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Land and water resources survey in the Jebel Marra area: theSudan
Food and Agriculture Organization.
One book (ix,70p.) and 3 fold. col. maps in box. Book also available separately at 40/-.
|Statement||(report prepared for the Government of the Sudan by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations acting as executing agency for the United Nations Development Programme).|
|Series||FAO/SF: 48/Sud - 17|
|Contributions||Sudan. Government., United Nations. Development Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria.  FAO, Land and water resources survey of the Jebel Marra area. Republic of Sudan. Palaeogeograph y, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 17(): Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands QUATERNARY PLANT FOSSILS FROM THE JEBEL MARRA VOLCANIC COMPLEX AND THEIR PALAEOCLIMATIC INTERPRETATION G. E. WICKENS Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (Great Britain) (Received ; accepted for Cited by:
The Fur, largely peasant farmers, occupy the central belt of the region, including the Jebel Marra massif, the richest and most stable area in terms of soil fertility and water resources. to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities remains inadequate. Per capita water consumption is litres per person per day in most parts of Western Jebel Marra, and an estimated 50% of the population collects water from unprotected Size: KB.
Study Area The Jebel Marra Rural Development Project was a major program of rural development in Jebel Marra, Zalingei and Wadi Salih Districts (CDSM, ). The administrative attachment of the project has undergone numerous shifts since its start in the s, formerly having been part of South Darfur Province and West. THE CULTIVATION-CATTLE COMPLEX IN WESTERN DARFUR The alluvial soils (which are partly of volcanic origin from the Jebel Marra) of these valleys support a climax vegetation of Acacia albida, which has the unusual property of flowering and fruiting in Cited by: 4.
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Land and water resources survey in the Jebel Marra area: The Sudan; final report; Paperback – January 1, by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Author)Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
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Land and Water Resources Survey in the Jebel Marra Area, The Sudan. (+ maps) Publisher: Rome.: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Publication year: Notes: Library holding:SD show all notes.
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Land and Water Resources Survey of the Jebel Marra Area. Republic of the Sudan. Reconnaissance and Semi-Detailed Soil Survey. LA:SF/SUD Author(s) White, L.P. Publisher: Rome.: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Publication year: Notes: Library holding:SD show all notes.
This study attempts to relate vegetation distribution to land use history in Jebel Marra, the Democratic Republic of the Sudan.
There are evidences that most,if not all, of the woody vegetation communities in Jebel Marra have been derived from some more complex types by continuous disturbance ssince antiquity. Here past and contemporary land use types are described and Cited by: 3.
Marra Project to survey the land and water resources of J. Marra region has attracted a number of people to the area. The majority of the population is Fur. The Fur are generally skilled farmers, and. are naturally adaptable to small scale agricultural development in their land. The few Arabs living in the area are either Baggara nomads or.
Jebel Marra has some high-altitude grassland while the alluvial valleys of the Wadi 'Azum system in Western Darfur are dominated by the wet-season deciduous Acacia albida. Three integrated surveys covering more than 75 per cent ofthe land area ofthe province have been carried out over a six-year period, from late to the end of.
Land and Water Survey in the Jebel Marra Area. Year: Publisher: Republic of Sudan and the United Nations Development Programme Special Fund. Language: En: Coordinates: N13°30 - N12°0 E22°30 - E24° Scale: Keywords: Geology.
This manual of Best Management Practices (BMP’s) has been developed to aid in managing forest lands by identifying practices that will protect forest resources, soil and water resources, water.
Jebel Marra Project Area. Darfur Province, Republic of Sudan. Present Land Use Map. Map No. Author: Land and Water Survey in the Jebel Marra Area. Year: Publisher: Republic of Sudan and the United Nations Development Programme Special Fund.
Language: En: Coordinates: N13°30 - N12°0 E22°30 - E24° Scale: Keywords: Land use. UNICEF Annual Report Sudan (the) Executive Summary Sudan continued to face acute and protracted crises inwith million people internally displaced, including some million children.
In Darfur, fighting between government forces and armed movements continued, and intensified in the Jebel Marra. The consequences of deforestation in a mountainous region were investigated in the Jebel Marra Mountains of Sudan.
Since the area has been under continuous settlement for almost years, tree cover has been removed from all but the most inaccessible ravines and only a few of the original climax trees (Acacia albida) can be found. The lower valleys are used extensively for irrigated Author: H.
Mensching. of Water Resources J.I. The existing water resources network sys-tems in the Sudan comprise the following: •• (a) The hydrological network of the River. Nile and its tributaries. (b) The hydrological network of the non• nilotic major rivers in the Country, namely Gash, Baraka and Jebel Marra.
Sea and the Jebel Marra area in Darfur) Nile. of the Sudan’s food supply. Impacts of climate change • Sudan ismpacted i by climate change due to the low social and economic development and low adaptive capacity constraints. Baja grazing land field survey Darfur forms a vast plain, between 1, and 3, feet above sea level, dominated by the Jebel Marra range of mountains in the west.
These run south to the volcanic crater of Jebel Marra itself which is 10, feet (3, m) high. This range forms the watershed between the Nile basin and the system draining towards Lake Chad.
Jebel Marra The Potentials for Resources and Rural Development in Darfur National library Sudan  FAO Land and water resources survey in the Sudan Jebel Marra investigation report.
The Sudan: Land and Water Resources Survey in the Jebel Marra Area by FAO (p. Analysis - The number of displaced people from the Jebel Marra area in the Sortony internally displaced persons (IDP) site in North Darfur is currently being reviewed by humanitarian agencies, as.
The cultivable area is estimated at about million ha (42 percent of the total land area), while in the cultivated land was million ha (7 percent of the total land area and 16 percent of the cultivable area), comprising million ha arable land and million ha under permanent crops (Table 1).File Size: KB.
Land and water resources in the Jebel Marra area. Final report (FAO SF/SUD 17). Rome, FAO. FAO. Soil and water resources survey of Sokoto Valley, Nigeria. Final report AGL-UNDP/SF 67/NIR/3. Vol. 5, soil survey and land classification, part 1 of 3, p. 33– Rome, FAO. FAO. 2-State of Natural Resources.
Sudan is endowed with rich and varied natural resources both renewable and unrenewable, for its largeness and diverse physical elements, being reflected by its geological formations, climatic variance, ecological zones, and abundant water sources, of which the Nile and its tributaries constitute a major feature.
The effect of a forest reserve establishment on the natural forest ecosystem recovery and on the protection of valuable indigenous woody species in Jebel Marra, the Democratic Republic of the Sudan, is described. The following hypothesis is formulated: The vegetation of the southwestern slopes of Jebel Marra, when protected from periodic disturbance, may recover to almost fully regenerated Cited by: 9.