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Water Harvesting for Integrated Water Resources Management and Sustainable Development in Khartoum State

Hassan Mahmoud, Wifag

Titre : Water Harvesting for Integrated Water Resources Management and Sustainable Development in Khartoum State

Auteur : Hassan Mahmoud, Wifag

Université de soutenance : Universität Leipzig

Grade : Doctor rerum naturalium (Dr. rer. Na) 2013

Présentation Khartoum State in Sudan is subject to the erratic and intense rainfall during the short rainy season and dryness and heat throughout the rest of the year. High intensity rainstorms with a short duration have become more frequent in the area during the last two decades resulting in cities inundation and flash floods in the rural parts. On the other hand, the dry season means hot weather in the urban parts and water shortage in the rural part. Rural areas are dependent on the runoff water brought about by the seasonal streams as a source of water. For this study, Khartoum City Center and Seleit area were taken to investigate the application of water harvesting in the urban and rural areas, respectively. Accordingly, the hydrological characteristics and the specification of the potential water harvesting sites and systems were examined.

Mots clés  : Khartoum State, water harvesting, IWRM, urban runoff water management, rural water harvesting, NRCS method, Gumble distribution — Khartoum State, water harvesting, IWRM, urban runoff water management, rural water harvesting, NRCS method, Gumble distribution

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