International Journal of
Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Water Res. Environ. Eng.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6613
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJWREE
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 347

Table of Content: October 2013; 5(10)

October 2013

Climate smart water conservation management technologies

  Water resources of country constitute one of its vital assets. Water sustains aquatic biodiversity, economic development and ecological integrity of environment. Water is a powerful indicator of ecological sustainability and economic prosperity. The country receives average annual rainfall of 4000 billion cubic meters (BCM). The rainfall of India show highest spatial and temporal variation of about 100 mm...

Author(s): Mukesh Kumar, G. T. Patle, Manoj Khanna and J.C.Dagar

October 2013

Regional approach for the estimation of extreme daily precipitation on North-east area of Algeria

  Information on precipitation values ​​and their frequencies is needed in various projects related to water.In this study, the regional frequency analysis based on L-moments was used to estimate the annual maximum daily precipitation quantiles at any site in an area located in the north east of Algeria. The investigated...

Author(s): Tamara Benabdesselam and Hocine Amarchi

October 2013

Spatial and temporal variations of river water quality: A case study of River Kabini at Nanjangud in Karnataka

Water pollution is alarming all over the globe and necessitates better understanding of spatial and temporal variations of pollutants in the rivers. In this study, the data sets of 8 water quality monitoring stations in River Kabini at Nanjangud which comprised of 10 water quality parameters monitored monthly over 12 years (2000-2011) are used. Temporal variation of the physico-chemical parameters in each station is...

Author(s): Sudevi Basu and K S. Lokesh

October 2013

Geochemical investigation of geothermal power potential exploration of hot springs in South-western Tanzania

  Geochemical investigation of the power potential of Songwe geothermal prospect in south-western Tanzania within the East African Rift Valley was carried out. The thermal geochemistry was studied by collecting and analysing samples from 14 hotsprings. The maximum discharge of thermal water occurs at the northern part of the prospect, at the bottom of a travertine cliff, 35 km above River Songwe level, at a...

Author(s): Lightness J. Mnzava and Aloyce W. Mayo