VOLUMES
Volume: Volume 6, 2013
Issue: Issue 2 , 2013, September

Water Balance Assessment of Topographically Closed Highland Lake: the case of Lake Hashenge, Northern Ethiopia
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Eyasu Yazew
Topic: River morphology
Paper | |

Abstract
Hashenge is the only closed and high altitude lake found in Tigray region, northern Ethiopia, can support the economic growth of the region through i   read more

Investigating the Impact of Pile Group Arrangement on Local Scour around Bridge Pier Using Physical Model
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Alsayed Ibrahim Diwedar
Topic: River Structures
Paper | |

Abstract
Scour is a natural phenomenon resulting from stream flow impact on the bed material, which causes the movement of the sediment at the vicinity and ar   read more

Hydraulic Structures Design for Flood Control in the Nyabugogo Wetland, Rwanda
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Omar Munyaneza
Topic: Flood Management
Paper | |

Abstract
The negative consequences of floods on the socio-economic welfare of the global society cannot be over emphasized. Flood causes lost of lives, proper   read more

The Development of the Baro-Akobo-Sobat sub basin and its Impact on Downstream Nile Basin Countries
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Tahani Sileet
Topic: Hydropower Development
Paper | |

Abstract
The Nile Basin, due to its size and varying climate, hydrology, topography and demography, constitutes one of the most complex and unique river basin   read more

Sedimentation of Reservoirs in Amhara Region: The Case of Adrako Micro-Earth Dam
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Bitew Genet Tassew
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
Paper | |

Abstract
Sedimentation of reservoirs has direct and indirect effects on irrigation practices. The susceptibility of a reservoir to sedimentation depends on th   read more

Improving Inland Navigation in Damietta Branch
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Hend Heider
Topic: Other
Paper | |

Abstract
Since the Nile River and its branched streams were formally assigned for irrigation and water supply, development of the waterway transport system be   read more

Effect of Main Barrages Failure on the Nile Valley
On Monday, 1st of July, 2013.   11:16:44 AM
By Heba Fathy
Topic: Flood Management
Paper | |

Abstract
Flood can be considered as the most severe event that may occur at any country. For this reason, the world most countries began to put general plans    read more

Copyright © All Rights Reserved, Created by Graphicano