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Soil survey of a selected study area in Somaliland

RubГ©n Enrique Vargas

Soil survey of a selected study area in Somaliland

by RubГ©n Enrique Vargas

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Published by Somalia water and Land Information Management in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[Vargas, R.R., Alim, M.].
SeriesProject report -- no. L-05
ContributionsAlim, M. S.
The Physical Object
Pagination142 p. :
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25394268M
LC Control Number2012311664

Most of the study area (41%) has a low potential annual soil loss of tons ha-1 yrThe average potential annual soil loss for the whole study area is estimated at slightly over 20 ton ha In addition to topography (slope), soil cover is an important factor that influences potential soil loss. Overstocking, poorFile Size: KB. A Case Study for Somaliland March Name and Contact of Submitting NGO GEOGRAPHY OF THE STUDY AREA 8 Topography 8 Climate 9 Soils 9 Vegetation zones 9 5 Impact of Civil War on Natural Resources: A Case Study for Somaliland Candlelight - File Size: 1MB.

The study area (Figure 1) is located in the west of Somaliland (a self‐declared state that is internationally recognized as an autonomous region of Somalia) and covers an area of 5, km 2 (between 9°27′ and 9°58′N and 43°33′ and 44°24′E), including the state capital, Hargeisa. Elevation ranges from (in the North) to 1, m Cited by: The Somaliland Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) was carried out in by Somaliland Ministry of Planning and National Development. Financial and technical support was provided by the United Nations hildrens Fund (UNIEF). MICS is an international household survey programme developed by UNICEF. The SomalilandFile Size: 6MB.

A general survey of the Somaliland Protectorate final report on "An economic survey and reconnaissance of the British Somaliland Protectorate ," Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme, Part   Myron Weiner's study of the relationship between internal migration and ethnic conflict in India is exceptional for two reasons: it focuses on intercultural and interstate migration throughout the nation, rather than on merely local or provincial phenomena, and it examines both the social and the political consequences of India's interethnic migrations/5(3).


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Soil survey of a selected study area in Somaliland by RubГ©n Enrique Vargas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Soil Survey of a Selected Study Area in Somaliland Project Report No. L Feb Somalia Water and Land Information Management Ngecha Road, Lake View. P.O BoxNairobi, Kenya. Tel + - Fax +Email: [email protected] Website: http// Land Degradation Assessment of a Selected Study Area in Somaliland: Application of Lada-Wocat Approach Project Report N°L July Somalia Water and Land Information Management Ngecha Road, Lake View.

P.O BoxNairobi, Kenya. Tel + - File Size: KB. British Somaliland. Survey Department. Report on general survey of British SomalilandColonial development & welfare act. Economic survey & reconnaissance, Published under the authority of the Military government, Somaliland protectorate, 19th May [n.p.

Government press, ] Online Text. soil, eluvial deposits, and dense thorny shrubs cover most of the rocks in the south. Geologic and mineral deposit studies have been conducted in Somalia chiefly by British and Italian geologists prior to independence in The principal recent mineral evaluations of the country in English are by HolmesCited by: 1.

– Soil survey for line ministries staff held in Somaliland – Soil Fertility and Testing for line ministries staff from Somaliland andSoil Fertility and Testing for line ministries staff from Somaliland and Puntland as well as university lecturers in Somaliland.

– SWALIM provided 3 Soil Testing Mobile Kits to File Size: 1MB. The geology of Somaliland is very closely related to the geology of land is a de facto independent country within the boundaries that the international community recognizes as Somalia.

Because it encompasses the former territory of British Somaliland, the region is historically better researched than former Italian Somaliland. Inthe World Bank, in collaboration with the Ministry of Planning and Development implemented the Somaliland Household Survey (SHS ).

Somaliland self-declared independence in The survey interviewed urban and rural households. The sample was drawn randomly based on a multi-level clustered design. catchment area was conducted prior to the detailed survey so as to in % of the study area.

