company, Tel-Aviv, 1953-1955. Irrigation engineer Water Authority, Ministry of Agriculture Tel Aviv, 1955-1960, director Irrigation and Soil Field Service, Extension Service, since 1960.

Irrigation engineer World Bank, Washington, 1972, Soil Institute, Iran, 1974-1976, Ministry Agriculture South Australia, 1978, European Economic Community, Italy, 1983-1988.

Works

  • Contributor articles to various publications Recipient Kaplan prize, Labor Productivity Insurance Ministry of Labor, Tel-Aviv, 1970.

Membership

Member Israel Engineers and Architects Association, International Citriculture Association Jewish.

Connections

Married Tirza Kahanne, April 6, 1949.

father:
Hanoch Boaz

mother:
Yenta (Krugliak) Boaz

spouse:
Tirza Kahanne