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 Prof. Dominic Mazvimavi

Position: Professor of Water & Environmental Science
Department: Department of Earth Science
Faculty: Faculty of Natural Science
Qualifications: BSc Honours (Univ of Zimbabwe), 1980,
MSc (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium), 1985,
PhD (Wageningen University & International Institute for Geo-information and Earth Observation, Netherlands), 2003.
Tel: 021 959 2871
Fax: 021 959 3118
Email: dmazvimavi@uwc.ac.za
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Biography

 Dominic Mazvimavi is a Professor of Water and Environmental Science in the Department of Earth Sciences, and Director of the Institute for Water Studies. Prof Mazvimavi obtained a PhD in Hydrology from the Wageningen University and the International Institute of Geo-information Science and Earth Observation in the Netherlands, MSc in Hydrology from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. Prof Mazvimavi has the following editorial appointments: (i) 2007 to present, Managing Guest Editor/Theme Editor for the Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, (ii) 2007 to present, Associate Editor of International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation , and (iii) from 2012, Associate Editor Hydrological Earth Systems Science Journal. Prof Mazvimavi has research interests on water resources planning and management, hydrological regionalization, effects of land-use change on runoff, and environmental flow assessment in South Africa and the SADC region. He has previously worked at the Okavango Research Institute of the University of Botswana (2005-2008), and Department of Geography and Environmental Science of the University of Zimbabwe (1987 – 2004).

Publications

Chapters Published in Books & Papers in Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Ntshidi, Z., Dzikiti, S., and Mazvimavi, D.: Water use dynamics of young and mature apple trees planted in South African orchards: a case study of the Golden Delicious and Cripps' Pink cultivars, Proc. IAHS, 378, 79-83, https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-378-79-2018, 2018.

 

Sirunda, J. and Mazvimavi, D. 2014. The effects of water transfer from Swakoppoort and Omatako Dams on the water quality of Von Bach Dam, Namibia. In Msangi, J.P. (Ed) Combating water scarcity in southern Africa. Case studies from Namibia. Springer Briefs in Environmental Science. Springer., pp 79-118. http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2F978-94-007-7097-3_5.pdf

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2013. Runoff predictions to help meet Millennium Development Goals in Zimbabwe. In Bloschl, G., Sivapalan, M., Wagener, T., Vigilone, A. and Savenije, H. (Eds), Run-off prediction in ungauged basins. Synthesis across processes, places and scales. Cambridge University Press.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2011. Climate change, water availability and supply. In Kotecha, P. (Ed), Climate Change, Adaptation and Higher Education: Securing our future. SARUA Leadership Dialogue Series, Vol. 2(4), pp 81-100.

 

Swatuk, L.. and Mazvimavi, D. 2010. Water and security in Africa. In Schnurr, M.A. and  Swatuk, L.A. (Eds) Critical Environmental Security: Rethinking the Links Between Natural Resources and Political Violence. New Issues in Security #5, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies Dalhousie, http://centreforforeignpolicystudies.dal.ca/pdf/newissueinsecurity5/chapter6.pdf 

 

Wolski, P., Ramberg, L., Magole, L. and Mazvimavi, D. 2009. Evolution of river basin management in the Okavango system, southern Africa. In Ferrier, R. and Jenkins, A. Handbook of catchment management, Wiley, pp 457-476.

 

Swatuk, L., Mazvimavi, D. and  Jembere, K.  2009. "Water Management for Human Security and Development in Africa" in Kesselman et al (eds) Natural Resource Governance and Human Security in Africa: Emerging Issues and Trends. Pax Africa, Pretoria.

 

Chimbari, M.,  Mazvimavi, D. Manase, G., Furu, P., Feilberg, M., Jensen, J.R.,  Ørnbjerg, N., Sørensen, A.M. and Madsen. P.V. 2009. Linkages between climate change, health, water and food security: What are the issues for Southern Africa? IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 6 412009 (1pp)   doi: 10.1088/1755-1307/6/41/412009

 

Magole, L., Mazvimavi, D. and Motsumi, S. 2008. Operationalizing IWRM within the Okavango Delta. Totolo, O (Ed) Proceedings of the The Second IASTED Africa Conference on Water Resource Management, 8-10 September, 2008 Gaborone Confrence, ACTA Press, pp 189 – 194.

