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Bibliography of the Kagera River Basin

T. M. Mbuligwe

Bibliography of the Kagera River Basin

by T. M. Mbuligwe

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Published by Mineral Resources Division, Tanzania in Dodoma .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kagera River watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Kagera River watershed.,
    • Mines and mineral resources -- Kagera River watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby T. M. Mbuligwe.
      SeriesReport - Mineral Resources Division, Tanzania ; no. TMM/1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6034.T35 M38, QE327.T3 M38
      The Physical Object
      Pagination5 leaves ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4873085M
      LC Control Number75983635

      The Akagera river basin in particular is a rich agricultural ground that supports close to 14 million people. It runs from Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda, covering approximat square kilometres. The river Nile-Kagera has made significant contributions to the economy of most countries through which it flows. A regional project as part of the Transboundary Agroecosystems Management Project (Kagera TAMP) was implemented in the Kagera River basin .

      In many respects, river basins are extremely convenient natural resources management units and hence calls for an integrated approach in case of transboundary nature. Environmental resources in Kagera basin are under great threat due to demographic factors leading to wide spread environmental degradation. Land degradation and biodiversity loss are central issues in the basin. The contributions by the authors include global circulation model, global warming, solar cycles, sea level changes, geoethics, geo-mechanics, anisotrophy, hydrocarbon, drilling, abrupt climate change, arctic ice meltdown, methane emissions from permafrost, lineaments, hydrogeology, groundwater, crystalline basement aquifer, Kagera river basin.

      Angola border and along the Cunene River. Small numbers are no doubt also killed by fishermen. There are no records of crocodiles breeding in captivity. References. Veterinary Department of Angola; Instituto de Investigacao Cientifica, Angola. van der Riet, W. Canoe trip on the Cuenen River. African Wildlife, Vol. 19, Dec. , pp.   Land Cover Dynamics in Tanzania Part of Kagera River Basin: A Strategy for Sustainability of Lake Victoria.


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Bibliography of the Kagera River Basin by T. M. Mbuligwe Download PDF EPUB FB2

The section of river named Kagera begins in Burundi, flowing out from Lake Rweru. From the lake, it flows east along the Rwanda-Burundi and Rwanda-Tanzania borders to a confluence with the Ruvubu River. The waters of the Kagera are thus provided by two major tributaries, the Nyabarongo of Rwanda, which feeds Lake Rweru, and the Ruvubu of Burundi.

It is unknown • location: Burundi. management of the shared water resources of the Kagera River Basin ii. Strengthen capacity of relevant riparian actors at all levels for sustainable management and development of Kagera River Basin.

iii. Contribute towards enhanced knowledge-based river basin planning through development and utilization of analytical tools iv. Kagera basin. With 34% annual tributary flow, Kagera is the single largest river that drains into Lake Victoria.

On the upper ranges contributing much of the river flow are its main tributaries of Nyabarongo and Ruvuvu. The river basin covers s km² and is estimated in to have a population of nearly 15 million people.

Location and Extent of Kagera Basin The Kagera River basin is the upper part of, and makes up 75% of the Lake Victoria basin and forms the western border between Rwanda and Tanzania.

It encloses a total area of 59,km2 spread over four countries: Burundi (23%), Rwanda (34%), Tanzania (35%, 20,km2) and Uganda (8%). The Kagera River is the.

Rurubu River. The Ruvubu River (also spelt Ruvubu and Ruvuvu) is a river in central Africa whose waters gather from the most distant portion of the Nile basin. It is about km long.

It rises in the north of Burundi, near the town of Kayanza and then does a southward arc through Burundi, being joined by the Ruvyironza River near Gitega. Rel. Proj ID 3A-Kagera River Basin Management Project -- P; Sector Other Water Supply, Sanitation and Waste Management Citation.

Related Links. See documents related to the project(s) SUBSCRIBE TO EMAIL ALERTS. Daily Updates of. Kagera River has its main tributaries as sources as River Ruvubu from Burundi and. River Nyabarongo from Rwanda and travels about km from its remotest source in Nyugwe Forest in Rwanda before emptying into Lake Victoria in Uganda.

