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Part of the Monographiae Biologicae book series volume The book discusses the Nile basin from a holistic point of view, giving due attention to its geological history, hydrology, climate, and the full diversity of subsystems like lakes and swamps. It discusses at length the biota of the basin, and derives general conclusions on the biodiversity of the plants and animals that inhabit it. It also examines the effects of human interventions, mainly dam building, but also pollution and eutrophication.
It ends with several contributions on the natural resource value of water, and the constraints this imposes on the policies of the riparian states. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.
Front Matter Pages i-xiv. Pages The Nile: History of Scientific Research. Cenozoic Evolution of the Nile Basin. Michael R. Talbot, Martin A. Late Quaternary Environments in the Nile Basin. Martin A. Williams, Michael R. The Nile Delta. The Fayum Depression and Its Lakes. Lake Nasser—Nubia. The Toshka Lakes. Lake Tana: Source of the Blue Nile. Jacobus Vijverberg, Ferdinand A. Sibbing, Eshete Dejen. Swamps of the Upper White Nile. The Kyoga Catchment.
Lake Victoria. Nilotic Lakes of the Western Rift. Lake Turkana and Its Link to the Nile. Nile Basin Climates. The Hydrology of the Nile Basin. Physical and Chemical Water Characteristics. Bacteria and Viruses in the Nile. Phytoplankton: Composition, Development and Productivity. Jack F. Talling, Faisal Sinada, Ola E. Taha, Emad M. Hydrophytes of the Nile in Egypt. Aquatic Plants of the Sudan. The Cnidaria of the Nile Basin.
The Oligochaeta of the Nile Basin Revisited. The Nile Benthos. Gamal M. El-Shabrawy, Mohamed R. Fish Fauna of the Nile. Frans Witte, Martien J. Birds of the Nile. Fisheries in the Nile System. Mkumbo, Asim I. El-Moghraby, Ferdinand A. Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction The book discusses the Nile basin from a holistic point of view, giving due attention to its geological history, hydrology, climate, and the full diversity of subsystems like lakes and swamps.