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dc.contributor.authorBolding, Alex
dc.identifier.citationBolding, A. (1997) Caught in the catchment: past, present and future management of Nyanyadzi River water. In: Nhira, C. (ed.) Towards reforming the institutional and legal basis of the water of Zimbabwe: current weaknesses, recent initiatives and their operational problems, CASS Occasional Paper - NRM Series ; CPN86 /1997. Harare: CASS, pp. 9-19.en
dc.descriptionA CASS research paper on environmental water management in Zimbabwe.en
dc.description.abstractA catchment perspective in the management of water resources has always had a particular appeal amongst planners and engineers. Catchment, or river basins, form a geographical unit enclosing the area drained by all streams and water ways which feed a river at a particular point. It seems logical to plan and manage water use in each river basin so that upstream uses do not interfere with downstream uses and to ensure that water is used for its best purposes.en
dc.publisherCentre for Applied Social Sciences (CASS); University of Zimbabwe (UZ)en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesCASS Occasional Paper - NRM Series;;CPN86 /1997
dc.titleCaught in the catchment: past, present and future management of Nyanyadzi River wateren
dc.typeSeries paper (non-IDS)en
dc.rights.holderUiversity of Zimbabwe's Centre for Applied Social Sciences (CASS)en

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