VOLUMES
Volume: Volume 4, 2011
Issue: Issue 1 , 2011, July

Evaporation Modelling in Data Scarce Tropical Region of the Eastern Arc Mountain Catchments of Tanzania
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Birhanu Zemadim
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
This paper focuses on developing methods for both potential and actual evapotranspiration (ET) models for the data scarce conditions of the Eastern A   read more

Regional Flow Duration Curve Estimation and its Application in Assessing Low Flow Characteristics for Ungauged Catchment. A Case Study of Rwegura Catchment-Burundi
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Joel Nobert
Topic: Hydropower Development
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In order to have a secure source of energy within the country, Burundi constructed Rwegura hydropower plant on Kitenge River in September 1986. Recen   read more

Overlay Weighted Model and Fuzzy Logic to Determine the Best Locations for Artificial Recharge of Groundwater in a Semi-Arid Area in Egypt
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Peter Riad
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
In arid and semi-arid regions, where water scarcity is almost endemic, artificial recharge of groundwater is one of the most effective techniques for   read more

Creating a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) from SPOT 4 Satellite Stereo-Pair Images for Wadi Watier - Sinai Peninsula, Egypt
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Moustafa EL-Sammany
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
Flash Floods are one of the most damaging and costly natural hazards in Egypt, particularly in Sinai Peninsula and the Eastern Desert. Therefore, hyd   read more

Integrated Flood and Drought Management for Sustainable Development in the Kagera River Basin
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Omar Munyaneza
Topic: Flood Management
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Integrate Flood Management (IFM) integrates land and water resources development in a river basin, within the context of Integrated Water Resources M   read more

Adaptation of Surface Water Modeling System for Sediment Transport Investigations in Lake Nasser
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Moustafa EL-Sammany
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
The Nile River presents the main source of Egypt's water supply where it currently supplies most of the total demands. Due to the great variabil   read more

Effect of Change of Discharges at Dongola Station due to Sedimentation on the Water Losses from Nasser Lake
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By mohamed mohamed abdel-latif mohamed
Topic: River morphology
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Abstract
The aim of this paper is to investigate the decrease of the water losses from Nasser Lake in recent years than before. The water losses from Nasser L   read more

Prediction of Breach Formation Through the Aswan High Dam and Subsequent Flooding Downstream
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By SAMIR IBRAHIM
Topic: Other
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Abstract
All over the world, there are many dams failure due to many different reasons. These reasons range from structural instability to some hydraulic cond   read more

Generation of Rainfall Intensity Duration Frequency Curves For Ungauged Sites
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Eman El Sayed
Topic: Other
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Abstract
The rainfall intensity-duration-frequency (IDF) relationship is commonly required for planning and designing of various water resource projects. Many   read more

Evaluation of the Flow Characteristics in the Intake Structure and Pump Sumps Using Physical Model
On Sunday, 1st of May, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By SAMIR IBRAHIM
Topic: River Structures
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Abstract
A physical model was built at an undistorted scale of 1:8.724 tested the original design of the circulating cooling water flows to onshore intake str   read more

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