Income-Generating Activities in the river basin. The Kagera River is also known as Akagera and it is the remotest headstream of the River Nile and largest tributary of Lake Victoria which rises in Burundi just close to the northern side of Lake Tanganyika.

It is created at the confluence of its 2 headstreams which include Nyawarongo and Ruvubu that in turn are fed by streams rising in the.

This book is an update of Terje Tvedt’s The Nile. An Annotated Bibliography, published by IB. Tauris in That bibliography listed books and reports published before year and had almost entries.

This bibliography registers literature on the River Nile published between and We have in general not included books discussing. The Kagera basin, locally known as Akagera, is the most remote headstream of the River Nile and largest tributary of Lake Victoria, rising in Burundi near the northern tip of Lake Tanganyika.

The Kagera River basin is rich in fish. As of [ update ], there were at least 55 species known from the Rwandan section alone and the actual number is likely higher. [5] Additionally, there are at least 15 undescribed species of haplochromine cichlids that are endemic to some of the lakes in the upper parts of the river basin.

[6]. Ethiopia, and the Kagera basin in Tanzania). - literature on basin wide planning, water agreements, water need assessments for sectors and countries etc.

The focus of this bibliography is the River Nile as an international and transboundary river. Therefore works that bear upon upstream/downstream relations, and that deal with national and regional.

ment of the Basin, or where services are to be provided to or from the Basin. Chapter II. ORGANS Article 4.

The Organization shall be composed of: (1) the Commission for the Management and Development of the Kagera River Basin, hereinafter referred to as the Commission; (2) the Secretariat.

The Commission Article 5. Other articles where Kagera River basin is discussed: Kagera River: The Kagera River basin, mountainous and dotted with lakes and swamps, lies chiefly in Rwanda and includes Akagera National Park.

The river’s longest tributary is the Lukarara, the southernmost the Ruvironza (Luvironza). Much of the Kagera is unnavigable; its only port, Kyaka, Tanzania, is served by.

South Africa is clearly a regional hegemon in the context of the Orange River Basin, but it has used that power to create a stable basin-wide regime to the mutual benefit of all riparian states. 1 / 8 March ‐ #1 KAGERA TAMP – News from the basin The Kagera Transboundary Agro ‐ ecosystem management project is a regional project comprising four East African countries ‐ Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda ‐ that share the Kagera river basin.

The agro‐ecosystems in the Kagera basin are facing increasing pressure. But rivers feed Lake Victoria too and the longest of these is the Kagera. A river of considerably greater girth and power than many European rivers, it makes the Thames look rather small and unimportant. Though it doesn't bear the Nile's name the Kagera is, in a sense, the mother to the Nile; miles long, it is a mighty river in its own right.

The section of river named Kagera begins in Burundi, flowing out from Lake Rweru. From the lake, it flows east along the Rwanda-Burundi and Rwanda-Tanzania borders to a confluence with the Ruvubu River. The waters of the Kagera are thus provided by two major tributaries, the Nyabarongo of Rwanda, which feeds Lake Rweru, and the Ruvubu of Burundi.

It is unknown. Bibliography on land-locked states, economic development and international law. [Martin Ira Glassner;] 78 --Organization for the Management and Development of the Kagera River Basin (KBO) 78 --Organization of American States (OAS/OEA) 82 --Books (Including articles in books and portions of books).

Buy Flood Resources Utilization in the Yangtze River Basin Hardback by Ding Yi, Luo Xue, Yang Lin, Zheng Shouren, Zhong Zhiyu, Zou Qiang ISBN:. The Kagera River basin, mountainous and dotted with lakes and swamps, lies chiefly in Rwanda and includes Akagera National Park.

The river’s longest tributary is the Lukarara, the southernmost the Ruvironza (Luvironza). Much of the Kagera is unnavigable; its only port, Kyaka, Tanzania, is served by shallow-draft cargo steamers.Akanyaru River is part of the Kagera River basin that forms part of the Lake Victoria Basin.

The proposed project is located along the transboundary Akanyaru River which defines the border between the Southern Province of Rwanda and Burundi’s Ngozi Province. The project comprises a 52m high dam with storage capacity of million cubic.Once the project is completed, it will enhance socio-economic growth, reinforce regional cooperation, partnership and peace within the Kagera River Basin countries.