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Never Mujere

University of Zimbabwe

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Never Mujere (MSc) is a researcher and lecturer in the Department of Geography Geospatial Sciences and Earth Observation at the University of Zimbabwe. He is reading for a DPhil in Water Resources Management. He holds a MPhil in Geography (Water Supply in Irrigated Agriculture), BSc Special Honours in Geography, BSc Geography and Geology and, a Graduate Certificate in Education all from the University of Zimbabwe His research interests are: Climate Change, Agriculture, Water Resources and Environmental Issues. has published more than 20 articles and books chapters, and has presented more than 30 papers at local and international fora.

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Mujere, N. 2022. “Contribution of groundwater towards household water security.” In: V. Re, R.L. Manzione, T.A. Abiye, A. Mukherji, and A. Macdonald (Eds). IAH: Groundwater for Sustainable Livelihoods and Equitable Growth. CRC Press, The Netherlands, 95-100. 

Mujere, N, Masocha, M; Makurira, H. and Mazvimavi, D. 2022. “Assessing the variation of river channel reach inflow on transmission loss.” World Water Policy (In press).

Mujere, N, Masocha, M; Makurira, H. and Mazvimavi, D. 2021. “Dynamics and scales of transmission losses in dryland river systems: A meta-analysis.” Australian Journal of Water Resources.

Mujere, N, Masocha, M; Makurira, H. and Mazvimavi, D. 2021. “Determining the seasonal relationships between upstream flows and channel transmission losses along a dryland river reach.” International Journal of Hydrological and Technology (in press).

Mhlanga, I, Ndaimani ,H, Mpakairi, K and Mujere, N. 2018. “Climate change: An uncertain future for dairy farming in Zimbabwe.” Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa.

Mujere, N. 2016. “Gendered vulnerability and adaptation to climate change.” In Wilson, L and Stevenson, C. Promoting climate change awareness through environmental education. IGI Global, USA.

 Munyebvu F., Mujere . and, Yang X, 2015. “Physico-Chemical and Microbiological Quality of Drinking Water from Protected Wells.” Nonlinear Science Letters C: Nano, Biology and Environment , Vol. 5, No. 1, 1-6

F. Munyebvu, F. and Mujere, N. 2015. “Quality of Drinking Water from Unprotected Wells.” Nonlinear Science Letters C: Nano, Biology and Environment, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1-5.

Mujere, N. and Isidro, M. 2015. “Impacts of artisanal and small-scale gold mining on water quality.” Book chapter.

Mujere, N. and Saeid, E. 2014. “Climate change impacts on hydrology and water resources.” In: Saeid, E. (Ed.) Handbook of Hydrological Engineering: Modeling Climate change and Variability. CRC Press, London. pp. 113-126. Book Chapter.

Mujere, N. and Saeid, E. 2014. “Impact of urbanization on runoff regime.” In: Saeid, E. (Ed.) Handbook of Hydrological Engineering: Modeling climate change and variability. CRC Press, London. pp. 605-616.

Mujere, N. and Mazvimavi, D. 2012. “Impact of climate change on reservoir reliability.” African Crop Science Journal, 20 (2) 545-551.

Mujere, N. 2012. “Woodland cover changes from 1970 to 1996 in Bikita Highlands, Zimbabwe.” International Journal of Environmental Sciences (IJES), 3(2) 63-66.

Mujere, N. 2012. “Epidemic disease control and management.” Zimbabwe Inst of Mgt. Harare

Mujere, N. 2012. “Water, sanitation and health.” Zimbabwe Inst of Mgt., Harare.

Mujere, N. 2012. “Health, safety and environment.” Zimbabwe Inst of Mgt, Harare.

Muhwati, T and Mujere, N. 2012. “Political Geography.” Zimbabwe Open University, Harare.

 Mujere, N. and Manzungu, E. 2012. “Estimating environmental flow requirements using simple hydrological parameters.” International Journal of Environmental Sciences, (IJES), 2 (3) 67-71. 

Mujere, N. and Vermeulen, J.H. 2012. “The relationship between nitrous oxide and air temperature: case study of Harare City.” International Journal of Environmental Pollution Management (IJEPM), 4 (2) 173-178. 

Mujere, N., Chazovachii, B., Chifodya, G. and Mushuku, A. 2011. “Evaluating factors influencing the variation of irrigated wheat yields a case study of Chinyamatumwa irrigation scheme in Zimbabwe.” Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 13 (4) 177-188.

Mujere, N. 2011. “Flood frequency analysis using the Gumbel distribution.” International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE), 3 (7) 2774-2778.

Chigumira, E. and Mujere, N. 2009. “Variability of urban water supply and demand.” In Feyen, Shannon and Neville (Eds.) Water and urban development paradigms. Taylor and Francis Group, London. pp. 431-434. ISBN 978-0-415-48334-6.