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Multipurpose survey of the Kafue River basin, Zambia
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1970? 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
|Statement||report prepared for the government of Zambia by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, acting as executing agency for the United Nations Development Programme.|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations., United Nations Development Programme.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 89/2138 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||89892138|
The Kafue and Zambezi river basins BRIEF ZM IMPORTANCE OF THE KAFUE RIVER TO ZAMBIA KAFUE FLATS, ZAMBIA: WATER IN THE ECONOMY. WWF rief page 2 WWF rief page 3 The Lower Kafue generates 50 per cent of Zambia’s national hydroelectricity supply through the KafueFile Size: 1MB. The ecology of the Kafue lechwe population of Zambia before the operation of hydro-electric dams on the Kafue River. East African Wildlife Jour 9 –
The Kafue Flats are located in Southern Zambia at coordinates 15˚20'E - 15˚55’E: 5'26"28˚E, in the mid Kafue River basin. They cover an area of approximately km 2 of flood plain grassland from Itezhi-Tezhi dam to the Kafue Gorge, and nearly half of the area is in the north bank .Cited by: 1. This is a list of rivers in Zambia. This list is arranged by drainage basin, with respective tributaries indented under each larger stream's name. This list is arranged by drainage basin, with respective tributaries indented under each larger stream's name.
For very long time now, the Lower Kafue River Basin has been an economic powerhouse of the country, with more than half the population of Zambia living within the Kafue River catchment area. The Kafue River Trust supports wildlife conservation and environmental projects in the Kafue River basin of southern Zambia. We now wish to recruit an experienced Fundraiser to support a significant expansion in our work in response to a government request to help reverse a rapid decline in the number of endangered Kafue ers:
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Multipurpose Survey of the Kafue River Basin. Zambia. Vol. 1: Final Report - General + 2 Appendices (+map) Publisher: Rome.: United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Publication year: Description: p. Notes: Library holding:ZM show all notes.
Zambia - Multipurpose survey of the Kafue river basin, final report - Vol 5, wildlife, fisheries and livestock production. By Land and Water Development Div. Topics: UNDP SF PROJECT, FISHERY PRODUCTION, Author: Land and Water Development Div.
Zambia - Multipurpose survey of the Kafue river basin, final report - Vol 4, ecology of the Kafue flats - Part 1, ecology and : VAN RENSBURG HJ. Multipurpose Survey of the Kafue River Basin, Zambia, Rome: FAO/SF; 35 ZAM, 7 vols.
Google Scholar Gammelsrod, T. Effect of Zambezi River management of Cited by: 2. headwater area of the Kafue River is gently undulating, with many dambos. The water bodies found in the basin include the Kafue River, its tributaries, dams and the Kafue Flats wetland.
The natural flow OF ZAMBIA’S POPULATION LIES WITHIN THE KAFUE RIVER BASIN 50% 7File Size: 2MB. The Kafue River is the longest river lying wholly within Zambia at about 1, kilometres ( mi) long. Its water is used for irrigation and for hydroelectric power.
It is the largest tributary of the Zambezi, and of Zambia's principal rivers, it is the most central and the most urban. More than 50% of Zambia's population live in the Kafue River Basin and of these around 65% are y: Zambia. The Zambia - Strengthening Climate Resilience in the Kafue sub-basin Project (SCRIKA), administered by the AfDB will foster food security, sustained growth and poverty reduction to better respond to current climate variability and long-term consequences of climate change.
The area coverage of the Kafue River Basin (KRB) is approximately 20% of Zambia’s land area (, km2) and approximately 17% of the Zambezi Basin [Water Resources Use in the Zambezi Basin.
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dam (Figure1). It occupies an area ofkm2 which represents about % of Kafue River Basin’s total land area. UKRB is located between latitude 11 S and 15 S and between longitude 25 E and 28 E.
The Kafue River originates close to the border between Zambia and Congo. The Kafue Basin, one of the most sensitive basins in Zambia, has been subjected to flooding. The year saw severe floods in the Kafue Flats when fishing camps and some settlements along the river were inundated and people were displaced.
The Kafue River plays a large role in Zambia’s eco- system. It is a major tributary to the Zambezi River and is the largest and longest river lying entirely within Zambia. Other tributaries include the Lufupa and Lunga rivers in the north, the Musa and the Luansanza in the centre and the Nanzhila in the south.
The Nile tilapia is native, as its name suggests, to the Nile River basin, as well as to other river basins in northern and western Africa.
In and some were imported from Stirling University in the UK to the Nakambala Sugar Estate fish farm on the Kafue Flats and Kafue Fisheries Ltd at their farm further downstream (Bbole et al., ). The FAO carried out a multipurpose survey of the Kafue River Basin.
The Universities of Michigan and Idaho studied the possible effects of water regimes on fish and fishery. Also biologists of the Zambian Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and National Parks conducted numerous studies on the Kafue.
A STUDY on the sugar sector in Zambia has recommended a comprehensive water balance study of the whole Kafue River Basin to establish a realistic estimate of water availability for any increase in. An avifaunal (Aves) survey of the lower Usuthu River basin, Swaziland.
Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ara Monadjem. The ‘Water Situational Analysis of the Lower Kafue Basin’ highlights the pivotal role the river plays, providing up to 50 per cent of Zambia’s electricity, livelihoods for half of the country’s population and contributing a massive 48 billion kwacha towards the national GDP.
Fisheries are an important resource in Zambia, but are experiencing overexploitation and are under increasing pressure from external development activities that are compromising river ecosystem services and functioning.
One such system is the Kafue Flats floodplain, which is under threat from hydropower development. This paper reviews the effect of potential hydropower development on the Kafue Cited by: 3.
This represents 20% of Zambia’s total land. The main Kafue River in the Catchment meanders approximately Km North-East of Solwezi town to its confluence with the Zambezi River in the lower Kafue Catchment in Chirundu District of Zambia and has a total length of 1, km.The Kafue Flats make up a 6, km 2 floodplain along the Kafue river that extends from Itezhitezhi for km downstream to the head of Kafue Gorge.
Once considered the most important agricultural entity in Zambia (Bingham ) and – with its huge herds of lechwe antelope and vast flocks of waterbirds – offering one of the greatest.The Zambezi basin is the fourth-largest river basin of Africa, after the Congo/Zaire, Nile and Niger basins. Its total area represents about % of the area of the continent and spreads over eight countries (Map 8 and Table 38).
The Zambezi River flows eastwards for about km .