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Spatial Soil Erosion Hazard Assessment and Modelling in Mbire District, Zimbabwe: Implications for Catchment Management
Soil erosion is a natural geomorphological process resulting from water and land interactions but accelerated to become an environmental hazard by human activities such as clearing of forests for cultivation, poor farming ...
The spatio-temporal variation of the 2014 Tokwe-Mukosi floods: a GIS and remote sensing based approach
(Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, 2014-11)
Floods are natural hazards that have always created an unexpected threat to human life and property. When severe floods occur in areas occupied by humans, they can create natural disasters that involve the loss of human ...
An analysis of the Cahora Bassa Dam Water Balance and Reservoir Operations and their Flooding Impact on Upstream Settlements
The Lower Middle Zambezi catchment is sandwiched between three major dams; Kariba, Kafue (Itezhi-tezhi) and Cahora Bassa. The upstream dams have an impact on the inflows in the downstream Cahora Bassa Dam and, also, on ...
Assessment of the impact of landuse changes on the water quality of Incomati River, Southern Mozambique.
The growth of socio-economic activities such as irrigated agriculture and urbanization in the Lower Incomati River Basin in Mozambique is putting pressure on water quality in the catchment. The area between Xinavane and ...
A GIS-Based approach for identifying suitable sites for rainwater harvesting technologies in Kasungu District, Malawi.
Kasungu district in Malawi has mainly been affected by erratic rainfall that are characterised by dry spells. Almost each year the district receives rainfall that is unevenly distributed spatially and temporal hence threatens ...