2 edition of In search of a new management regime on the northern shores of Lake Kariba found in the catalog.
In search of a new management regime on the northern shores of Lake Kariba
by Centre for Applied Social Sciences, University of Zimbabwe in Mount Pleasant, Harare
Written in English
|Statement||by Isaac Malasha.|
|Series||CASS occasional paper series - NRM, CASS occasional paper - NRM.|
|LC Classifications||SH315.Z28 M35 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31, vi leaves :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||96981117|
Lake Kariba, lake in central Africa, between Zambia and was formed by damming the Zambezi River in the Kariba Gorge, where the river narrows between hills of hard rock miles ( km) below Victoria Falls. After the hydroelectric facilities of the Kariba Dam served the towns of Zambia, the Harare (formerly Salisbury) and Bulawayo areas, and the southern part of Zimbabwe. Design/methodology/approach – The case study area is Lake Kariba and Kariba Dam wall located in the mid‐Zambezi river basin. The data and information for the case study is from ZRAs own records.
History of the Building of Lake Kariba. The dam was an initiative of the Federation existing at the time between British ruled Northern and Southern Rhodesia (now Zambia and Zimbabwe) and Nyasaland (Malawi). To dam the great Zambezi floodplain was in many ways a hopeful leap into the future. Vast areas of forest and scrub would be inundated. When Lake Kariba was formed in the area began to support a booming fishing industry in both Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Tanganyika sardine, otherwise known as the ‘Kapenta’, was a major source of food for people around the lake, and still is today. This species also happens to be a favourite food for the Read More.
The dam wall of Lake Kariba is located at the former Kriwa (Kariba) gorge, it is the largest man-made dam wall in the world, standing m ( ft) tall and m (1, ft) long. It is a concrete double curvature arch dam, of mass concrete construction reinforced around the spillway gates. One of the delights of Kariba is the profusion of game which is so easily enjoyed. The Zimbabwe side of the lake has about 1 kilometres of shoreline, baked African fjords with placid backwaters and numerous islands. Often elephants can be seen swimming between the shore and islands, a sight perhaps unique to Lake Kariba.
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In search of a New Management Regime on the Northern Shores of Lake Kariba: en: : Series paper (non-IDS) en: : University of Zimbabwe (UZ). en Cited by: 4. A CASS Occasional Paper on the fishery industry in Zambian side of the Lake Kariba fishery has been characterised by a near 'open access' regime.
Fishers have set-up settlements anywhere on the fishery and in most cases did not observe fishing regulations in : Isaac. Malasha. The Zambian side of the Lake Kariba fishery has been characterised by a near 'open access' regime. Fishers have set-up settlements anywhere on the fishery and in most cases did not observe fishing regulations in force.
Policies are now being implemented to make fishing communities become part of the decision-making processes on the : Isaac. Malasha. Malasha, L () In search of a new management regime on the northern shores of Lake Kariba.
CASS Occasional Paper, University of Zimbabwe. Pomeroy, C. () Obstacles to institutional development in the fishery of Lake Capala, Mexico. Pp–42 in Dyer, C Hanna S. () The Economics of Co-Management. In: Wilson D.C., Nielsen J.R Cited by: Fisheries co-management: a comparative analysis Norway, May 2 Malasha, 'In search of a New Manage- ment Regime on the Northern Shores of Lake Kariba', CASS Occasional Paper, University of Zimbabwe, 21S J Donda, Fisheries Co-management in Malawi, presented at the Workshop on Fisheries Co-management, Hirtshals, Denmark, 29 Cited by: Nile crocodiles and hippopotamuses thrive in the lake.
Kariba’s fertile shores and a perennial supply of freshwater also attract a wealth of game animals - including elephant, buffalo, lion, cheetah and antelope. The lake is a haven for birdlife, most of which is.
fishers. Government is in a process of introducing co-management within the fishery. The paper gives an account of the experiences, problems and progress towards co-management.