 

Wolski, P., Murray-Hudson, M Mazvimavi, D. and Ringrose, S. 2008. Climate Change And Climate Variability Effects On The Okavango Delta, Botswana, And Their Consequences To Water Resources Management. Proceedings of the The Second IASTED Africa Conference on Water Resource Management ~AfricaWRM 2008, 8-10 September, 2008 Gaborone Conference, Totolo, O (Ed) Proceedings of the The Second IASTED Africa Conference on Water Resource Management, 8-10 September, 2008 Gaborone Confrence, ACTA Press, pp 140-145.

 

Mazvimavi, D. and Motshalapheko, R.M. 2008. Challenges for implementing a river basin management approach on an ephemeral river basin – the Boteti River, Botswana. In Manzungu, E. (Ed) Towards a New Water Creed: Reflections on IWRM, water governance and livelihoods in Southern Africa.Weaver Press.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2002 Watershed degradation and management in Environmental sustainability in water resources management. World Bank/Southern Africa Research and Documentation Centre/IUCN, Washington, Harare, Maseru. pp 179-203.

 

contributing author, 2000, World Commission on Dams Case Studies – Kariba Dam, Zambezi River, Zambia/Zimbabwe, in Dams and Development: A new framework for decision-making. The Report of the World Commission on Dams, Earthscan Publications, London.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 1999. Hydrological setting of lakes in Zimbabwe in Study Report for the Lake Environment Conservation in Developing Countries – Zimbabwe. International Lake and Environment Committee Foundation, pp 30-38.

 

Moyo, N.A.G., Mazvimavi, D., Mtetwa, S., Dube, B.N., Mahlanga, A.T., and Mhlanga, W., 1998. Water resources. In Chenje, M., Sola L., and Paleczny D, (eds), The state of Zimbabwe’s environment 1998. Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Ministry of Mines, Environment and Tourism, Harare, pp 213-268.

 

Mazvimavi, D., 1994. A review of the hydrology of dambos in Zimbabwe. In Matiza, T. and Crafter, S.A. (eds) Wetlands ecology and priorities for conservation in Zimbabwe. Proceedings of a Seminar on Wetlands ecology and priorities for conservation in Zimbabwe, Harare, 13-15 January, 1992. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Geneva,  pp 47 - 53.

 

 

Papers in Refereed Journals

Makurira, H., Mazvimavi, D., Kapangaziwiri, E., Kileshye Onema, J.-M., and Gumindoga, W.: 2018. Preface: Understanding spatio-temporal variability of water resources and the implications for IWRM in semi-arid eastern and southern Africa, Proc. IAHS, 378, 1-1, https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-378-1-2018.

 

Ntshidi, Z. ; Dzikiti, S. ; Mazvimavi, D. (2018), 'Quantifying the effects of canopy cover and cover crop species on water use partitioning in micro-sprinkler irrigated orchards in South Africa',  Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, 12(3), 1652

 

Moller, J., Jovanovic, N., Garcia, C.L., Bugan, R.D.H., Mazvimavi, D., 2017. Validation and downscaling of Advanced Scatterometer (ASCAT) soil moisture using ground measurements in the Western Cape (South Africa). South African Journal of Plant and Soil DOI: 10.1080/02571862.2017.1318962)

 

Kativhu, T., Mazvimavi, D., Tevera, D. and Nhapi, I., 2017. Factors influencing sustainability of communally-managed water facilities in rural areas of Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts, Vol  100, 247-257 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pce.2017.04.009

 

