2 edition of rains of the Nile basin and the Nile flood of 1912 found in the catalog.
rains of the Nile basin and the Nile flood of 1912
J. I. Craig
|Statement||By J.I. Craig.|
|Series||Ministry of Finance, Egypt. Survey Department paper -- no. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
The book is about the everyday politics of water distribution and use in Egypt. Accounts of water in the Nile Basin often focus on the transboundary dimensions of this river, which is shared by 11 countries, and on the political conflicts that have arisen over . Ethiopia said Tuesday that its first-year target has been reached for filling a mega-dam on the Blue Nile River that has stoked tensions with downstream neighbours Egypt and Sudan. The project has.
In the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI), a partnership initiated and led by the riparian states of the Nile River through the Council of Ministers of Water Affairs of the Nile Basin states (Nile-COM), was created. The NBI programme consists of two complementary subprogrammes: the Shared Vision Program and the Subsidiary Action Program. Compared with the flashy floods of the Tigris and the Euphrates, the historic Nile flood was much more benign, predictable, and timely. As is the case today, most of its flow originated from monsoon-type rains in the Ethiopian highlands. The remainder came from the upper watershed of the White Nile .
Rain falling anywhere in a river basin will eventually flow into the main river.] of this great waterway covers more than 1 million square miles, or about one tenth of the African continent. A river basin is the area drained by a river and the smaller streams that flow into it. The Nile River basin includes parts of 10 African countries. The Wady Rayan reservoir and escape 34 The Albert Lake and Nile project 35 Flood protection for Egypt. Sir William Garstins projects 38 The conversion of basin to perennial irrigation 39 Development of the Sudan. Two rainy and two dry seasons make up the year in the Victoria Lake basin, the rains coinciding more or less with the.
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Excerpt from The Rains of the Nile Basin and the Nile Flood of The series of seven dry years which began with the exceptionally low ﬂood of when the volume discharged by the Nile was 37 per cent below the average, and ended with that of which was 35 per cent deficient, was succeeded this year by a ﬂood which was more nearly of average : H.
Lyons. The Nile Basin The Nile River, with an estimated length of over km, is the longest river flowing from south to north over 35 degrees of latitude. It is fed by two main river systems: the White Nile, with its sources on the Equatorial Lake Plateau (Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Zaire and Uganda), and the Blue Nile, with its sources in.
The flooding of the Nile is the result of the yearly monsoon between May and August causing enormous precipitations on the Ethiopian Highlands whose summits reach heights of up to m (14, ft).
Most of this rainwater is taken by the Blue Nile and by the Atbarah River into the Nile, while a less important amount flows through the Sobat and the White Nile into the Nile. The Nile — the world’s longest river — runs through 11 countries in Africa and has a basin that covers about 3 million sq kms, nearly 10 per cent of the continent’s landmass.
About million people are reliant on the Nile’s waters in Ethiopia, Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan and Egypt. Nearly all of the rainfall that feeds the Nile’s two major tributaries — the Blue and White Nile. O, Nile, verdant art thou, who makes man and cattle to live.
The Nile’s seasonal flooding is a central theme in Egyptian history. The river flow follows regular patterns, increasing between May 17 and July 6, peaking in September, and then receding until the next year. Africa amount annual Arabic Aswan Atbara average Bahr-el-Jebel bank Barrage Basin become beginning Blue Nile branch Cairo called canals carried century channel comes considerable continued covered crops cultivation difficulties discharge distance east effect Egypt Egyptian Ethiopia evaporation existence expedition falls feet flood flow give.
The drought in Ethiopian Highlands, source of the Nile flood, has been in the news off and on since the early s, to such an extent that it can be inquired if the Nile basin users are exposed.
The Nile has two major tributaries – the White Nile and the Blue White Nile is considered to be the headwaters and primary stream of the Nile itself. The Blue Nile, however, is the source of most of the water, containing 80% of the water and White Nile is longer and rises in the Great Lakes region of central Africa, with the most distant source still undetermined but.
The river basin of this great waterway encompasses an area of more than 1 million square miles, which is approximately one tenth of the African continent. A river basin is the area that is drained by a river and the smaller streams that flow into that river. The Nile River basin.
The Aswan Dam (completed and raised twice since then) was the first dam built on the Nile to store part of the autumn flood for later use; it has a storage capacity of 5 billion cu m and is now supplemented by the Aswan High Dam (completed ), 5 mi (8 km) upstream, with a storage capacity of 48 billion cu m, sufficient (with existing.
Analysis - The Nile - the world's longest river - runs through 11 countries in Africa and has a basin that covers about 3 million sq kms, nearly 10% of the continent's landmass.
About million. The ancient Sphinx sits in shadow of the incredible Great Pyramids of Giza, all there because of the annual Nile flooding. Ethiopia's Blue Nile - The Origin of the Nile River Floods.
Eight countries feed into the Nile River upstream of Egypt. However, Ethiopia's Blue Nile accounts for more than 80% of the Nile's water that flows through Egypt. a study of decadal periodicities of the Nile River historical discharge of the Roda Nilometer (Cairo, Egypt) and sug-gested that high-frequency peaks could be linked to ENSO.
Abtew et al. () analyzed monthly rainfall observations from a rain gauge monitoring network in the upper Blue Nile Basin and found that high rainfall is likely to occur. Sudan, between the two countries, says the project could endanger its own dams — though it stands to benefit from the Ethiopian dam, including having access to cheap electricity and reduced flooding.
The confluence of the Blue Nile and the White Nile near Khartoum forms the Nile River that then flows the length of Egypt and into the. Nobody covers Columbus, Indiana and the surrounding areas like The Republic. National Road, Suite A, Columbus, IN Main Switchboard:.
By By Serstse Desta Just last month, a new book of over pages length titled “Environmental Remote Sensing in Egypt” was published by the international publisher Springer. In this book, you can read some patchy texts against the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD.
One of the chapters of the book (Chapter 17). The Nile is still generally credited as the world's longest river, by sources from the United Nations to the Guinness Book of World Records, although the. The Nile is a major river in the longest river in the world.
The total length of the river is km ( miles). Nile Basin covers an area of million km ². Nile Basin countries are Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan and DRC.
Also Burundi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Egypt and Eritrea. The Nile has two major tributaries, White and Blue. The climate of the Nile Basin is characterised by a strong latitudinal wetness gradient. Whereas the areas north of 18° N remain dry most of the year, to the south there is a gradual increase of monsoon precipitation amounts.
Rainfall regimes can be divided into nine types, among which summer peak regimes dominate. The GeographicalJournal, Vol.No. 1, Marchpp. The Climate and Hydrology of the Upper Blue Nile River DECLAN CONWAY School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7U E-mail: @ uk This paper was accepted for publication in March The Upper Blue Nile river basin is the largest in Ethiopia in terms of volume of dis.
The Nile story: 15 years of Nile cooperation - making an impact (English) Abstract. The Nile Story is one of immense challenges and remarkable achievements for the economic development of the region. It begins inwhen the ministers in charge of water affairs in the Nile countries agreed to form the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI).Opinion - The Nile River is one of the world's great rivers almost kilometers from its farthest sources at the headwaters of the Kagera River in Burundi and Rwanda to its Delta in Egypt.
Ten.Nile Basin catchment area is today shared among 11 countries: Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. (Fig. ). The White Nile has its headwaters in Lake Victoria and Lake Albert and the Blue Nile, called the Abay in Ethiopia, has it headwaters in Lake.