5 edition of The Jonglei Canal found in the catalog.
January 27, 1989 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul Howell (Editor), Michael Lock (Editor), Stephen Cobb (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||576|
The book covers in detail the period between 1 and when President Nimeiri took the reins of power in the country. This is accord- volume of water by digging the Jonglei Canal-a project which has been halted completely by the ongoing civil war in the Sudan. In the political context, the Republic of the Sudan is made up of two. The Jonglei Canal is a canal project that has been proposed, started but never completed to divert water through the vast Sudd wetlands of South Sudan so as to deliver more water downstream to Sudan and Egypt for use in agriculture.
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The vast area of swamp and wetlands of the Southern Sudan, the Sudd, absorbs and dissipates by evaporation about half the inflow from the upper catchment of the White Nile.
Ways and means of reducing these losses by canalisation have been under engineering investigation since the beginning The Jonglei Canal book the twentieth century, the objective being to provide additional water for irrigation and hydro Reviews: 1.
The Jonglei Canal Project, formulated in the mid s to build a km long canal between Bor and where the Sobat River joins the White Nile in the far north The Jonglei Canal book Malakal, is the most prominent project to have ever been conducted in the state and is also one of its greatest failures.
Construction began in but was halted in for Capital: The Jonglei Canal book. This study intends to examine The Jonglei Canal Project, The Nile Water Agreement and The Nile Basin Initiative and their impact on water security in the Jonglei Project Area (JPA).
The paper will take a critical look at the positive and negative water security implications of these issues and weigh them against each other in addition to.
extra water downstream, planners have proposed to dig a canal (Jonglei canal) around to Sudd area, to save an extra Gm3/year. What the effects of the swamps in the Sudd area will be, are still relatively unknown.
In this thesis the effects on the Sudd swamp will. The Jonglei Canal book The The Jonglei Canal book of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal (Oxford Studies in African Affairs) 1st Edition by Robert O.
The Jonglei Canal book Collins (Author) › Visit Amazon's Robert O. Collins Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: : The Jonglei Canal (Graduate College Publications, University of Khartoum) () by Sammani, Mohamed Osman and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $ The impact of the extension of Jonglei The Jonglei Canal book on the area from Kongor t Mohammed Osman El Sammani Not In Library.
Executive Organ for the Development Projects in Jonglei Area, 1 book Meeting for Coordination of Jonglei Executive Organ Work Plans (4th Bor, South Sudan), 1 book Jos D.
Platenkamp, 1 book. Other articles where Jonglei Canals is discussed: Al-Sudd: s construction began on the Jonglei (Junqalī) Canal, which was planned to bypass the Sudd and provide a straight, well-defined channel for the Al-Jabal River to flow northward until its junction with the White Nile.
But the project, which would have drained the swamplands of the Sudd for agricultural use. The vast area of swamp and wetlands of the Southern Sudan, the Sudd, absorbs and dissipates by evaporation about half the inflow from the upper catchment of the White Nile.
Ways and means of reducing these losses by canalisation have been under engineering investigation since the beginning of Price: $ By agreeing to share the water that the Jonglei Canal would transport equally with South Sudan, Egypt is hoping that this hydro-diplomacy will cement their ability to exert influence in the The Jonglei Canal book nation.
The Jonglei Canal – a Primer. The White Nile enters South Sudan from the south via Uganda. Get print book.
No eBook available. National Council for the Development of the Jonglei The Jonglei Canal book Area, - Nature - 71 pages. 0 agriculture alignment animaux bétail Canal de Jonglei cattle considered coopératives crops d'eau débit described Development Project Dinka dry season eaux du Nil economic economy environmental études.
on the development and potential The Jonglei Canal book of the Jonglei Canal in the Southern Sudan. Eight experts involved in different aspects of the work on the canal spoke on planning, problems of The Jonglei Canal book in the Sudan, the canal's construction and its probable impact on the local population, the land and wild life.
Dr Paul Howell, who. The Jonglei Canal: Its impact on an integrated system in the southern Sudan (Publicatie - University of Leiden, Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Sociology of Non-Western Peoples) [Platenkamp, Jos D.
M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Jonglei Canal: Its impact on an integrated system in the southern Sudan (Publicatie - University of LeidenAuthor: Jos D. M Platenkamp. As seen from the Jonglei Canal Case study, water shortages, poor water quality and floods influence and unfavourable policy causes strains on diplomatic relations among countries and increases tensions between regions.
As water crisis becomes more prevalence all over the world, distraction from important and beneficial policies rises. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: The genesis of the Jonglei Canal --The Jonglei Canal project: stage 1 --Water use and demand in the Nile Basin --The influence of Lake Victoria --Hydrology of the Bahr el Jebel swamps --Biological effects of variation in water quality --Ecology of plants in the swamps and.
By bypassing the swamps, it was calculated that evaporation of the Nile's water would vastly decrease, allowing an increase in the area of cultivatable land in Egypt by two million Jonglei canal scheme was first studied by the government of Egypt /5(4).
Inthe Sudanese and Egyptian governments decided to resume work on the Jonglei Canal project, which had been abandoned for 24 years. This project in southern Sudan plans to by-pass, and thus drain, part of the wetlands of the Bahr al-Jabal and Bahr az-Zaraf rivers into the White by: 9.
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A vast literature is available on the hydrology and hydrobiology of the Nile. Nevertheless the present manuscript is seemingly the first attempt to present unpublished notes with a compilation of the published literature.
I have also attempted to outline the existing Jonglei Canal Project, which is often confused with earlier-suggested projects.
The Jonglei Canal In the Sudd, the great swamp in which gather the waters of the upper White Nile, in the state of Jonglei (which borders on the south with the equatorial states of Sudan), there stands a half-finished, kilometer long, man made channel, the northern portion of the Jonglei Canal.