Dzikiti S., Ntshidi Z., Le Maitre DC., Bugan RDH., Mazvimavi D., Schachtschneider K., Jovanovic NZ., Pienaar H. 2017. Contrasting water use strategies of Prosopis spp invasions and the co-occurring indigenous Vachellia karroo trees: implications for groundwater recovery following alien plant removal in an arid catchment in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa. Forest Ecology and Management Vol.,  398, 153–163

 

Glock, M.G., Damons, M.E., Siwawa, S., Bocanegra, E.M., Nel, J.M., Mazvimavi, D. and Martinez, D.E. 2017, Stable isotope hydrology in fractured and detritic aquifers at both sides of the South Atlantic Ocean: Mar del Plata (Argentina) and the Rawsonville and Sandspruit river catchment areas (South Africa), Journal of South American Earth Sciences, Vol., 73, 119-129

 

Hilary McMillan, Alberto Montanari, Christophe Cudennec, Hubert Savenjie, Heidi Kreibich, Tobias Krüger, Junguo Liu, Alfonso Meija, Anne van Loon, Hafzullah Aksoy, Giuliano Di Baldassarre, Yan Huang, Dominc Mazvimavi, Magdalena Rogger, Sivakumar Bellie, Tatiana Bibikova, Attilio Castellarin, Yangbo Chen, David Finger, Alexander Gelfan, David Hannah, Arjen Hoekstra, Hongyi Li, Shreedhar Maskey, Thibault Mathevet, Ana Mijic, Adrián Pedrozo Acuña, María J. Polo, Victor Rosales, Paul Smith, Alberto Viglione, Veena Srinivasan, Elena Toth, Ronald van Nooyen & Jun Xia (2016): Panta Rhei 2013-2015: Global perspectives on hydrology, society and change, Hydrological Sciences Journal, DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2016.1159308.

 

D.A. Hughes, G. Jewitt, G. Mahé, D. Mazvimavi & S. Stisen, 2015. A review of aspects of hydrological sciences research in Africa over the last decade. Hydrological Sciences Journal. DOI:10.1080/02626667.2015.1072276

 

Makurira, H., Mapani, B., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M., Tapela, B.,. and Wepener, V. 2014. Implementing water science research to benefit all. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol. 67-69, 1-3.

 

Van Dam, A.A, Kipkemboi, J., Mazvimavi, D. and Irvine, K. 2014 A synthesis of past, current and future research for protection and management of papyrus (Cyperus papyrus L.) wetlands in Africa. Wetlands Ecology and Management Vol 22,(2), 99-114. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11273-013-9335-1

 

Makurira, H., Mapani, B., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M., Tapela, B.,. and Wepener, V. 2013. Putting science into practice. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol. 66, 1-3.

 

Makurira, H., Chaplot, V., Mapani, B., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M., Mulwafu, W. And Wepener, V. 2012. Harnessing the rivers of knowledge for socio-economic development, climate adaptation & environmental sustainability. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol. 50-52, 1-4

 

Mujere, N. and Mazvimavi, D. 2012. Impact of climate change on reservoir reliability. African Crop Sciences Journal, Vol. 20, 545-555.

 

Makurira, H., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M., Mulwafu, W., Senzanje, A., 2011. IWRM for national and regional integration through science, policy and practice. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol 36, 711-714.

 

Swatuk, L.A.,; Motsholapheko, M.R. and; Mazvimavi, D. 2011 A political ecology of development in the Boteti River Region of Botswana: locating a place for sport. Third World Quarterly, 32: 3, 453 — 475, DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2011.573941

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2010. Investigating changes over time of annual rainfall in Zimbabwe. Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences, Vol. 14, 1-9. www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/14/1/2010/

 

Mazvimavi, D., Mulwafu, W. and Nhapi, I. 2010. IWRM: Environmental sustainability, climate change and livelihoods. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol, 35(13-14), 561-564.

 

Mazvimavi, D. and Nhapi, I. 2009. Water and sustainable development for improved livelihoods. EDITORIAL. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol, 34, 704-710.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2008. Investigating possible changes of extreme annual rainfall in Zimbabwe. Hydrology and Earth Systems Science Discussion 5, 1–21.

