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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A cleaner production approach to urban water management: potential for application in Harare, Zimbabwe Nhapi, Innocent
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1281-1289
9 p.
artikel
2 Active biomonitoring of trace heavy metals using fish (Oreochromis niloticus) as bioindicator species. The case of Nakivubo wetland along Lake Victoria Birungi, Z.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1350-1358
9 p.
artikel
3 A framework for the decentralised management of wastewater in Zimbabwe Nhapi, Innocent
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1265-1273
9 p.
artikel
4 A GIS-based approach for identifying potential runoff harvesting sites in the Thukela River basin, South Africa de Winnaar, G.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1058-1067
10 p.
artikel
5 An analysis of institutions associated with wetlands use, access and management in communal areas of Zimbabwe: A case study of Zungwi vlei, Zvishavane Mbereko, Alexio
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1291-1299
9 p.
artikel
6 An assessment of the public health hazard potential of wastewater reuse for crop production. A case of Bulawayo city, Zimbabwe Mutengu, Sherman
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1195-1203
9 p.
artikel
7 Assessing nutrient losses with soil erosion under different tillage systems and their implications on water quality Munodawafa, Adelaide
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1135-1140
6 p.
artikel
8 Assessment of environmental flow requirements for river basin planning in Zimbabwe Mazvimavi, D.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 995-1006
12 p.
artikel
9 Assessment of factors which affect multiple uses of water sources at household level in rural Zimbabwe – A case study of Marondera, Murehwa and Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe districts Katsi, Luckson
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1157-1166
10 p.
artikel
10 Assessment of groundwater pollution vulnerability and modelling of the Kanye Wellfield in SE Botswana—a GIS approach Alemaw, B.F.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1125-1128
4 p.
artikel
11 Assessment of management approaches in a public water utility: A case study of the Namibia water corporation (NAMWATER) Ndokosho, Johnson
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1300-1309
10 p.
artikel
12 Assessment of the impacts of land use changes on the hydrological regime of a small rural catchment in South Africa Troy, Billy
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 984-994
11 p.
artikel
13 A study of fluoride groundwater occurrence in Nathenje, Lilongwe, Malawi Msonda, K.W.M.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1178-1184
7 p.
artikel
14 A watershed approach to upgrade rainfed agriculture in water scarce regions through Water System Innovations: an integrated research initiative on water for food and rural livelihoods in balance with ecosystem functions Rockström, J.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1109-1118
10 p.
artikel
15 Biological, chemical and physical drinking water quality from shallow wells in Malawi: Case study of Blantyre, Chiradzulu and Mulanje Pritchard, M.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1167-1177
11 p.
artikel
16 Can local people also gain from benefit sharing in water resources development? Experiences from dam development in the Orange-Senqu River Basin Mokorosi, Palesa Selloane
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1322-1329
8 p.
artikel
17 Causes and possible solutions to water resource conflicts in the Okavango River Basin: The case of Angola, Namibia and Botswana Mbaiwa, Joseph E.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1319-1326
8 p.
artikel
18 Collective arrangements and social networks: Coping strategies for the poor households in the Great Ruaha Catchment in Tanzania Kadigi, Reuben M.J.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1315-1321
7 p.
artikel
19 Collier Cobb and Allen D. Hole: Geologic mentors to early soil scientists Brevik, Eric C.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 887-894
8 p.
artikel
20 Comparative response of varied irrigated maize to organic and inorganic fertilizer application Fandika, I.R.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1107-1116
10 p.
artikel
21 Conjoining rainfall and irrigation seasonality to enhance productivity of water in rice irrigated farms in the Upper Ruaha River Basin, Tanzania Mdemu, Makarius V.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1119-1124
6 p.
artikel
22 Constitutive traits and selective indices of Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L) Verdc) landraces for drought tolerance under Botswana conditions Karikari, S.K.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1029-1034
6 p.
artikel
23 Determining operating rules for the Letaba river system in South Africa using three models Nyabeze, W.R.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1040-1049
10 p.
artikel
24 Domestic rainwater harvesting to improve water supply in rural South Africa Mwenge Kahinda, Jean-marc
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1050-1057
8 p.
artikel
25 Ecological aspects of the occurrence of asian tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi Yamaguti, 1934 infection in the largemouth yellowfish, Labeobarbus kimberleyensis (Gilchrist and Thompson, 1913) in the Vaal Dam, South Africa Retief, N-R
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1384-1390
7 p.