Construction of a diversion canal to carry water past the swamps of the Sudd region in the Sudan was begun in Six years later it was halted by the civil war. The book analyses the nature of the Jonglei canal and its local impact looking at the disadvantages it will bring and the opportunities for progress it will offer.
It will reduce the seasonally river-flooded grasslands which are of. the role of indigenous communities in environmental conflict management in the horn of africa: a case study of jonglei canal. by deng garang akech daniel r52// a research project submitted in partial fulfilment of requirements for the award of masters degree in international conflict management.
With two-thirds of the canal completed the project was abandoned in after the outbreak of the second Sudanese Civil War. Construction of the canal, and its potential to drain the Sudd have been cited as a key cause of the conflict - the issue was the focus of. The Dinka of Jonglei is the collective name for the five sub-tribes of Jieeng living in the current Jonglei State.
These are Thony, Bor, Twi, Nyarweng and Hol Dinka. Dinka Bor is a subset of the Dinka of Jonglei which is referred to as the Southern Dinka by some authors or Dinka in general. The Jonglei canal scheme was first studied by the government of Egypt in and plans were developed in Construction work on the canal began in but the outbreak of political instability in Sudan has held up work for many years.
The Sudd (as-Sudd or al-Sudd) is a vast swamp in South Sudan, formed by the White Nile's Baḥr al-Jabal section. The Arabic word sudd is derived from sadd (), meaning "barrier" or "obstruction".
The term "the sudd" has come to refer to any large solid floating vegetation island or mat. The area which the swamp covers is one of the world's largest wetlands and the largest freshwater wetland in Area: 57, km² (22, sq mi).
The Paperback of the The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, by Robert O. Collins at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores &. Reviews of The Waters of the Nile: Hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, “A remarkable tour de force, a definitive history of the science of hydrology as applied to the Nile, whose annual flows can produce acute drought or disastrous floods, and on whose waters the peoples of Egypt, the Sudan, and parts of Ethiopia and Uganda depend.
Jonglei Canal: a development project in the Sudan Executive Organ, National Council for the Development of the Jonglei Canal Area Khartoum Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Canal de Jonglei, au Sud-Soudan, est un véritable symbole de la nécessaire gestion concertée des ressources en eau. Ce tout nouveau pays, le e reconnu par les Nations Unies, possède un des plus grands marais du monde, où viennent se perdre les eaux.
Jonglei Canal is an important project that was proposed to reduce the vast water losses in the Sudd region in Southern Sudan. And book historians from almost a dozen nations that plan to.
agree completion of the canal seems, at the moment, far from being definite. "Will" expresses the determination of the two govern-ments. I should point out that, with the present drop in volume of discharge of the whole of the Nile system, the Jonglei Canal Pro-ject, in addition to other conservation works, seems to be inevit-able' Size: KB.
As Waterbury explains, this is because of the international norm of Master Principle of appropriation — “whoever uses the water first thereby establishes a claim or right to it” (p. 28). Therefore, Egypt has an incentive to use as much of the Nile waters as possible in order to establish a future right to high volumes of downstream flows.
The Sudd- On the White Nile in Southern Sudan The largest protected wetland in the world. Containing acres of papyrus along with millions of. Environmental Issues Regarding the Sudd and the Jonglei Canal. The sudd is the largest freshwater wetland in the world, covering an area of million square kilometers in the rainy season.
Anthropology and development planning in the Sudan: the case of Jonglei Project. Ahmed, Abdel Ghaffar M., () The impact of the extension of Jonglei Canal on the area from Kongor to Bor. El Sammani, Mohamed Osman, (). Jonglei‘s Agro-Forestry Sector Constraints Agro-Forestry Constraints – Little/No Irrigation DRAINAGE & IRRIGATION CANALS – ―Jonglei Canal‖: Given the costand politically sensitive issue of the Jonglei Canal construction project of ,little has been done since that time.
The table 1 above, shows that majority 97% of the respondents are males which signifies that conflict on tribal basis in Jonglei is much perpetuated by men other than their female counterparts which scores only two point six percent (%) of the respondents. In terms of age, most respondents are aged (%) and years old (%).
Meanwhile, some respondents aged. The Sudd (as-Sudd or al-Sudd) is a vast swamp in South Sudan, formed by the White Nile's Baḥr al-Jabal section. The Arabic word sudd is derived from sadd (سد), meaning "barrier" or "obstruction".
The term "the sudd" has come to refer to any large solid floating vegetation island or mat. The area which the swamp covers is one of the world's largest wetlands and the largest freshwater. Construction of the Jonglei Canal began in ; at the end of it was halted by civil war, kilometre from its outfall and kilometres short of completion.
Based on scientific studies of the area carried out in the early s and again between andthe aim of the book is to present a multi-disciplinary survey of the.
Abstract. Geographical location The Jonglei Canal project is pdf in the Democratic Republic pdf Sudan, about km south of the capital Khartoum. The project comprises a new canal roughly between Malakal and Bor, and implementation of various structures.
The canal — km long — is a short cut of the White Nile, passing the large Sudd marshes along the east : W. B. Zimmermann, J. J. van der Zwaard.Correspondence relating to the publication The Jonglei Canal: impact and opportunity.
The correspondence mainly consists of letters between Howell and others involved in the book on issues such as final amendments, publishing, design, arrangement of the book, illustrations, financial matters regarding production, promotion and distribution.
Egypt’s Jonglei Canal Gambit; and, 4. Ebook Saber-rattling and a White Nile Coalition) This series on Egyptian water security has explored the hydrology, diplomatic relations with upstream riparians, and potential infrastructure changes to White Nile and Blue Nile streamflow.