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Dr M J Tumbare

Senior Lecturer

Dr M J Tumbare

PhD. (Engineering Technology) - St. Georges University UK, MBA- Strathclyde University- UK, Postgraduate Diploma (Hydrology) - University of Padua - Italy, BSc (Eng) Hons Civil - University of Rhodesia.

Specialization

Hydrology, Water Resources Development and Management

 

Books

  1. Tumbare M. J., et al, 1997, “Kariba Dam’s Operation Noah Re-launched”, Mambo Press, Gweru.
  2. Tumbare M. J., 2000, “Management of River Basins and Dams: The Zambezi River Basin”, A. A. Balkema Publishers ISBN: 905410490 2/ISBN: 905809 338 7 soft bound edition.
  3. Tumbare M. J., 2010, "The Management of the Zambezi River Basin and Kariba Dam", Bookworld Publishers, ISBN: 9789982240536.
  4. Makhanya S., Tumbare M. J., Makurira H., 2012, "Floods and Droughts in the Middle Zambezi River Basin", LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 9783659244803.

 

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  1. Tumbare M.J. & Tsokodayi C.M., 1995, “Developments in the Zambezi River Basin”, In Reservoirs in River Basin Development, Santbergen & Van Westen (eds.), A. A. Balkema, ISBN: 9054105607, Vol. 1 pp. 37-48.
  2. Tumbare M.J. & Tsokodayi C.M., 1996, “Hydroelectric Development Schemes on the Zambezi River - the Batoka Case”, In Dam Safety Evaluation, Varma & Rao (eds.), Oxford & IBH Publishers, ISBN: 8120411218, Vol. 2 pp. 973-984.
  3. Tumbare M.J. & Mukosa C.F.G., 1996, “The Zambezi River Basin - A Case Study”, In Conflicts in Reservoir Developments, Rao K. V. (ed.), City University, London, ISBN: 095289970, pp. 105-111.
  4. Tumbare M.J. & Sakala W.K., 1997, “Seismic Activities around Lake Kariba”, Journal of American Society of Engineers, ISBN: 0784402663, pp. 2169-2178.
  5. Tumbare M. J., 2002, “Co-operation in the Zambezi River Basin”, In Co-operation on trans-boundary rivers, Baz Al I., Hartje V. & Scheumann W. (eds.), , Baden-Baden, ISBN: 3-7890-7742-9, pp. 101-112.
  6. Tumbare M. J., 2008, “Infrastructure Management in a changing environment: The Case of Kariba Dam”, In Towards Climate Change Adaptation – Building Adaptive Capacity in Managing African Transboundary River Basins, Petermann T., (ed.) 2008, , InWent, Zschortau, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-939394-28-0 pp. 141 – 156.
  7. Tumbare M. J., 2015, “Water Resources”, In Zambezi Environment Outlook 2015, ZAMCOM/SADC/SARDC, Harare & Gaborone. ISBN: 978-0-7974-6697-5, Chapter 2 pp. 25 – 68