artikel
26 Effect of HRT on nitrogen removal in a coupled HRP and unplanted subsurface flow gravel bed constructed wetland Mayo, A.W.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1253-1257
5 p.
artikel
27 Effect of minimum tillage and mulching on maize (Zea mays L.) yield and water content of clayey and sandy soils Mupangwa, Walter
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1127-1134
8 p.
artikel
28 Effects of discharging acid-mine drainage into evaporation ponds lined with clay on chemical quality of the surrounding soil and water Mapanda, F.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1366-1375
10 p.
artikel
29 Effects of heavy metals contained in soil irrigated with a mixture of sewage sludge and effluent for thirty years on soil microbial biomass and plant growth Katanda, Y.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1185-1194
10 p.
artikel
30 Effects of planting density and drought on the productivity of tea clones (Camellia sinensis L.): Yield responses Kigalu, Julius M.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1098-1106
9 p.
artikel
31 Equitable water allocation in a heavily committed international catchment area: the case of the Komati Catchment Nkomo, Sakhiwe
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1309-1317
9 p.
artikel
32 Estimating and interpreting hydrological drought indices using a selected catchment in Zimbabwe Nyabeze, Washington R.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1173-1180
8 p.
artikel
33 Estimation of environmental flows in the Great Ruaha River Catchment, Tanzania Kashaigili, Japhet J.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1007-1014
8 p.
artikel
34 Evaluation of community-driven smallholder irrigation in dryland South Pare Mountains, Tanzania: A case study of Manoo micro dam Makurira, H.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1090-1097
8 p.
artikel
35 Evaluation of seepage and acid generation potential from evaporation ponds, Iron Duke Pyrite Mine, Mazowe Valley, Zimbabwe Ravengai, Seedwel
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1129-1134
6 p.
artikel
36 Evaluation of the impact of climate change on hydrology and water resources in Swaziland: Part I Matondo, Jonathan I.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1181-1191
11 p.
artikel
37 Evaluation of the impact of climate change on hydrology and water resources in Swaziland: Part II Matondo, Jonathan I.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1193-1202
10 p.
artikel
38 Exploring potentials and constraints of low-cost drip irrigation with saline water in sub-Saharan Africa Karlberg, Louise
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1035-1042
8 p.
artikel
39 Factor analysis as a tool in groundwater quality management: two southern African case studies Love, David
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1135-1143
9 p.
artikel
40 Fractional water allocation and reservoir capacity sharing concepts: An adaptation for the Komati Basin Dlamini, Enoch M.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1275-1284
10 p.
artikel
41 GIS-based decision support system for identifying potential sites for rainwater harvesting Mbilinyi, B.P.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1074-1081
8 p.
artikel
42 Greywater reuse: A strategy for water demand management in Harare? Madungwe, Emaculate
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1231-1236
6 p.
artikel
43 Historical descriptions of some soils and landscapes of Texas Schulze, Darrell G.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 895-902
8 p.
artikel
44 HIV/AIDS, artisanal fishing and food security in the Okavango Delta, Botswana Ngwenya, B.N.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1339-1349
11 p.
artikel
45 Identification of groundwater flow systems using geological mapping and chemical spring analysis in South Pare Mountains, Tanzania Mul, M.L.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1015-1022
8 p.
artikel
46 Impact of a base metal slimes dam on water systems, Madziwa Mine, Zimbabwe Lupankwa, K.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1145-1151
7 p.
artikel
47 Implications of customary norms and laws for implementing IWRM: findings from Pangani and Rufiji basins, Tanzania Maganga, Faustin P.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1335-1342
8 p.
artikel
48 Indian Ocean sea surface temperature and Eritrean highlands rainfall Mebrhatu, Mehari Tesfazgi
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1203-1207
5 p.
artikel
49 Institutional aspects of proportional water allocation in practice: case of the Odzani River Irrigation Company, Save Catchment, Zimbabwe Senzanje, A.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1343-1348
6 p.
artikel
50 Integrated water resources management: The theory–praxis–nexus, a South African perspective Jonker, Lewis
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1257-1263
7 p.
artikel
51 Integrating policy, disintegrating practice: water resources management in Botswana Swatuk, Larry A.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1357-1364
8 p.
artikel
52 Is the geological concept of clay minerals appropriate for soil science? A literature-based and philosophical analysis Churchman, G. Jock
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 927-940
14 p.
artikel
53 IWRM in developing countries: Lessons from the Mhlatuze Catchment in South Africa Funke, N.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1237-1245
9 p.
