Recent Submissions

  • The Okavango River Basin Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis: reimagining the river

    Permanent Okavango River Basin Water Commission. Secretariat; Environmental Protection and Sustainable Management of the Okavango River Basin (EPSMO) (Permanent Okavango River Basin Water CommissionMaun, Botswana, 2010)
    OKACOM's Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis study used integrated flows analysis to develop scenarios for possible developments in the Okavango River Basin. (PDF contains 2 pages)
  • Relatório Anual de 2009 : Comissão Permanente das Águas da Bacia Hidrográfica do Rio Okavango

    Permanent Okavango River Basin Water Commission (OKACOM) (Comissão Permanente das Águas da Bacia Hidrográfica do Rio OkavangoMaun, Botswana, 2009)
    O relatório anual da OKACOM, publicado pela primeira vez, cobrindo o primeiro período do plano de trabalho financiado por Sida de três anos, a partir de 2007 até 2009, durante o qual a Secretaria foi criada. (PDF contains 32 pages)
  • The Permanent Okavango River Basin Water Commission annual report 2009

    Permanent Okavango River Basin Water Commission (OKACOM) (Permanent Okavango River Basin Water CommissionMaun, Botswana, 2009)
    First published annual report of OKACOM, covering first period of Sida-funded three year workplan from 2007 until 2009, during which the Secretariat was established. (PDF contains 32 pages)
  • Reconstruction 1989- 2005 inundation history in the Okavango Delta from archival Landsat TM imagery. Poster

    Wolski, Piotr; Murray-Hudson, Mike (University of Botswana Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research CentreMaun, Botswana, 2006)
  • Waters of the Okavango

    University of Botswana. Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (University of Botswana. Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research CentreMaun, Botswana, 2007)
    Okavango Delta is fed by water from the Okavango River and by local rainfall. Okavango River delivers on average 8780 Mm 3 (million cubic meters) of water per year. Local rainfall is on average 490 mm per year. Considering that the Okavango Delta covers 12000 km2, approximately 5900 Mm3 of water is delivered by rainfall. Together, these two sources provide 14700 Mm 3 per year. This is approximately a volume of a cube 2.5 km a side. (2 page document)