 

Mazvimavi, D. Hoko, Z., Jonker, L., Nhapi, I., and Senzanje, A. 2008. Integrated Water Resources Management: From Concept to Practice EDITORIAL Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol. 33 609–613

 

Masamba, W.R.. and Mazvimavi, D. Impact on water quality of land uses along Thamalakane-Boteti River; an outlet of the Okavango Delta. Journal of the Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol. 33, 687-694.

 

Mazvimavi, D. Madamombe, E. and Makurira, H. 2007. Assessment of environmental flow requirements for river basin planning in Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Journal, Vol. 32,  995-1006

 

Mazvimavi, D. and Wolski, P. 2006. Long-term variations of annual flows of the Okavango and Zambezi Rivers.
 
Mazvimavi, D. and Mmopelwa, G. 2006. Access to water in gazetted and ungazetted rural settlements in Ngamiland, Botswana. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Journal, Vol. 31, 713-722.

 

Onemal, J.M.K, Mazvimavi, D., Love, D., and Mul, M. 2006. Effects of dams on flows of the Insiza River, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Journal, Vol. 31, 870-875.

 

Mazvimavi D., Burgers, S.L.G.E, and Stein, A. 2006. Identification of basin characteristics influencing spatial variation of river flows. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation , Vol. 8, 167-172.

 

Nhapi, I.,Holch, W., Mazvimavi, D., Mashauri, D.A., Jewitt, G., Mudege, N.,  Swatuk, L.A. and Beukman, R. 2005. Integrated water resources management (IWRM) and the millennium development goals: Managing water for peace and prosperity EDITORIAL Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Volume 30, Issues 11-16, 2005, Pages 623-624

 

Nhapi, I.,Holch, W., Mazvimavi, D., Mashauri, D.A., Jewitt, G., Mudege, N.,  Swatuk, L.A. and Beukman, R. 2005. Integrated water resources management (IWRM) and the millennium development goals: Managing water for peace and prosperity EDITORIAL Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Volume 30, Issues 11-16, 2005, Pages 623-624

 

Mazvimavi D., Meijerink, A.M.J., Savenije, H.H.G. and  Stein, A. 2005. Prediction of flow characteristics using multiple regression and neural networks: a case study in Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C  Volume 30, Issues 11-16 , pp 639-647

 

Mazvimavi, D., Meijerink, A.M.J. and  Stein, A. 2004. Prediction of base flows from basin characteristics: a case study from Zimbabwe. Hydrological Sciences Journal. Vol. 49, No. 4, pp 703-715.

 

Kusangaya, S., Manzungu, E., Mazvimavi, D. 2003. Analysis of land cover changes in the Odzi sub-catchment.  Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe, 2003, Vol. 33.

 

Loup, JFK, Refsgaard, J.C., and Mazvimavi, D., 1998. Assessing the effect of land use change on catchment runoff by combined use of statistical tests and hydrological modelling: Case studies from Zimbabwe, Journal of Hydrology, Vol 205, pp 147-163.

 

Mazvimavi, D., 1998. Water availability and utilization in Zimbabwe, Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe , Vol. 29, pp 23-36.

 

Mazvimavi, D., 1991. Application of an ARIMA model for monthly flow forecasting on the Zambezi River, Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe, Vol. 21, pp 18- 31

 

Mazvimavi, D., 1989. Analysis of annual rainfall in Zimbabwe for trends and periodicities, Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe., Vol 20, pp. 42-52

 

Mazvimavi, D. and Vandewiele, G.L., 1987. A two-level runoff model for semi-arid catchments in Zimbabwe, Journal of Water Supply, Vol 5, pp. 23-29.

 

 

Conference Presentations

Ntshidi, Z., Dzikiti, S. and Mazvimavi, D. 2017. Water use dynamics in South African apple orchards from planting to full bearing age: implications on evapotranspiration. Waternet/WARFSA/GWP SA 25-27 October 2017 Annual Symposium, Swakopmund, Namibia.

