Project Brief: A first step toward integrated management: Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis of the shared Tuli Karoo System, Limpopo River Basin

The Tuli Karoo Aquifer Area — as well as the broader surface water system that encompasses the aquifer — is shared among Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe, and forms part of the Limpopo River Basin. There has been very little investigation into the Tuli Karoo aquifer or the associated surface…

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Improving irrigation water and nutrient efficiency in the Tuli Karoo through virtual learning: a “new normal”?

In the dry and arid climate of the Tuli Karoo System, located at the confluence of Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe, irrigated agriculture can bridge dry spells and droughts, boost climate change adaptation for increased food production. Limited water resources call for more efficient irrigation water use, to stretch limited…

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Tuli Karoo featured on AGRILINKS!

We are pleased to highlight and share two articles on the activities in the Tuli Karoo that are featured on the AGRILINKS platform. To read more on this content, please follow the links below. Achieving Sustainable Resource Use by Measuring What You Manage: Groundwater Monitoring in the Shared Tuli Karoo Aquifer…

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Malawi and Mozambique deliberate on the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis of the Shire River Aquifer System

Participants drawn mostly from government departments of Malawi and Mozambique converged at the Lotus Serendib Hotel in Blantyre for a two-day workshop hosted by the Southern African Development Community – Groundwater Management Institute SADC GMI and IWMI with the aim of presenting the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) of the Shire…

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