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Remote sensing based estimation of evaporation among different land cover types in the Upper-Wami River Basin, Tanzania
In Semi-arid Africa, evaporation is the dominant hydrological flux and hence an important component in water resources management. However, it is a challenge to fairly estimate the spatial variation of evaporation ...
Integration of physicochemical assessment of water quality with remote sensing techniques for the Dikgathong Damin Botswana.
Water quality has become a global concern due to ever increasing population and developmental activities that are polluting water resources. Botswana’s water resources are threatened by various pollution sources such as ...
Assessment of land use dynamics of the N’djili catchment in DR Congo: implication for catchment planning
The lack of the basic data in both ungauged and poorly gauged catchments make the tasks of water resources management and planning challenging in these areas. This leads to ineffectiveness and improper assessment of water ...