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                             38 gevonden resultaten
nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Access to water Stein, Robyn
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 733-739
7 p.
artikel
2 Access to water: some for all or all for some? Beukman, Ruth
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 721-722
2 p.
artikel
3 A comparison between conventional and integrated water resources planning and management Matondo, Jonathan I.
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 831-838
8 p.
artikel
4 “All for some”: water inequity in Zambia and Zimbabwe Robinson, Peter B
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 851-857
7 p.
artikel
5 Application of the two coupled models for water quality management: facultative pond cum constructed wetland models Mashauri, D.A.
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 773-781
9 p.
artikel
6 A preliminary analysis of the groundwater recharge to the Karoo formations, mid-Zambezi basin, Zimbabwe Larsen, F.
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 765-772
8 p.
artikel
7 Aspects of the water resources management practice with emphasis on nutrients control in the Chivero Basin, Zimbabwe Hranova, R
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 875-885
11 p.
artikel
8 Assessment of the major water and nutrient flows in the Chivero catchment area, Zimbabwe Nhapi, Innocent
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 783-792
10 p.
artikel
9 Building new WDM regulations for the Namibian tourism sector on factors influencing current water-management practices at the enterprise level Schachtschneider, Klaudia
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 859-864
6 p.
artikel
10 Calculation methods to assess the value of upstream water flows and storage as a function of downstream benefits Seyam, I.M
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 977-982
6 p.
artikel
11 Can Integrated Water Resources Management sustain the provision of ecosystem goods and services? Jewitt, Graham
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 887-895
9 p.
artikel
12 Catchment Management Agencies for poverty eradication in South Africa Schreiner, Barbara
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 969-976
8 p.
artikel
13 Control of aquatic weeds through pollutant reduction and weed utilization: a weed management approach in the lower Kafue River of Zambia Sinkala, Thomson
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 983-991
9 p.
artikel
14 Coupling of digital elevation model and rainfall-runoff model in storm drainage network design Gumbo, Bekithemba
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 755-764
10 p.
artikel
15 Cumulative effects of sewage sludge and effluent mixture application on soil properties of a sandy soil under a mixture of star and kikuyu grasses in Zimbabwe Madyiwa, S
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 747-753
7 p.
artikel
16 Decentralizing water management: an analysis of stakeholder participation in the management of water in Odzi subcatchment area, Save Catchment Kujinga, Krasposy
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 897-905
9 p.
artikel
17 Determining parameter reliability levels in a digital information system for monitoring and managing hydrological droughts Nyabeze, W.R
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 793-799
7 p.
artikel
18 Domestic water supply, competition for water resources and IWRM in Tanzania: a review and discussion paper Maganga, Faustin P
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 919-926
8 p.
artikel
19 Economic viability of small-scale irrigation systems in the context of state withdrawal: the Arabie Scheme in the Northern Province of South Africa Kamara, A.B
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 815-823
9 p.
artikel
20 Effect of sanitation facilities, domestic solid waste disposal and hygiene practices on water quality in Malawi’s urban poor areas: a case study of South Lunzu Township in the city of Blantyre Palamuleni, Lobina G.
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 845-850
6 p.
artikel
21 Groundwater management strategies and their implications on irrigated agriculture: the case of Dendron aquifer in Northern Province, South Africa Masiyandima, Mutsa
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 935-940
6 p.
artikel
22 Integrated water resources management: theory, practice, cases Jonker, Lewis
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 719-720
2 p.
artikel
23 Is the Pungwe water supply project a solution to water accessibility and sanitation problems for the households of Sakubva, Zimbabwe? Mukheli, Azwidowi
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 723-732
10 p.
artikel
24 Linkages between productivity and equitable allocation of water Lévite, Hervé
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 825-830
6 p.
artikel
25 Manyame Catchment Council: a review of the reform of the water sector in Zimbabwe Latham, C.J.K
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 907-917
11 p.
artikel
26 More than a headcount: towards strategic stakeholder representation in catchment management in South Africa and Zimbabwe Manzungu, Emmanuel
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 927-933
7 p.
artikel
27 Operationalising the new Water Act: contributions from the Save the Sand Project––an integrated catchment management initiative Pollard, Sharon
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 941-948
8 p.
artikel
28 Rainwater management for increased productivity among small-holder farmers in drought prone environments Rockström, Johan
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 949-959
11 p.
artikel
29 Re-engineering of interlocking log frames––an irrigation project design case Wright, E.Alaphia
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 1005-1010
6 p.
artikel
30 Stakeholder participation in the new water management approach: a case study of the Save catchment, Zimbabwe Dube, Dumisani
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 867-874
8 p.
artikel
31 The challenge of integration in the implementation of Zimbabwe’s new water policy: case study of the catchment level institutions surrounding the Pungwe–Mutare water supply project Tapela, Barbara Nompumelelo
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 993-1004
12 p.
artikel
32 The use and management of water in the Likangala Irrigation Scheme Complex in Southern Malawi Mulwafu, Wapulumuka O
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 839-844
6 p.
artikel
33 The use of garden boreholes in Cape Town, South Africa: lessons learnt from Perth, Western Australia Saayman, I.C
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 961-967
7 p.
artikel
34 Water and development: ensuring equity and efficiency Kansiime, F
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 801-803
3 p.
artikel
35 Water losses and the political constraints to demand management: the case of the City of Mutare, Zimbabwe Gumbo, Bekithemba
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 805-813
9 p.
artikel
36 Water resources management: the challenge of integration Kgarebe, Boitumelo V
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 865-
1 p.
artikel
37 Water resources: re-discovering the water cycle Nyabeze, W.R
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 745-746
2 p.
artikel
38 Why water is not an ordinary economic good, or why the girl is special Savenije, Hubert H.G
2002
89-90 11-22 p. 741-744
4 p.
artikel
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