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Papers

  1. Tumbare M. J., 1997, “Commercial Activities on Lake Kariba,” Zimbabwe Engineer, Volume 62 No 5, pp. 9-11.
  2. Tumbare M. J., 1998, “Valuation of Kariba Dam,” Zimbabwe Engineer, Volume 63 No 3, pp. 6-7.
  3. Tumbare M. J., 1998, “The Zimbabwe Water Bill,” Zimbabwe Engineer Volume 63 No 6, pp. 8-13.
  4. Tumbare M. J., 1999, “Equitable Sharing of the Water Resources of the Zambezi River Basin,” Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Journal, Volume 24 No 6, pp. 571-578.
  5. Tumbare M.J., 2000 “Tremors Associated with Lake Kariba”, Zimbabwe Engineer, Volume 65 No 2, pp. 7-9.
  6. Tumbare M. J., 2005, “Management of Shared Watercourses in southern Africa”, Water Management Journal 158 Issue WM4, Institution of Civil Engineers, London, pp. 151-156.
  7. Tumbare M. J., 2008, "Managing Lake Kariba sustainably: threats and challenges", Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, Vol. 19 No. 6, pp. 731-739.
  8. Tumbare M. J., 2009, "Effects of Climate Change on Lake Kariba", Black Lechwe Vol. 16, Issue 2, Journal of the Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia, pp. 10-13.
  9. Tumbare M. J., 2013, "Sedimentation of small and medium sized dams: discussion issues", Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Emerald Publishing, Volume 11 Number 2, ISSN1726-0531, pp. 112-128.
  10. Chisadza B., Tumbare M. J., Nhapi I., Nyabeze W. "Useful traditional knowledge indicators for drought forecasting in the Mzingwane Catchment area of Zimbabwe", Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, Emerald Publishing, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 312-325.
  11. Tumbare M. J., 2013, "Implementing Zimbabwean Projects in the Zambezi Valley", Journal of Science, Engineering & Technology, Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, Volume 1 Number 2, ISSN-2306-5893, pp. 7-18.
  12. Chisadza B., Tumbare M. J., Nhapi I., Nyabeze W. "Validation of Local Knowledge Drought Forecasting Systems in the Limpopo River Basin in Southern Africa" Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, Emerald Publishing, Volume 23, Issue 5, pp. 551-566.
  13. Chimtengo M., Ngongondo C., Tumbare M. J., Monjerezi M., 2014, “Analysing changes in water availability to assess environmental water requirements in the Riviriri River Basin, Southern Malawi”, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 67-69, pp. 202-213,
  14. Makurira H., Tumbare M. J., “Water Insecurity in Zimbabwe’s Towns and Cities: Challenges for Institutions”, Journal of Science Engineering and Technology, Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, Volume 2 Number 1, ISSN-2306-5893, pp. 48-55.
  15. Chisadza B., Tumbare M. J., Nhapi I., Nyabeze W. “Linkages between local knowledge drought forecasting indicators and scientific drought forecasting parameters in the Limpopo River Basin in Southern Africa”, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Elsevier, Volume 1, pp. 226-233.
  16. Tumbare M. J., 2015. “Infrastructure for Water Resource Management in Southern Africa”, Journal of Infrastructure Development, SAGE Publications Volume 7(2), DOI: 10.1177/0974930615611574, pp 1-20.
  17. Tumbare M. J., Makurira H. & Shonhiwa E. K. 2016. "An Assessment of Impacts of Climate and/or Land Use Change on Selected Dam Spillway Designs in the Mazowe Catchment in Zimbabwe, Journal of Science, Engineering & Technology, ISSN-2306-5893, Volume 3 Number 1, pp 72-75.
  18. Mamombe L. & Tumbare M. J., “Improved Flood Estimation Model for Bridge and Culvert Design in Zimbabwe, Journal of Science, Engineering & Technology, ISSN-2306-5893, Volume 3 Number 1, PP 19-22.
  19. Tumbare J., Makwarimba P., 2016 "Rehabilitation of Osborne Dam outlets", Structural Survey, Vol. 34 Issue 4/5, pp.407–426 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/SS-04-2016-0009
  20. Tundu, C., Tumbare, M. J., and Kileshye Onema, J.-M., 2018: Sedimentation and Its Impacts/Effects on River System and Reservoir Water Quality: Case Study of Mazowe Catchment, Zimbabwe, Proc. IAHS, Vol. 377, pp. 57-66, https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-377-57-2018.

  