 

Ndara, N., Jovanovic. N.  and Mazvimavi, D. 2016. Analysis of monthly MOD16 evapotranspiration rates at sites with different climatic characteristics; Heuningnes and Letaba catchments in South Africa. Waternet/WARFSA/GWP SA 27-29 October 2016 Annual Symposium, Gaborone, Botswana.

 

Maswanganye, E., Grenfell, M. and Mazvimavi, D. 2016. A Comparison of remotely-sensed precipitation estimates with observed data from rain gauges in the Western Cape, South Africa. Waternet/WARFSA/GWP SA 27-29 October 2016 Annual Symposium, Gaborone, Botswana.

 

Mkunyana, Y., Dzikiti, S. Ntshidi, Z., Mazvimavi, D. 2016. Assessing the effects of clearing invasive Prosopis trees at a site where they compete with the indigenous Vachellia karoo: Using transpiration dynamics and cumulative groundwater levels as indicators. Waternet/WARFSA/GWP SA 27-29 October 2016 Annual Symposium, Gaborone, Botswana.

 

Kativhu, T., Mazvimavi, D., Nhapi, I. and Tevera, D. 2016. Factors influencing sustainability of communally-managed water facilities in rural areas of Zimbabwe. Waternet/WARFSA/GWP SA 27-29 October 2016 Annual Symposium, Gaborone, Botswana.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2015. Availability of water resources for irrigation in Zimbabwe. ICRISAT, McGill University  & Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development. 22-24 July 2015  Irrigation Development and Water Management for Food Security and Rural Livelihoods Improvement in a Changing Environment Workshop, Harare, Zimbabwe

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2015. (KEYNOTE ADDRESS) Challenges of Educating Hydrologists for the Global South; the Case of southern Africa. IUGG Union Lecture. 26th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics,  June 22 to July 2, 2015,Prague, the Czech Republic. Conference Theme: “Earth and Environmental Sciences for Future Generation

 

Magoba, B., Brown, C. and Mazvimavi, D. 2013. Influence of river flows on recruitment success of fynbos riparian vegetation along high gradient streams in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. Paper presented during the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA Symposium, 30 October – 1 November, 2013, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2012. (KEYNOTE ADDRESS). Improving hydrological prediction through the adoption of national and regional guidelines/standards in the SADC Region. IAHS-PUB (International Association of Hydrological Sciences- Prediction in Ungauged Basins) Conference in Delft, 23-25 October 2012

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2012 (INVITED Paper). Climate change effects on runoff in the semi-arid southern Africa. Paper presented during the Fourth IASTED African Conference on Water Resources Management, 3-5 September 2012, Gaborone, Botswana.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2012 (INVITED Paper) Integrated Water Resources Management along a Connected and Disconnected Boteti River System in Botswana.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2012. (INVITED PAPER) Case Study Title: Waternet – a regional network for building and strengthening human capacity for integrated water resources management in Southern Africa through education, research and training. Paper presented at the K*Conference Convened by the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health Hamilton, Ontario, April 24 – 27, 2012  Sheraton Hamilton Hotel

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2011. Striving for a Balanced Development on the Okavango River Basin. Paper presented at the ANU-UNESCO Chair in Water Economics & Transboundary Water Governance Workshop, 25- 26 November 2010 in Canberra, Australia

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2010. Variability of the Flows Thamalakane-Boteti River, Botswana. Paper presented during the February 2010 Flood Pulsed Conference, Maun, Botswana.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2009. Effect of Increasing Availability of Hydrological Data on Water Resources Planning Decisions: Okavango River Dams. Paper presented during the 10the WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA Symposium, 28-30 October 2009, Entebbe, Uganda.