artikel
54 Kinetics of bacterial mortality in granular bed wetlands Mayo, A.W.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1259-1264
6 p.
artikel
55 Lead and cadmium interactions in Cynodon nlemfuensis and sandy soil subjected to treated wastewater application under greenhouse conditions Madyiwa, Simon
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1043-1048
6 p.
artikel
56 Linking the hydrological cycle and rural livelihoods: a case study in the Luvuvhu catchment, South Africa Hope, R.A.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1209-1217
9 p.
artikel
57 Local water rights and local water user entities: the unsung heroines of water resource management in Tanzania Sokile, Charles S.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1349-1356
8 p.
artikel
58 Low head drip irrigation kits and treadle pumps for smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe: a technical evaluation based on laboratory tests Chigerwe, Jeskia
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1049-1059
11 p.
artikel
59 Mainstreaming wastewater through water accounting: The example of Botswana Arntzen, Jaap W.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1221-1230
10 p.
artikel
60 Marie Tharp: The lady who showed us the ocean floors North, Gary W.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 881-886
6 p.
artikel
61 Matching of crop and environment for optimal water use: the case of Ethiopia Tesfaye, K.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1061-1067
7 p.
artikel
62 Modelling faecal coliform mortality in water hyacinths ponds Mayo, A.W.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1212-1220
9 p.
artikel
63 Natural resources accounting: A tool for water resources management in Botswana Hambira, Wame L.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1310-1314
5 p.
artikel
64 Patterns of domestic water use in rural areas of Zimbabwe, gender roles and realities Makoni, Fungai S.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1291-1294
4 p.
artikel
65 Pollution of protected springs in relation to high and low density settlements in Kampala—Uganda Nsubuga, F.B.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1153-1159
7 p.
artikel
66 Preliminary observations on accessibility and utilisation of water in selected villages in Dodoma Rural and Bagamoyo Districts, Tanzania Kusiluka, L.J.M.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1275-1280
6 p.
artikel
67 Prioritization of intervention methods for prevention of communicable diseases in Tanzania Mayo, A.W.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1204-1211
8 p.
artikel
68 Rainfall interpolation using a remote sensing CCD data in a tropical basin – A GIS and geostatistical application Moges, S.A.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 976-983
8 p.
artikel
69 Rainwater harvesting for sustainable agriculture in communal lands of Zimbabwe Motsi, Kudakwashe E.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1069-1073
5 p.
artikel
70 Rainwater harvesting to enhance water productivity of rainfed agriculture in the semi-arid Zimbabwe Kahinda, Jean-marc Mwenge
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1068-1073
6 p.
artikel
71 Realising the maximum health benefits from water quality improvements in the home: a case from Zaka district, Zimbabwe Moyo, S.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1295-1299
5 p.
artikel
72 Residents’ perceptions of institutional performance in water supply in Dar es Salaam Mwakalila, Shadrack
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1285-1290
6 p.
artikel
73 Selected pioneering works on humus in soils and sediments during the 20th century: A retrospective look from the International Humic Substances Society view Feller, Christian
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 903-912
10 p.
artikel
74 Seventh WaterNet/Warfsa/GWP SA symposium mainstreaming IWRM in the development process Nyabeze, W.R.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 967-970
4 p.
artikel
75 Short-term impact of sulphate mine dump rehabilitation on the quality of surrounding groundwater and river water in Mazowe District, Zimbabwe Nyamadzawo, G.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1376-1383
8 p.
artikel
76 Simiyu River catchment parameterization using SWAT model Mulungu, Deogratias M.M.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1032-1039
8 p.
artikel
77 Socioeconomic differentials and availability of domestic water in South Africa Dungumaro, Esther W.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1141-1147
7 p.
artikel
78 Status of water governance in urban areas in Zimbabwe: some preliminary observations from the city of Harare Manzungu, Emmanuel
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1167-1172
6 p.
artikel
79 Strategic development plan for integrated water resources management in Lake Manyara sub-basin, North-Eastern Tanzania Ngana, J.O.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1219-1224
6 p.
artikel
80 Studies from the history of soil science and geology Landa, Edward R.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 849-850
2 p.
artikel
81 Sustainable water management in smallholder irrigation schemes: Understanding the impact of field water management on maize productivity on two irrigation schemes in Zimbabwe Samakande, I.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1075-1081
7 p.
artikel
82 The challenges of supplying water to small, scattered communities in the Lower Okavango Basin (LOB), Ngamiland, Botswana: An evaluation of government policy and performance Swatuk, Larry A.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1264-1274
11 p.