Conference Papers

  1. Tumbare M.J., 1982, “Monitoring of No17 Windmills”, Proceedings of Water Pumping and Windmills Symposium, Bulawayo.
  2. Tumbare M.J. & Mukosa C.F.G., 1995, “A Brief History of the Creation of the Zambezi River Authority”, Proceedings of the Conference on Water Resources Policy and Assessment, WMO & UNECA, Addis Ababa.
  3. Tumbare M.J., 1996, “The Importance of Politicians in Water Related Development Projects”, Proceedings of the IAHR Congress, African Division, Sun City.
  4. Tumbare M.J. & Sakala W.K., 1997, “Seismic Activities around Lake Kariba”, Proceedings of Water Power ‘97, Atlanta.
  5. Tumbare M. J., 1997, “Hydrological Changes of the Zambezi River Basin: Effects and Mitigatory Measures,” Proceedings of the IX World Water Congress, Montreal.
  6. Tumbare M. J., 1997, “The Management of the Multiple Uses of Lake Kariba’s Water Resources,” Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Lake Conservation and Management, Lacar.
  7. Tumbare M. J., 1997, “A Strategic Action Plan for the Sustainable Development of the Water Resources of the Zambezi River Basin,” Proceedings of the 2nd Water and Waste Water Conference in Africa, Harare.
  8. Tumbare M. J., 1999, “Some Lessons Learnt from the Construction of the Bi-National Kariba Dam for Future Large Dam Projects”, World Commission on Dams Symposium, Cairo.
  9. Tumbare M. J., 1999, “The Challenges Facing Stakeholders in successfully Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management in the Zambezi River Basin”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of WCPU, China.
  10. Tumbare M. J., 1999 “Water in the Southern African Development Community (SADC): Is it a Political Issue?” Proceedings of Water Power 99, Las Vegas.
  11. Tumbare M. J., 2000, “Mitigating Floods in Southern Africa”, Proceedings of the 1st WaterNet/WARSFA Symposium, Maputo.
  12. Tumbare M.J., 2000, “Co-operation in the Zambezi River Basin”, Proceedings of the Conference on International Watercourses, Berlin.
  13. Tumbare M. J., 2001, “Management of Shared Watercourse Systems in SADC Region”: Workshop on the Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Program, Stockholm.
  14. Tumbare M. J., 2001, “Survival of the Fittest”, CL Robertson Memorial Lecture, ZIE Congress, Harare.
  15. Tumbare M. J., 2002, “Management of Shared watercourses in the Southern African Development Community”, GWP-SATAC Annual Consultative Meeting, Pretoria.
  16. Tumbare M. J., 2003, “The SADC Protocol on Shared Watercourses: Expectations of a Bi-National Hydropower Infrastructure Operator/Developer”, Proceedings of SADC Workshop on the SADC Protocol on Shared Watercourses, Johannesburg.
  17. Tumbare M. J., 2004, “The Zambezi River: Its Threats and Opportunities”, 2004 Brisbane River Symposium, Brisbane.
  18. Tumbare M. J., 2004, “The Challenges Associated with Designing and Operating Multi-purpose-use Large Dams”, Proceedings of WARSH Fair SADC Day, Harare.
  19. Tumbare M. J., 2005, “Utilization of Waterways and Lakes in the Zambezi River Basin for Marine Transport”, Proceedings of the Engineering Institute of Zambia Annual Conference, Lusaka.
  20. Tumbare M. J., 2005, “The Batoka Hydro-Electric Scheme”, Proceedings of the SADC Regional Electricity Investment Conference & Exhibition, Windhoek.
  21. Tumbare M. J., 2007, “Managing Water Resources across International Boundaries-The Challenges, 2nd Yangtze Forum, Changsha
  22. Tumbare M. J., 2007, “The Threats and Challenges of Managing Lake Kariba Sustainably”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainability and Environmental Engineering, Perth.
  23. Tumbare M. J., 2008, “Operationalising the Zambezi Watercourse Commission”, Proceedings of the Okavango Delta Management Plan Conference, Maun.
  24. Tumbare M. J., 2011, "Implementing Zimbabwean Projects in the Zambezi Valley", Presented at the 6th ZIE Congress, Mutare, September 2011.

Dr. C. Mabiza

Lecturer

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Dr. C. Mabiza

PhD. (Water Resources Management) - Delft University of Tech/IHE, MA. Environmental Policy and Planning- University of Zimbabwe, Hons in Geography and Environmental Science - University of Zimbabwe.

Specialization

  • Water Policies and Institutions Environmental Policy

 

Publications

  1. R. Tima, C. Mabiza, S. Madyiwa, and W. Gumindoga In pressAn analysis of water productivity in smallholder irrigation schemes: a case study of the Mazowe district, Zimbabwe. Submitted to Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth.
  2. R. Tima, C. Mabiza, S. Madyiwa, and W. Gumindoga. In press:Changes in landuse/landcover in and around smallholder irrigation schemes: A remote sensing based approach in Mazowe District, Zimbabwe. Submitted to Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth.
  3. Muhonda, P., Mabiza, C., Goldin, J., Kujinga, K., Makurira, H., Nhapi, I., and Mashauri, D.A. (2014). Analysis of institutional mechanisms that support community response to impacts of floods in the middle-Zambezi River Basin, Zimbabwe. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 67–69, pp.180–186.
  4. Bola, G., Mabiza, C., Goldin, J., Kujinga, K., Nhapi, I., Makurira, H., and Mashauri, D.A., (2015), Coping with droughts and floods: A Case study of Kanyemba, Mbire district, Zimbabwe, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth.
  5. Mabiza, C., and Manzungu, E. (2013). Crossing the Thin Line: Dynamics of Promotion of Conservation Agriculture in the Smallholder Farming Sector in the Southwest of Zimbabwe. Paper accepted by the Journal of Social Development in Africa 27(1) Special Edition.
  6. Fatch, J.J., Manzungu, E., and Mabiza, C., 2010Problematising and conceptualizing local participation in transboundary water resources management.  Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 35. 838-847.
  7. Manzungu, E.; and Mabiza, C. 2005 Status of water governance in urban areas in Zimbabwe: Some preliminary observations from the city of Harare.Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 29.

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