 

Magole, L., Mazvimavi, D. and Motsumi, S. 2008. Operationalizing IWRM within the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Paper presented during the Second IASTED Africa Conference on Water Resources Management, 8-10 September 2008, Gaborone, Botswana.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2007. Natural water disasters – Is there a role for IWRM?  Paper presented at The SADC Multi-stakeholder Water Dialogue 16-18 May 2007 (Maputo, Mozambique) ‘Watering development in SADC: Beyond IWRM concepts and the converted.”

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2007. Floods and droughts disaster preparedness within the Zambezi River basin. Paper presented on 31 January 20076 during the International Training Programme on Integrated Water Resources Management for the Zambezi Riparian Countries, Siavonga, Zambia.

 

Masamba, W.R.L., Mazvimavi, D. and Neelo, J. 2006. Water quality and utilisation of an outlet of the Kavango Delta, Botswana: Thamalakane-Boteti Rivers. Paper to be presented at the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 1-3 November, 2006, Lilongwe Symposium, Malawi.

 

Matros-Goreses, A., May, H., Swatuk, L., and Mazvimavi, D. 2006. Defining stakeholder participation and representation in basin management approach: an analysis from Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. Paper presented at the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 1-3 November, 2006, Lilongwe Symposium, Malawi

 

Mazvimavi, D., Madamombe, E.K., and Makurira, H. 2006. A Rapid Estimation of Environmental Flow Requirements: Zimbabwe Case Study. Paper to be presented at the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 1-3 November, 2006, Lilongwe Symposium, Malawi.

 

Onema, J.K, Mazvimavi, D., Love, D., and Mul, M. 2006. Influence of human activities on the hydrology of the Insiza River, Limpopo Basin, Zimbabwe - Implications for catchment planning. Poster Paper presented at the World Water Week, August 2000, Stockholm.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2006. EITI and environmental management of mining in Southern Africa. Keynote address during the De Beers Dinner for Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Conference Delegates, Gabarone, Botswana.

 

Mazvimavi, D. and Mmopelwa, G. 2005. An analysis of benefits to rural households from an ephemeral river in a semi-arid environment: Case study of the Boteti River in Ngamiland, Botswana. Paper presented at the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 2-4 November, 2005 Symposium, Swaziland.

 

Mazvimavi, D. and Wolski, P. 2005. Detection of changes in inflows and outflows from the Okavango Delta. Paper presented at the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 2-4 November, 2005 Symposium, Swaziland.

Mujere, N. and Mazvimavi, D. 2005. Challenges affecting irrigated water supply at Nyanyadzi smallholder irrigation scheme in Zimbabwe. Paper presented at the  Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 2-4 November, 2005 Symposium, Swaziland.

 

Onema, J.K, Mazvimavi, D., Love, D., and Mul, M. 2005. Influence of human activities on the hydrology of the Insiza River, Limpopo Basin, Zimbabwe - Implications for catchment planning. Paper presented at the Waternet/WARFSA/GWP-SA 2-4 November, 2005 Symposium, Swaziland.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2005. Integrated flood management. 5 December 2005 Zambezi River Basin Stakeholders Conference, Gaborone Conference Centre, Gaborone, Botswana

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2004. Water and irrigation resources: needs and strategies. Paper presented at the July 2004 National Stakeholders Dialogue Programme on Land and Agrarian Reform Workshop organized by the African Institute for Agrarian Studies,  Sheraton Hotel, Harare

 

Mazvimavi, D., 2003. EIA practice in Zimbabwe. Dept of Geography & Environmental Science and ITC Netherlands 23 January 2003 Regional Workshop on Environmental Planning and Management in Southern Africa, Bronte Hotel, Harare

 

Mazvimavi, D. 1999. The geographical and hydrological background of Zimbabwean freshwater resources. 24-25 February 1999 International Lake Environment Workshop on Sustainable Management of the Lakes in Zimbabwe, Holiday Inn, Harare.

 

Mazvimavi, D. 2003. Water and disasters. Zimbabwe National Water Authority and Dept of Water Development Zimbabwe 21 March 2003 World Water Workshop on Water and Disasters, Holiday Inn, Harare​​

 

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