Yasir Abdelgadir Mohamed

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ii The authors: Yasir A. Mohamed is a Senior Researcher specializing in hydrology and water resources at the IWMI Nile Basin and EAST Africa office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He also works as a part time lecturer at UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands; Makonnen Loulseged is a Researcher specializing in water resources at the IWMI Nile Basin and EAST Africa(More)
The Sudd wetland is a huge swampy area (30,000–40,000 km2), with vegetation composed mainly of papyrus, water hyacinth and grasslands. It is located in South Sudan, and is of vital importance for livelihoods, ecosystem services and water resources. Half of the White Nile flow evaporates when passing through the Sudd (~16,000 106 m3/year). Historically, this(More)
One of the main security issues in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) is a malicious node that can falsify a route advertisement, overwhelm traffic without forwarding it, help to forward corrupted data and inject false or uncompleted information, and many other security problems. Mapping immune system mechanisms to networking security is the main objective of(More)
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