VOLUMES
Volume: Volume 1, 2008
Issue: Issue 1 , 2008, July

A comparative Study of International EIA Guidelines and the Sudan EIA Experience
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Mohd Elmuntasir Ahmed
Topic: Other
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This research was initiated to compare the international EIA guidelines in order to enhance the Sudan experience to improve its practice in managing t   read more

Environmental Water Requirements Rapid Assessment (Downstream of the Hydropower Plant of Lower Kihansi)
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Raphael Tshimanga
Topic: Hydropower Development
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The present study was carried out to assess the hydrological and hydraulic characteristics that control the flow dependent river ecosystem, necessary    read more

Assessing the Hydrological Performance of the Nile Forecast System in Long Term Simulations
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Mohamed Elshamy
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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Abstract
This paper presents an assessment of the performance of the Nile Forecast System (NFS) hydrological component with regard to long-term simulations for   read more

Empirical Assessment of Local Scour at the Head of Groynes
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Mohamed Akode
Topic: Other
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The main functions of groynes are bank protection as well as land reclamation and provision of navigable depth leading to river training. The design o   read more

Integration of NFS with Regional Climate Model to Simulate the Nile Basin Hydro-climatology
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Eman Soliman
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
Many development projects involving Nile waters are currently underway, or being studied. These projects will lead to changes in land-use patterns and   read more

Eastern Nile Planning Model, Integration with IDEN Projects To Deal with Climate Change Uncertainty and Flooding Risk
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Mohamed Abdel Aty Sayed
Topic: Enviromental aspects of river engineering
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The Nile basin (NB) is one of the biggest river basins. Ten riparian countries contribute to the basin. The NB is one of the least developed basins. I   read more

Water Banking –Land use Approach to Improve River Productivity and Environmental Performance
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Amgad Elmahdi
Topic: River Structures
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Abstract
This paper presents the use of water banking concept (using aquifers as a natural underground dam) combined with different changing land use such as c   read more

Problems and Prospects of SWAT Model Applications in NILOTIC Catchments: A Review
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Preksedis Marco Ndomba
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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Abstract
This paper highlights some problems and prospects of applying a complex Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) hydrologic model in catchments of Nilot   read more

Prediction of Sediment Inflow to legedadi Reservoir Using SWAT Watershed and CCHE1D Sediment Transport Models
On Thursday, 1st of May, 2008.   11:16:44 AM
By Andualem Gessese
Topic: GIS and modeling applications in river engineering
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In this research, attempts are made to assess the amount of sediment inflow and the total quantity that is deposited to date in Legedadi Reservoir. T   read more

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