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  • Feasibility study of the south-east extension of PIRATA (Pilot Moored Array in the Tropical Atlantic | DLIST Benguela
    Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Feasibility study of the south east extension of PIRATA Pilot Moored Array in the Tropical Atlantic Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 PIRATA Brazil France USA deployed an array of 12 ATLAS buoys between 1997 and 2001 with the objective of monitoring describing and understanding the evolution of sea surface temperature upper ocean thermal and saline structure net heat budget air Author Dr Mathieu Rouault Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to

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  • Agricultural Development Projects | DLIST Benguela
    materials Event proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Agricultural Development Projects Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The survey was conducted at sites in Rosh Pinah and Naute Dam in the Karas Region in Southern Namibia The objective of the survey is to initiate agricultural development in the area Author Rosh Pinah Naute Dam Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our library Payment can

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  • All eyes on vital Nepad meeting | DLIST Benguela
    Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other All eyes on vital Nepad meeting Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 Leaders of nine African nations and scores of high ranking world diplomats will meet next week to discuss the New Partnership for Africa s Development Nepad an ambitious plan created by Africans to advance economic development The presidents of Nigeri Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our

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  • An Analysis of the Local Economic Impact Due to River-Based Tourism along the lower Orange River | DLIST Benguela
    Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other An Analysis of the Local Economic Impact Due to River Based Tourism along the lower Orange River Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The study was undertaken in order to gain an understanding of the local economic impact due to river based tourism The study area was confined to the Richtersveld section of the Transboundary lower Orange River west of Vioolsdrif South Africa and Noor Author Sascha Edelstein Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged

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  • An integrated Tourism Development Plan for the Eastern Caprivi Floodplain | DLIST Benguela
    see Search word Type of document Course materials Event proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other An integrated Tourism Development Plan for the Eastern Caprivi Floodplain Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 This report presents development plans for tourism in the floodplain community areas of Caprivi region Author NACOBTA Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our library Payment can be made through our PayFast account

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  • Angola - the post-war challenges. Common Country Assessment 2002 | DLIST Benguela
    article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Angola the post war challenges Common Country Assessment 2002 Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The Angolaï ½s Common Country Assessment CCA conducted jointly by the UN agencies between September 2001 and June 2002 is a comprehensive assessment and analysis of the situation in Angola aimed at providing a strategic vision for the UN agencies worki Author United Nations Publisher United Nations Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/angola-the-post-war-challenges-common-country-assessment-2002-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Angola 2002/2003 - Key Development Issues and Democratic Decentralisation | DLIST Benguela
    article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Angola 2002 2003 Key Development Issues and Democratic Decentralisation Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The report consists of a Part I synthesising and assessing recent information regarding political economic and social developments in Angola and a Part II focusing on decentralisation Topics such as decentralisation in the development context the cent Author Inge Tvedten and Aslak Orre Publisher Chr Michelsen Institute Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/angola-20022003-key-development-issues-and-democratic-decentralisation-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Benefits beyond boundaries: | DLIST Benguela
    Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Benefits beyond boundaries Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 Marine reserves are areas of the sea where fishing is not allowed They provide refuges where populations of exploited species can recover and habitats modified by fishing can regenerate In some places closed areas have been used for fisheries managemen Author Fiona R Gell and Callum M Roberts1 Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the

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