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Transboundary Water Management in the Congo Basin

the Congo basin offers enormous opportunities for in land river transport sustainable energy generation fish eries and agriculture The Congo River and its tributar ies form an extensive network of 25 000 km of navigable waterways traditionally the dominant trade link within the region Following many years of war political instabil ity and

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Satellite based estimates of surface water dynamics in the

36 Despite its importance the Congo River Basin CRB located in the central region of 37 Africa has not attracted as much attention among the climate and hydrology communities 38 as has the Amazon Basin or other large rivers in the world Alsdorf et al 2016 Up to

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Discharge and Other Hydraulic Measurements for

The Congo River basin is home to one of the largest intact rain forests in the world is one of the world s most biologically diverse river systems and is an important freshwater supply for millions of people in central Africa The American Museum of Natural History AMNH is leading a major taxonomic collection effort in the Lower Congo River.

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National Parks Of The Democratic Republic Of The Congo

25 04 2017  Salonga National Park The Salonga National Park located in the Congo River Basin is the Largest Tropical Rainforests reserve in Africa covering approximately 36 000 square kilometers It runs from the provinces of Kasai oriental Kasai Occidental Equateur and Bandundu It houses a broad range of animals like the bonobos Dryas monkeys Congo

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Soil Resources in the Congo Basin Their properties and

Congo Basin forests support the livelihoods of more than 90 million people Even today a large portion of the population living in the Congo Basin forest is indigenous In addition to those inhabitants many others directly or indirectly rely on the forest for fuel food medicines and other

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Evaluation of JERS 1 SAR mosaics for hydrological

25 11 2010  The results suggest that the SAR mosaics may serve well to appraise the maximum extents of flooding in the Congo river basin but quite poorly to assess the dynamics and ranges of the variations It was reckoned that a minimum of three acquisitions within 1 year would be required to better describe the complex hydrology in the region.

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The Congo River basin Armed conflicts and population

The Congo River basin Armed conflicts and population movement Introduction Sub Saharan Africa in general and the countries situated in the Congo River basin in particular are facing difficult times at the turn of this century The main plagues are poverty political

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Structureandgeologicalhistoryof theCongoBasin

go River and its tributaries were forming an hydrological basin in the form of a large cuve bowl with his central part systematically lower in altitude than its periphery This geographic approach was con¢rmed by E Dupont in1888 Dupont 1889 which ¢rst speci¢ed its geological signi¢cance Cornet 1894 de¢ned the Congo Basin as a

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The Forests of the Congo Basin

The Congo Basin Forest Partnership CBFP conservation activities focus on 11 landscapes outlined in white that were selected by more than 160 regional and international experts at a workshop in Libreville in April 2000 The landscapes were selected because

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Opportunities for Gravity and GNSS Surveying to Monitor

25 06 2021  Although the Congo River Basin is the world s second largest in size 3.7 million km 2 and its discharge of 40 600 m 3 s −1 is second only to the Amazon River we have a poor understanding of the spatiotemporal dynamics of the changes in its terrestrial water storage TWS 1 2 .TWS is a crucial component of global hydrological cycles and it is a vitally important resource to

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Largest Transboundary Ramsar Site in in the world

It is the second African Transboundary Ramsar Site and the largest yet established It covers over 129 000 square kilometres of some of the world s richest ecosystems including over 60 000 km 2 in each country The Congo Basin is one of the most important wetlands in Africa and one of the largest freshwater bodies in the world.

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Natural World Heritage in the Congo Basin

Congo Basin s forests The forests of Central Africa represent the world s second largest area of tropical rainforest after the Amazon and distinguish themselves by their outstanding biodiversity and high level of endemism ANPN Patrol on the Oua river

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Wildlife

Rivers such as the Congo and the Ouabangui have played critical roles in limiting the range of several species especially mammals Time has also contributed to this phenomenon Over millions of years dry and wet periods have alternated in the Congo River Basin leading to the containment of several species in very specific habitats with distinct climates.

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Establishing uncertainty ranges of hydrologic indices

Abstract Read online Study region The five drainage systems of the Congo River Basin in central Africa Study focus This study aims to establish uncertainty ranges of hydrologic indices and to provide a basis for transferring hydrologic indices from gauged to ungauged sub basins by identifying the most influential climate and physiographic attributes.

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Freshwater biodiversity in the Congo basin

04 07 2011  Although it is much too early to draw conclusions about the biodiversity in the Congo basin species numbers encountered ranged from around 30 40 species per sample in black water over around 60 in puddles to about 80 90 in the main river and include several undescribed species Image Scanning electron microscope photograph of a diatom species

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The Congo River Basin WWF contribution

Congo River Basin Strategic Action programme Long term goal sustainable development of CRB through the use of an in tegrated ecosystem approach to managing resources or IRBM Objective to strengthen capacities to address priority transboundary water related environmental issues

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The Congo River Facts and History

02 04 2015  Congo River Basin The drainage basin of the Congo River alone covers over a million square miles of area creating in part the second largest rainforest in the world Facing the Congo A Modern Day Journey into the Heart of Darkness Congo River History.

