VOLUMES
Volume: Volume 4, 2011
Issue: Issue 2 , 2011, September

Flow Under a Submerged Gate With a Circular- Crested Sill
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Neveen Yousif
Topic: Other
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Abstract
The under gates sills are commonly used in irrigation structures for economical reasons. The aim of this research is to investigate the effect of the   read more

A simple Method to Predict River Flows in the Agricultural Migina Catchment in Rwanda
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Omar Munyaneza
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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Abstract
Valid criticisms have been raised about the adequacy of the rational method. However, it continues to be used for storm water drains because of its s   read more

Using Earth Observation (EO) Technique for Monitoring Water Quality in Lake Burullus
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Hanan Farag
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
The knowledge of the impact of pollution source on the water resources is essential in environmental water studies as well as for resource management   read more

Assessment of Temperature Changes in Upper Akagera Basin: Case of Rwanda
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Casimir MUSERUKA
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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Abstract
Apart from rainfall records, temperature is a key and available database for input to climate change models in close link with water resources manage   read more

Apportionment of Pollution Sources of El Salam Canal Using Statistical Techniques
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By noha donia
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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Abstract
Multivariate statistical techniques were applied to the data set on water quality of the EL Salam Canal observed during six years (2001-2006) monitor   read more

Modelling Seasonally Flooded Wetlands in the Semi-arid Sahelian Zone
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Salomon Salumu Zahera
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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A coupled one-dimensional (1D)/two-dimensional (2D) hydrodynamic modelling of the Inner Niger Delta wetlands (Mali) was carried out using LISFLOOD-FP.   read more

A Critical Discussion of Recent Studies Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources in the Nile basin
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Giuliano Di Baldassarre
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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Abstract
This note provides a concise presentation of the state-of-the-art methods to assess climate change impacts on water systems with reference to the Nil   read more

Spatial-Temporal Uncertainty in Lake Extent Trends
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By Julian Ijumulana
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
Mapping and monitoring the extent of geographical features on the surface of the Earth includes 023l;- handling of their inherent uncertainty. The un   read more

Assessment of Suspended Sediment Loadings and their impact on the Environmental Flows of Upper Transboundary Mara River, Kenya
On Friday, 1st of July, 2011.   11:16:44 AM
By G. M. Kiragu
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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Abstract
This study determined the levels and constituents of the suspended sediment loading in the upper basin of Mara River and how they relate to the envir   read more

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