Introduction The water of Lake Kariba and many islands on the Zimbabwe side have the status of recreational parks under Section 32 of the Parks and Wildlife Act (No. 14/75). New policies are now being implemented to make the artisanal sector and other stake-holders on the lake become part of the decision-making process.
It is envisaged that under the new regime of co-management, stake-holders will be able to participate in decision making on issues that directly, affect their operations on the lake.
Lake Kariba is the world's largest man-made lake and reservoir by volume. It lies 1, kilometres ( mi) upstream from the Indian Ocean, along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Lake Kariba was filled between and following the completion of the Kariba Dam at its northeastern end, flooding the Kariba Gorge on the Zambezi e depth: 29 m (95 ft).
Accommodation around Lake Kariba One of the largest man- made dams in Africa, Kariba is usually referred to as a lake because of its vastness and scenic beauty.
It offers a great, easy to access destination for relaxing getaways, excellent fishing, fantastic sunsets, and a variety of water sports. The Kariba Dam supplies 1, megawatts (2, hp) of electricity to parts of both Zambia (the Copperbelt) and Zimbabwe and generates 6, gigawatt-hours (23, TJ) per annum.
Each country has its own power station on the north and south bank of the dam uction cost: US$ million. Flying above Lake Kariba.
Летаем на коптере над озером Кариба в Замбии. Вид на острова с высоты. maintaining the Kariba Complex ("Kariba Complex means: the Kariba Dam and reservoir, all telemetering stations relating to the Kariba Dam, any other installations owned by the Authority"). The ZRA have initiated the Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project, which is required to rehabilitate theFile Size: KB.
A gentle breeze from the water cools the hot day and a fish eagle calls every now and again as I look out over the blue expanse of Lake Kariba. The water gently laps the shore and I drink in the peace and quiet, sitting here at Musumu Lodge campsite near Binga. We decided to give Hwange a miss and rather explore the southern shores of Lake Kariba.
Lake Kariba is the result of a massive damming project undertaken in to flood an area of the Zambezi Valley in order to create a hydroelectric power plant for Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Many hundreds of local people were displaced in order to flood the valley, and many animals were relocated in the months before the floodgates finally opened.
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resources that can help make Kariba rival the very best of the world’s favourite tourist destinations. Situated as it is-in a scenic National Parks & Wildlife area and on the shores of Lake Kariba-the town presents a unique experience-possibly worldwide-where wild animals roam without frontiers and people and animals co-exist.
Lake Kariba generally has hot summers averaging 38 degrees Celsius and an average rainfall of millimetres. The winters are usually warm with average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius.
Flora and Fauna. Adapting to the initial flooding and annual fluctuation has caused several changes in the local animal population around the shores of the lake.
Lake Kariba Inns, kariba Siavonga. 19, likes 68 talking about this 25, were here. Lake Kariba Inns - Official Page Hotel on the shore of Lake Kariba/5().
Situated on the south bank of the Zambezi River and built on the twin hills of Botererkwa overlooking Kariba Gorge and Lake Kariba (one of the world’s largest man-made lakes), the town was established in by the Federal Power Board to accommodate Kariba Dam’s. mm in the northern part of main basin, to about mm in the Middle Zambezi Valley.
The water conductivity ranges between µS/cm, depending on the ﬂ ood regime. The main human activity in this same area is subsistence agriculture and livestock tending.
While Lake Kariba was being built, these ﬂ ood plains wereFile Size: KB.The Lake and Pond Management Guidebook is the successor to the bestselling Lake Smarts: The First Lake Maintenance Handbook, the "bible" for small-scale lake and pond improvements, published by the Terrene Institute in Cited by: The Kariba dam (figure 9), lies along the Zambezi River and travels through Zimbabwe and Zambia in Southern Africa.
It was constructed in and created the Kariba lake behind it which gained the position of the 3 rd largest artificial lake in the world () because it can hold billion cubic meters of water (Tumbare, ).