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Temporal and Spatial Variability of the Hydrology of Semi-Arid Zimbabwe and its Implications on Surface Water Resources.
There are 170 Communal lands, totaling 163 500 km2 or 42% of Zimbabwe. About 75% of these Communal lands are in Natural regions IV and V that are semi-arid. Water development is therefore a key aspect in ensuring sustainable ...
The Macroinvertebrate Communities Of Two Upland Streams In Eastern Zimbabwe With Reference To The Impact Of Forestry
Benthic macroinvertebrates and physico-chemical parameters of the water were examined from two fast flowing streams, the Nyahode River which drains a pine monoculture catchment and the Haruni River which drains an undisturbed ...
Using Modelling as a Management Tool for Water Resources: Identifying Problems and Causes and Providing Solutions to Current Eutrophication Problems in Lake Chivero.
The PAMOLARE model can be used as an effective tool for managing water resources. Projections show that in the next 25 years Lake Chivero’s water quality will further deteriorate if there are no measures taken immediately ...
The Theory and Practice of Governance of Water Resources in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2002)
Since independence in 1980, agricultural land reform in Zimbabwe has been and continues to receive extensive discussion, although the question of how the distributed land will be governed has not been spelt out adequately. ...