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Deforestation and forest degradation in the Congo Basin

3 State of the forest cover of the Congo Basin in 2010 ha 10 4 Evolution of the rate of deforestation in the Congo Basin 12 5 Evolution of the rate of forest degradation in the Congo Basin between 1990 and 2005 13 6 Carbon stocks by vegetation type in the Congo Basin 14 7 Distribution of carbon stocks by country 14 8.

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The Congo River Basin

The Congo River has the largest of Africa s river basins covering about 4 million km 2 from 09 15 0 Nto1328 0 S and 11 18 0 Eto3110 0 E It occupies almost all of

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Assessment of basin scale soil erosion within the Congo

01 07 2019  2.2 Climate One of the most interesting features of the basin is the presence of a large topographical depression in the centre extending over almost half of the basin Laraque et al 2009 Kadima et al 2011 which is popularly known as the Cuvette Centrale covers the sub basins of Ruki Middle Congo lower parts of the Sangha and the upper parts of Lomamai and Upper Congo.

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Fact and fiction Diverting water from the Congo to the

08 05 2014  Talk of diverting water from the Congo River to Egypt is pure fantasy shifting attention from less costly and more effective strategies for conserving Nile Basin water resources

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The Congo Rainforest

The Congo basin area encompasses the Congo River which is the worlds second largest river based on water volume The ranges also are separated by river gorges which are tributaries of the Congo River The largest Mount Foungouti at the southern end of this Congo Basin region rises to 930 metres.

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Congo

The mighty Congo is Africa s second longest river after the Nile in terms of flow it s second only to the Amazon.With a basin spanning most of the Democratic Republic of Congo and parts of six neighboring countries the river has been a vital lifeline for centuries forming with its tributaries a vast inland waterway that allows access to places still inaccessible by road.

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Catholics in Africa celebrate Congo Basin as the earth s

21 09 2021  The celebrations in an online conference focused on the work of the Ecclesial Network for the Congo River Basin REBAC a Catholic network that includes Cameroon Congo Republic of Congo

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Transboundary Water Management in the Congo River Basin

In the framework of the first phase AFC/BCE supported CICOS in setting up the Congo Basin Information System SIBCO as well as the internal information network in CICOS via project component 4 responsibility of AFC Creation of an Information Management System following the objective The coordination of the river basin management is being implemented according to common principles

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ESA

Congo River Basinbackground The Congo River is the largest river in Western Central Africa Its overall length of 4 374 kilometres makes it the second longest river in Africa The river and its tributaries flow through the second largest rainforest in the

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Satellite based estimates of surface water dynamics in the

In the Congo River Basin CRB due to the lack of contemporary in situ observations there is a limited understanding of the large scale variability of its present day hydrologic components and their link with climate In this context remote sensing observations provide a unique opportunity to better characterize those dynamics Analyzing the Global Inundation Extent Multi Satellite GIEMS

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Road expansion and persistence in forests of the Congo Basin

24 06 2019  Across the Congo Basin we found that total road networks increased in length by 61 since 2003 from 143 654 to 230 809 km Considering an average road width of 28 m 14 000 km 2 or 0.8 of Congo

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Mining In The Congo River Basin

Congo Basin Basin Africa Britannica Congo basin basin of the Congo River lying astride the Equator in westcentral Africa It is the worlds second largest river basin next to that of the Amaon comprising an area of more than 1.3 million square miles 3.4 million square km The vast drainage area of the Congo River includes Details

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Insects

Other Insects Bearded Black Millipde this species is found only n South Africa and can grow to be about 8 inches long Mosquito this species is found in any county around the world except Antarctica Pheidole this species belongs to the ant family Tsetse Fly these

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Egypt s Lost Dream of Linking Congo Nile Rivers

14 10 2013  In light of the government s hesitation the controversy in Egypt revolving around the possibility of linking the Nile River basin with that of the Congo River has become a major source of disappointment for the Egyptian people s hopes of achieving a dream that has haunted them for the past century namely the realization of water security for present and future generations.

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A combined use of in situ and satellite derived

The Congo River Basin CRB is the second largest river system in the world but its hydroclimatic characteristics remain relatively poorly known Here we jointly analyze a large record of in

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Congo River

06 03 2015  Congo RiverCongo River Photo by CIFOR The world s deepest river at 220 meters and flowing through ten countries the Congo River is a watercourse of massive proportions It is central Africa s greatest geographical feature snaking its way across the heart of the continent and draining the rainforests of the Congo Basin .

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