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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A continental scale water balance model: a GIS-approach for Southern Africa Alemaw, B.F
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 957-966
10 p.
artikel
2 Analysing water use patterns for demand management: the case of the city of Masvingo, Zimbabwe Dube, Emmanuel
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 805-815
11 p.
artikel
3 An evaluation of rural communities’ water use patterns and preparedness to manage domestic water sources in Zimbabwe Machingambi, Memory
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1039-1046
8 p.
artikel
4 Appropriate deflouridation technology for use in flourotic areas in Tanzania Mjengera, H.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1097-1104
8 p.
artikel
5 Balancing abstraction and natural groundwater recharge as a mechanism of sustainable water use: a case study of the Kizinga catchment in Dar es Salaam region, Tanzania Mkwizu, Yassin B.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 907-910
4 p.
artikel
6 Challenges of communicating integrated water resource management in Zimbabwe Marimbe, Simbiso
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1077-1084
8 p.
artikel
7 Constraints and potential for efficient inter-sectoral water allocations in Tanzania Kashaigili, Japhet J
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 839-851
13 p.
artikel
8 Dam operation for environmental water releases; the case of Osborne dam, Save catchment, Zimbabwe Symphorian, Griphin R
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 985-993
9 p.
artikel
9 Decision support system for estimation of potential evapo-transpiration in Pangani Basin Moges, S.A
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 927-934
8 p.
artikel
10 Destratification of an impounding reservoir using compressed air––case of Mudi reservoir, Blantyre, Malawi Chipofya, V.H.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1161-1164
4 p.
artikel
11 Development of an integrated water resources management plan for the Lake Manyara sub-basin, Northern Tanzania Ngana, J.O.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1033-1038
6 p.
artikel
12 Duckweed based wastewater stabilization ponds for wastewater treatment (a low cost technology for small urban areas in Zimbabwe) Dalu, J.M.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1147-1160
14 p.
artikel
13 Ephemeral rivers and their development: testing an approach to basin management committees on the Kuiseb River, Namibia Botes, A.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 853-858
6 p.
artikel
14 Estimation of stream flows of ungauged catchments for river basin management Mwakalila, Shadrack
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 935-942
8 p.
artikel
15 Greenhouse studies on the phyto-extraction capacity of Cynodon nlemfuensis for lead and cadmium under irrigation with treated wastewater Madyiwa, S
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 859-867
9 p.
artikel
16 Human activities and threats of chronic epidemics in a fragile geologic environment Nkhuwa, D.C.W
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1139-1145
7 p.
artikel
17 Impact of home industries on water quality in a tributary of the Marimba River, Harare: implications for urban water management Mvungi, A.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1131-1137
7 p.
artikel
18 Impact of immigrant pastoral herds to fringing wetlands of lake Victoria in Magu district Mwanza region, Tanzania Hongo, H
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1001-1007
7 p.
artikel
19 Incorporating customary laws in implementation of IWRM: some insights from Rufiji River Basin, Tanzania Maganga, Faustin P.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 995-1000
6 p.
artikel
20 Industrial water demand management and cleaner production potential: a case of three industries in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Gumbo, Bekithemba
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 797-804
8 p.
artikel
21 Information is a prerequisite for water demand management: experiences from four cities in Southern Africa Gumbo, Bekithemba
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 827-837
11 p.
artikel
22 Integrated water supply and water demand for sustainable use of water resources Madulu, N.F
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 759-760
2 p.
artikel
23 Irrigation-based livelihood trends in river basins: theory and policy implications for irrigation development Lankford, Bruce
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 817-825
9 p.
artikel
24 Linking poverty levels to water resource use and conflicts in rural Tanzania Madulu, Ndalahwa F.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 911-917
7 p.
artikel
25 Mainstreaming gender in integrated water resources management: the case of Zimbabwe Manase, G.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 967-971
5 p.
artikel
26 Managing the water quality of the Kafue River Kambole, Michael Sankwe
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1105-1109
5 p.
artikel
27 Modification of a rainfall-runoff model for distributed modeling in a GIS and its validation Nyabeze, W.R
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1025-1032
8 p.
artikel
28 Overcoming constraints to the implementation of water demand management in southern Africa Mwendera, E.J
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 761-778
18 p.
artikel
29 Planning and practice at the crossroads: a case study of the Dande irrigation project in the Zambezi valley, Zimbabwe Sithole, Pinimidzai
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1063-1075
13 p.
artikel
30 Potential of rainwater harvesting in urban Zambia Handia, Lubinga
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 893-896
4 p.
artikel
31 Public participation in integrated water resources management: the case of Tanzania Dungumaro, Esther W.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1009-1014
6 p.
artikel
32 Resilience building and water demand management for drought mitigation Rockström, Johan
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 869-877
9 p.
artikel
33 River basin management in Namibia Amakali, Maria
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1055-1062
8 p.
artikel
34 State interests and multilateral cooperation: thinking strategically about achieving ‘wise use’ of the Okavango Delta system Swatuk, Larry A.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 897-905
9 p.
artikel
35 Suitability of constructed wetlands and waste stabilisation ponds in wastewater treatment: nitrogen transformation and removal Senzia, M.A.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1117-1124
8 p.
artikel
36 Sustaining water resource use in the degraded environment of the Irangi Hills, central Tanzania Kangalawe, Richard Y.M
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 879-892
14 p.
artikel
37 Testing water demand management scenarios in a water-stressed basin in South Africa: application of the WEAP model Lévite, Hervé
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 779-786
8 p.
artikel
38 The microbiological safety of duckweed fed chickens: a risk assessment of using duckweed reared on domestic wastewater as a protein source in broiler chickens Moyo, S
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1125-1129
5 p.
artikel
39 The re-design of an integrated water and pollution management programme using the systems-ware model of the log frame Wright, E.Alaphia
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 973-984
12 p.
artikel
40 The water budget of rainfed maize and bean intercrop Walker, S.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 919-926
8 p.
artikel
41 Towards an integrated water resource management in Tanzania: the role of appropriate institutional framework in Rufiji Basin Sokile, C.S
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1015-1023
9 p.
artikel
42 Water demand management in Malawi: problems and prospects for its promotion Mulwafu, W
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 787-796
10 p.
artikel
43 Water flow dynamics in the Okavango River Basin and Delta––a prerequisite for the ecosystems of the Delta Andersson, Lotta
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1165-1172
8 p.
artikel
44 Water for food, livelihoods and nature: simulations for policy dialogue in South Africa Kamara, A
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1085-1094
10 p.
artikel
45 Water quality management and sustainability, environmental flows and river basin management Mashauri, Damas A
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1095-1096
2 p.
artikel
46 Water quality management and sustainability: the experience of Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (LVEMP)––Tanzania Machiwa, Praxeda K.
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1111-1115
5 p.
artikel
47 Water reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: what is the difference? Van Koppen, Barbara
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 1047-1053
7 p.
artikel
48 What is the limit of up-scaling rainwater harvesting in a river basin? Ngigi, Stephen N
2003
89-90 20-27 p. 943-956
14 p.
artikel
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