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Mr. Never Mujere


MPhil Geography and Environmental Science; BSc Geography,

Academic Appointments:

Senior Lecturer

Research Interests:

Water resources and environmental issues

Faculty: Science
Department: Geography Geospatial Sciences and Earth Observation
Research Category: Geography and Environmental Science

Phone: +263242303211

1. Mhlanga, I., Ndaimani, H., Mpakairi, K and Never Mujere. (2018). Climate change: An uncertain future for dairy farming in Zimbabwe, Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, DOI: 10.1080/0035919X.2018.1503203
2. 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.
3. Munyebvu, F., Mujere, N. and X. Yang. (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
4. Munyebvu, F. and N. Mujere. (2015). Quality of Drinking Water from Unprotected Wells. Nonlinear Science Letters C: Nano, Biology and Environment, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1-5.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. Mujere, N. and Mazvimavi, D. (2012). Impact of climate change on reservoir reliability. African Crop Science Journal, 20 (2) 545-551.
8. Mujere, N. (2012). Woodland cover changes from 1970 to 1996 in Bikita Highlands, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Environmental Sciences (IJES), 3(2) 63-66.
9. Muhwati, T and Mujere, N. (2012). Political Geography Module, Zimbabwe Open University, Harare.
11. Mujere, N. and Manzungu, E. (2012). Estimating environmental flow requirements using simple hydrological parameters. International Journal of Environmental Sciences, (IJES), 2 (3) 67-71.
12. 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.
13. 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.
14. Mujere, N. (2011). Flood frequency analysis using the Gumbel distribution, International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE), 3 (7) 2774-2778. Journal article.
15. 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.
Murwira A., Shekede M.D., Tererai F. and Mujere N. (2009). An Assessment of Sensitivity of Save and Runde Surface Water Supplies to Climate Change Impacts. Coping with Drought and Climate Change Project. UNDP Report. Zimbabwe.

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Consultancy and advisory work (current and past):

2. Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) and Research Council of Zimbabwe (RCZ): Sept 2017-present: Feasibility of hydrokinetic energy generation from rivers in Zimbabwe.
3. Action Aid International Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association: August-September 2015: End of project evaluation for the Fair Green and Global Alliance in Marange, Buhera, Chimanimani, Mutoko and Chipinge districts, Zimbabwe.
4. Actionaid International-Zimbabwe. July-October 2015: Baseline survey for promoting human rights in mining areas in Marange, Buhera, Chimanimani, Mutoko and Chipinge districts, Zimbabwe.
5. OXFAM, GB: Baseline survey on: Conducting, establishing and operationalization of a Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation and Knowledge Management Systems for the Scaling up adaptation to climate change in Zimbabwe with focus on Rural Livelihoods in Buhera, Chipinge, Chimanimani and Chiredzi districts, July-Sept 2015.
6. AfricaAdapt: November 2012: Mid-term project Evaluation on

Supervision information (MPhil, DPhil, etc.):

Professional membership, Committees, Boards:

International Association of Hydrological Sciences

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