4 edition of Management and conservation of the African great lakes found in the catalog.
Management and conservation of the African great lakes
R. C. M. Crul
Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-83).
|Statement||Ruud C.M. Crul, Unesco/IHP-IV Project M-5.1.|
|Series||Studies and reports in hydrology ;, 59|
|Contributions||Unesco/IHP-IV Project M-5.1.|
|LC Classifications||TC519.A353 C78 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||99510453|
CONSERVATION STRATEGY FOR THE GREAT LAKES REGION CHAPTER 5: CLIMATOLOGY OF THE EAST AFRICAN GREAT LAKES REGION AND POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON ITS BIODIVERSITY AND Management, Ministry of Wildlife Conservation (South Sudan); Ethiopian Wildlife & Natural History. AGL: African Great Lakes INTRODUCTION Straddling the equator in East Africa is one of the most remarkable freshwater features of our planet, the African Great Lakes (AGL) (Figure 1a). These lakes range from relatively shallow, saline, and alkaline, to some of the deepest and largest freshwater bodies on earth (Table 1).
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Get this from a library. Management and conservation of the African great lakes: Lakes Victoria, Tanganyika and Malawi: comparative and comprehensive study of Great Lakes.
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The African Great Lakes (Swahili: Maziwa Makuu) are a series of lakes constituting the part of the Rift Valley lakes in and around the East African include Lake Victoria, the third-largest fresh water lake in the world by area, Lake Tanganyika, the world's second-largest freshwater lake by volume and depth, and Lake Malawi, the world's eighth-largest fresh water lake by area.
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This cluster of projects investigates topics in ecology and sustainable development in East Africa’s Great Lakes region. Current work is focused on the food webs, fisheries, and conservation of endangered fishes of Lake Victoria, and on brain and behavior in the fishes of Lake Tanganyika.
1 2 Feb Management Challenges of Freshwater Fisheries in Africa Richard Ogutu-Ohwayo1 and John S. Balirwa2 1 Lake Victoria Fisheries Organisation, P. BoxJinja, Uganda 2 Fisheries Resources Research Institute, P.O. BoxJinja, Uganda. Economic and Geographic Setting of the Lakes The Nature Conservancy, working with the Michigan Natural Features Inventory and Nature Conservancy of Canada, has completed biodiversity conservation strategies—or “blueprints”—for Lakes Ontario, Erie, Huron and Michigan.
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Promote cooperative and collaborative conservation management by countries in the African Great Lakes Region by establishing an African Great Lakes Summit Advisory Committee and Technical Committee, organizing an African Great Lakes Summit and creating a web-based African Great Lakes information platform.
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The African Great Lakes are considered to be dynamically fragile ecosystems that are relatively resistant to minor changes with which they have co-evolved but vulnerable to major perturbations such as overfishing, the introduction of alien species and pollution. These lakes are inhabited by large species flocks of cichlid fishes which are characterised by a complex Cited by: MacArthur’s Conservation and Sustainable Development (CSD) program is launching a year grant program in the Great Lakes region of Africa.
Download a pdf (8 pg) of this grant guideline. Five adjacent watersheds within the Great Lakes region comprise the focus of our interest: Lake Victoria Basin, Upper Nile Basin, Lake Tanganyika Basin. African Great Lakes.
The great lakes of Africa, Lakes Victoria, Malawi, and Tanganyika, are located in East Africa in the vicinity of the Great Rift Valleys and hold approximately 27% of the world’s freshwater. Lake Victoria is set between the Rift Valleys and is bounded by uplifted mountains and highlands associated with rifting.
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Lessons From Africa’s Great Lakes on How Conservation Orgs Can Address Migration March 1, By Alec Crawford & Angie Dazé Migration is an important strategy for coping with environmental variability and change, but it.
His alter ego continued to work on the African Great Lakes of Malawi and Tanganyika, and the ecology of the Makgadikgadi salt pans of Botswana. In he moved to UNESCO-IHE Institute of Water Education in the Netherlands to engage more fully in research and teaching to support capacity : $.
The African Great Lakes are classified based on river basins, the presence of a draining river or its absence, and the size of the lake.
The African Great Lakes region comprises of countries around the African Great Lakes and these include Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, and : Joyce Chepkemoi.The Great Lakes Book Project. 3K likes. The preservation of memories through creative non-fictionFollowers: 3K.Lakes Handbook: Lake Restoration and Rehabilitation, Volume 2 edited by P.
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