Hydrometeorological Survey of the Catchments of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert.
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Hydrometeorological Survey of the Catchments of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert. Undertaken by the governments of Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, United Arab Republic, and United Republic of Tanzania. Assisted by United Nations Development Programme and World Meteorological Organization. Inauguration, 22nd March 1968, Entebbe Uganda.

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Published by Printed by Consolidated Printers in [Kampala .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Africa, Eastern

Subjects:

  • Hydrometeorology -- Africa, Eastern -- Congresses.,
  • Water-supply development -- Africa, Eastern -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Slip inserted reads: with compliments from Office of the Commissioner of Water Development, P.O. Box 19, Entebbe, Uganda.

ContributionsUganda. Water Development Dept.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB811.E27 H9
The Physical Object
Pagination83 p. (p. 78-83 advertisements)
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5750731M
LC Control Number70981883

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Hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert: Burundi, Egypt, Keny, Rwanda, Sudan, United Republic of Tanzania and Uganda. Vol.2 Atlas of technical maps () Hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Mobutu Sese Seko: project findings and recommandations (). Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Brief Description of the Three Lakes Variety in Physical and Hydrologic Conditions Importance of the Lake System to the Riparian Countries Internation Cited by: 5. Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa (68, km 2), and the most important freshwater resource for the people living in its lake forms, together with Lake Kyoga and Lake Mobutu Sese Seko, an estimated reservoir of 3, km 3 of freshwater. The sole outlet of Lake Victoria is the River Nile leaving the lake near Jina (Uganda), flowing through the Lakes Kyoga and Mobutu Sese. Hydrometeorological Survey of the Catchments of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert () A Biennial Review , Supplement. Government of Uganda, Entebbe. Beadle, L. C. () Lakes Albert (Mobutu) and Turkana (Rudolf), the Ethiopian Rift Lakes and Lake Tsana.

hydrology of Lake Victoria. From to , data records were scattered with a lot of missing gaps. From , during the hydro-meteorological survey of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert in Upper Nile (Hydromet Survey Project), better quality data set was collected. There after, data collection again collapsed due to logistical. WMO () Hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert. RAF 66–, Technical Report 1, WMO, Geneva. RAF . Agreement for the Hydrometeorological Survey of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert. Treaty Text: Agreement for the Hydrometeorological Survey of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert. Signature/Entry into Force/Termination. Date IEA was signed: Signature Year: Hydrometeorological Survey of the catchment of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert. Burundi, Egypt, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, United Republic of Tanzania and Uganda. Vol. 1, Meteorology and hydrology of the basin. Parts 1 & 2, pp. Vol. 2, Atlas of technical maps.

The project titled; Hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert was launched in in Entebbe, Uganda. The launch of the hydro-met survey, as it came to be known, kicked off the cooperation over the Nile river that was is being witnessed today. It later expanded to include all the 10 countries in Nile basin. Hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of Lake Victoria, Kyoga and Albert Hydrometeorological survey of the catch-ments of Lake Victoria, Kyoga and Mobutu Sese Seko: project findings and. Hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert: Burundi, Egypt, Ke Geneva (Switzerland) World Meteorological Organization United Nations Development Programme. Book series; Subjects. All Subjects; and K. V. KrishnamurthyB.E., A.M.I.E.(Ind.) Minister for Irrigation & Power Government of India Hydrometeorological Survey, Catchments of Lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Albert, Entebbe, Uganda. 9 19 Synopsis Introduction Future development potential Scope and objectives of feasibility studies Experience in.