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The Spatial Distribution of Elephants (loxodonta Africana) in Relation to the Spatial Heterogeneity of Vegetation Cover in a Southern African Agricultural Landscape
We tested whether and how the probability of African elephant (Loxodonta Africana) presence was related to spatial heterogeneity of vegetation cover and in the agricultural landscape of the Sebungwe region in northwestern ...
Modeling sedimentation rates of Malilangwe reservoir in the south-eastern lowveld of Zimbabwe
Modelling the sedimentation rates using the Wallingford (2004) equations with the aid of NDVI (remote sensing) to assess land degradation was carried out for Malilangwe reservoir catchment in the south eastern lowveld of ...
Impacts of land use and land cover changes on the water quality of surface water bodies: Muzvezve Sub-Catchment, Zimbabwe.
Many catchments in Southern Africa, including the Muzvezve Subcatchment in the central part of Zimbabwe have been negatively affected by the deterioration of water quality. This study aimed at assessing the impacts of land ...
Modeling floods in the Middle Zambezi Basin using remote sensing and hydrological modeling techniques.
Mbire District, in the Middle Zambezi Basin, experiences floods annually. The study aimed at applyingremote sensing and hydrodynamic modeling tools to map, and understand flood processes in order to improve flood management ...