There was no soil classified as Land Suitability Assessment of a Selected Study Area in. The total area of the Republic of Somaliland is estimated atkm² with a coastline of more than km long. Climatically, Somaliland can be described as semi-arid and arid. Somaliland consists of three topographic zones: coastal plain (Guban), mountain.

Book/Printed Material Report on general survey of British Somaliland (Colonial development & welfare act. Economic survey & reconnaissance), Published under the authority of the Military government, Somaliland protectorate, 19th May Somalia: A Country Study country's coup courts Daarood Despite Digil Djibouti early economic elections established Ethiopia exports foreign Geledi Greater Somalia groups guerrilla habash Hargeysa Hawiye Horn of Africa Husseen Igaal included independence International Isaaq Islam Italian Somaliland Italy January Jubba River Area handbook.

Canterbury has % of the national population, contributes 13% to GDP, and yet encompasses 17% of New Zealand’s land area, much of which, because of soil type and slope, is considered irrigable.

The Somaliland Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) was carried out in by Somaliland Ministry of Planning and National Development. Financial and technical support was provided by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). MICS is an international household survey programme developed by UNICEF.

The Somaliland MICS was. Somaliland has been inhabited since at least the the Stone Age, the Doian and Hargeisan cultures flourished here. The oldest evidence of burial customs in the Horn of Africa comes from cemeteries in Somalia dating back to the 4th millennium BCE. The stone implements from the Jalelo site in the north were also characterized in as important artefacts demonstrating the Capital and largest city: Hargeisa, 9°33′N 44°03′E /.

Study area: Pakistan is divided into six major topographical regions, namely Northern and North-Western Mountains, Western Mountains, The Balochistan Plateau, The Potwar Plateau and Salt Range, The Indus Plain and Desert areas.

Almost 60% of Pakistan's total land area is classified as unusable for agriculture or. Perennial Plant Mortality in the Guban Areas of Somaliland Candlelight Case Study Table of Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 INTRODUCTION 6 THE STUDY AREA 6 CLIMATE AND RAINFALL 7 VEGETATION 8 RESOURCE USERS AND NEW GRAZING TRENDS 9 SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL USES OF THE SOME OF THE.

Suggestions for a general survey of British Somali-land had been made before the war in connexion with water supplies, soil erosion and general development, but it was not until /3 that the Military Government decided as a preliminary step to collect various data and statistics that had been lost during the evacuation or were incomplete before the war period.

Somaliland in particular, makes estimating the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) difficult, given the description above, it is widely accepted (World Bank (); World Bank ()) that the State of Somaliland’s per capita GDP is greater than those of the populations in the two Somalia partner administrations.

From data that are available6File Size: KB. Between February and Marchthe World Bank, in collaboration with Somali statistical authorities conducted the first wave of the Somali High Frequency Survey to monitor welfare and perceptions of citizens in all accessible areas of 9 regions within Somalia’s pre-war borders including Somaliland which self-declared independence in The Zeila Plain and Hargeisa Valley surveys, with maps and sections, are in typescript at Government Headquarters, Hargeisa, and a summary of the Zeila Plain survey in the “ Geology Magazine ” (Hunt ).

The geology of the Onkhor area was published (with map and sections) in the General Survey,Annual Report. Staff from the Central Statistics Department in Somaliland.

Staff from the Central Statistics Department in Somaliland attended a one week workshop organised by Statistics Sweden in Kigali Rwanda on March The aim of the workshop was to develop new weights for CPI calculation using the results from the High Frequency Survey.Soil map (Somalia) [A collection of maps illustrating an economic survey and reconnaissance report on British Somaliland, G.P.

numbers - ].Somaliland continues to claim the entire area of the former British Somaliland. [15] It is currently in control of the western half of the former British Somaliland, with northeastern Maakhir having declared itself a separate, unrecognised autonomous state within Somalia in Julyand the disputed southeastern Sool state had been under the control of neighbouring Puntland from until.