artikel
83 The contribution of informal water development in improving livelihood in Swaziland: A case study of Mdonjane community Manyatsi, A.M.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1148-1156
9 p.
artikel
84 The determination of transpiration efficiency coefficient for common bean Ogindo, H.O.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1083-1089
7 p.
artikel
85 The economics of irrigated paddy in Usangu Basin in Tanzania: water utilization, productivity, income and livelihood implications Kadigi, Reuben M.J.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1091-1100
10 p.
artikel
86 The experience of irrigation management transfer in two irrigation schemes in Malawi, 1960s–2002 Nkhoma, Bryson G.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1327-1333
7 p.
artikel
87 The impact of consumer awareness of water sector issues on willingness to pay and cost recovery in Zambia Ntengwe, F.W.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1301-1308
8 p.
artikel
88 The impact of regional water resources capacity building: Citations of the published proceedings of the annual WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA symposia in Southern Africa, 2001–2005 van der Zaag, Pieter
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 971-975
5 p.
artikel
89 The influence of land-use patterns in the Ruvu river watershed on water quality in the river system Ngoye, Elizabeth
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1161-1166
6 p.
artikel
90 The influence of tillage on field scale water fluxes and maize yields in semi-arid environments: A case study of Potshini catchment, South Africa Kosgei, J.R.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1117-1126
10 p.
artikel
91 The moral basis of soil science and geology: What antebellum farmers knew and why anyone cared Cohen, Benjamin R.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 860-867
8 p.
artikel
92 The pre-history of soil science: Jethro Tull, the invention of the seed drill, and the foundations of modern agriculture Sayre, Laura B.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 851-859
9 p.
artikel
93 The problem of institutional fit in integrated water resources management: A case of Zimbabwe’s Mazowe catchment Chereni, A.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1246-1256
11 p.
artikel
94 The role of lysimeters in the development of our understanding of processes in the vadose zone relevant to contamination of groundwater aquifers Goss, Michael J.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 913-926
14 p.
artikel
95 The status of water demand management in selected cities of southern Africa Gumbo, Bekithemba
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1225-1231
7 p.
artikel
96 The ties that bind: Soil surveyor William Edgar Tharp and oceanographic cartographer Marie Tharp Landa, Edward R.
2010
89-90 15-18 p. 868-880
13 p.
artikel
97 4th WaterNet/WARFSA Symposium Water, Science, Technology and Policy Convergence and Action by All (A Meeting Point for Action leading to Sustainable Development) Nhapi, I.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1025-1027
3 p.
artikel
98 Towards a better understanding of water partitioning processes for improved smallholder rainfed agricultural systems: A case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania Makurira, H.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1082-1089
8 p.
artikel
99 Training needs for water demand management Gumbo, Bekithemba
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1365-1373
9 p.
artikel
100 Treated sewage effluent (water) potential to be used for horticultural production in Botswana Emongor, V.E.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1101-1108
8 p.
artikel
101 Two-phase flow numerical simulation of infiltration and groundwater drainage in a rice field Lugomela, G.V.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1023-1031
9 p.
artikel
102 Understanding poverty through the eyes of the poor: The case of Usangu Plains in Tanzania Kadigi, Reuben M.J.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1330-1338
9 p.
artikel
103 Uptake of heavy metals by vegetables irrigated using wastewater and the subsequent risks in Harare, Zimbabwe Mapanda, F.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1399-1405
7 p.
artikel
104 Use of coupled dynamic roughing filters and subsurface horizontal flow constructed wetland system as appropriate technology for upgrading waste stabilisation ponds effluents in Tanzania Kimwaga, R.J.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1243-1251
9 p.
artikel
105 Water quality assessment in streams and wastewater treatment plants of Blantyre, Malawi Sajidu, S.M.I.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1391-1398
8 p.
artikel
106 Water resources planning and modelling tools for the assessment of land use change in the Luvuvhu Catchment, South Africa Jewitt, G.P.W.
2004
89-90 15-18 p. 1233-1241
9 p.
artikel
107 Wetland vegetation and nutrient retention in Nakivubo and Kirinya wetlands in the Lake Victoria basin of Uganda Mugisha, P.
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1359-1365
7 p.
artikel
108 Writing a paper for publication in a journal: Experiences from past WaterNet/Warfsa symposia Nhapi, Innocent
2007
89-90 15-18 p. 1406-1412
7 p.
artikel
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