August 10, 2011

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Abstract In Uganda, large quantities of unused non-woody biomass fuels exist in form of municipal/industrial waste, animal wastes, and agricultural residues. The latter include bagasse, maize cobs, rice husks and coffee husks. Cultivation of energy crops is also possible because of the availability of arable lands in the tropical climate zone around the equator that...
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Title: SUITABILITY OF AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES AS FEEDSTOCK FOR FIXED BED GASIFIERS  Authors: M. Okure, J.A. Ndemere, S.B. Kucel, B.O. Kjellstrom Keywords: Agricultural residues, gasification, particle size, heating values. Issue Date: Abstract: The use of agricultural residues as feedstocks for fixed bed gasifiers could help Uganda and other developing countries to break their over dependence on...
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The study to be carried out is entitled, “The role of land use on water and carbon balances in a tropical rainforest”. The main objective of the study is to estimate the water and carbon balances in a tropical rainforest and assess how changing land use and climate impact on them. The specific objectives include:...
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Abstract The Upper Nile basin is an important part of the Nile Basin. The lakes in this basin regulate the Nile flow through their large storage. The basin also supports the livelihoods of millions of people in six countries (Burundi, Congo D.R., Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda) which are some of the poorest in the...
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Abstract Patient monitoring during treatment is of utmost importance. The degree of patient monitoring may vary depending on the medical condition the patient has been diagnosed with at the time. For the cases of chronic illness, for instance AIDS a constant, absolute and accurate degree of patient monitoring is required. In Uganda, patient monitoring is...
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