Green water management

 

Gebremicael, T., Y.A Mohamed, P. van der Zaag and E.Y Hagos, 2017. Quantifying longitudinal land use change from land degradation to rehabilitation in the headwaters of Tekeze-Atbara Basin, Ethiopia. Science of the Total Environment [doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.10.034]

Smit, H., R.M. Kassa, R. Ahlers and P. van der Zaag, 2017. The political morphology of drainage — How gully formation links to State formation in the Choke Mountains of Ethiopia. World Development 98, 231-244 [doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.04.031] [OPEN ACCESS]

Gebremicael, T., Y. Mohamed, P. van der Zaag, and E. Hagos, 2017. Temporal and spatial changes of rainfall and streamflow in the Upper Tekeze–Atbara River Basin, Ethiopia. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21, 2127–2142 [doi:10.5194/hess-21-2127-2017] [OPEN ACCESS]

Yalew, S.G., A. van Griensven and P. van der Zaag, 2016. AgriSuit: a web-based GIS-MCDA framework for agricultural land suitability assessment. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 128: 1-8 [doi:10.1016/j.compag.2016.08.008]

Yalew, S.G., M.L. Mul, A. van Griensven, E. Teferi, J. Priess, C. Schweitzer and P. van der Zaag, 2016. Land-use change modelling in the Upper Blue Nile Basin. Environments 3(3), 21 [doi:10.3390/environments3030021] [OPEN ACCESS]

Yalew, S.G., A van Griensven, M.L. Mul, P. van der Zaag, 2016. Land suitability analysis for agriculture in the Abbay basin using remote sensing, GIS and AHP techniques. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment 2(2), 1-4 [doi:10.1007/s40808-016-0167-x]

Tesfaye, A., R. Brouwer, P. van der Zaag and W. Negatu, 2016. Assessing the costs and benefits of improved land management practices in three watershed areas in Ethiopia. International Soil and Water Conservation Research 4, 20-29 [doi:10.1016/j.iswcr.2016.01.003]

Van Eekelen, M.W., W.G.M. Bastiaanssen, C. Jarmain, B. Jackson, F. Fereira, P. van der Zaag, A. Saraiva Okello, J. Bosch, P. Dyeh, E. Bastidas-Obando, R.J.J. Dost, W.M.J. Luxemburg, 2015. A novel approach to estimate direct and indirect water withdrawals from satellite measurements: A case study from the Incomati basin. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 200: 126–142 [doi:10.1016/j.agee.2014.10.023]

Kiptala, J.K., Y. Mohamed, M.L. Mul, P. Van der Zaag, 2014. Mapping evapotranspiration trends using MODIS and SEBAL model in a data scarce and heterogeneous landscape in Eastern Africa. Water Resources Research 49, 8495–8510 [doi: 10.1002/2013WR014240]

Tesfaye, A, W. Negatu, R. Brouwer and P. van der Zaag, 2014. Understanding soil conservation decision by farmers in the Gedeb watershed, Ethiopia. Land Degradation and Development 25(1), 71-79 [doi: 10.1002/ldr.2187]

Pandey P.K., Van der Zaag P., Soupir M.L., Singh V.P., 2013. A new model for simulating supplemental irrigation and the hydro-economic potential of a rainwater harvesting system in humid subtropical climates. Water Resour Manage 27: 3145–3164 [doi:10.1007/s11269-013-0340-1]

Gebremicael, T.G., Y.A. Mohamed, G.D. Betrie, P. van der Zaag, E. Teferi, 2013. Trend analysis of runoff and sediment fluxes of in the Upper Blue Nile Basin: a combined analysis of statistical, physically-based model, and landuse maps. Journal of Hydrology 482: 57-68 [doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.12.023]

Temesgen, M., S. Uhlenbrook, B. Simane, P. van der Zaag, Y. Mohamed, J. Wenninger and H.H.G. Savenije, 2012. Impacts of conservation tillage on the hydrological and agronomic performance of Fanya juus in the upper Blue Nile (Abbay) river basin. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 16, 4725-4735 [doi:10.5194/hess-16-4725-2012] [OPEN ACCESS]

Vishnudas, S., H.H.G. Savenije and P. van der Zaag, 2012. Watershed development practices for ecorestoration in a tribal area – A case study in Attappady hills, South India. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 47-48: 58-63 [doi:10.1016/j.pce.2012.04.001].

Vishnudas, S., H.H.G. Savenije, P. van der Zaag and K.R. Anil, 2012. Coir geotextile for slope stabilization and cultivation – A case study in a highland region of Kerala, South India. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 47-48: 135-138 [doi:10.1016/j.pce.2012.05.002].

Bossio, D., G. Jewitt and P. van der Zaag, 2011. Editorial – Smallholder system innovation for integrated watershed management in Sub-Saharan Africa. Agricultural Water Management 98 (11): 1683-1686 [doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2011.07.006]

Van der Zaag, P., 2010. Viewpoint – Water variability, soil nutrient heterogeneity and market volatility – Why sub-Saharan Africa’s Green Revolution will be location-specific and knowledge-intensive. Water Alternatives 3(1): 154-160. [http://www.water-alternatives.org/index.php/alldoc/articles/vol3/v3issue1/76-a3-1-9] [OPEN ACCESS]

Vishnudas, S., H.H.G. Savenije, P. van der Zaag, C.E. Ajith Kumar and K.R. Anil, 2008. Sustainability analysis of two participatory watershed projects in Kerala. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 33: 1-12 [doi:10.1016/j.pce.2007.04.004]

Vishnudas, S., H.H.G. Savenije, P. van der Zaag, K.R. Anil and K. Balan, 2008. Participatory research using coir geotextiles in watershed management – A case study in south India. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 33: 41-47 [doi:10.1016/j.pce.2007.04.016]

Vishnudas, S., H.H.G. Savenije, P. van der Zaag, K.R. Anil and K. Balan, 2006. The protective and attractive covering of a vegetated embankment using coir geotextiles. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 10: 565-574. [doi:10.5194/hess-10-565-2006] [OPEN ACCESS]

Van der Zaag, P., 2003, The bench terrace between invention and intervention. In: A. Bolding, J. Mutimba and P. van der Zaag (eds.), Agricultural intervention in Zimbabwe; new perspectives on extension. University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare; pp. 184-205

Hwange waterhole, Zimbabwe (photo: Jochem van der Zaag)

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