Jump to content

Kogin Thamalakane

Daga Wikipedia, Insakulofidiya ta kyauta.
Kogin Thamalakane
General information
Height above mean sea level (en) Fassara 939 m
Labarin ƙasa
Map
Tsarin Daidaiton Labarin Kasa 20°08′S 23°23′E / 20.13°S 23.38°E / -20.13; 23.38
Kasa Botswana
River mouth (en) Fassara Kogin Boteti

Kogin Thamalakane kogi ne wanda yake a Botswana, Afirka, a ƙarshen ƙarshen ƙarshen Okavango Delta. Ba shi da cikakkiyar ma'anar farkon (bazara) kuma ba shi da ƙarshen ƙarshen (delta). Sakamakon kuskuren Thamalakane ne - wanda ya fara kafuwa kimanin shekaru miliyan biyu da suka gabata ta hanyar tsarin ilimin ƙasa wanda ke raba Afirka a halin yanzu tare da Rift na Gabashin Afirka.

Lokacin da ƙasa tsakanin kuskuren kuskure guda biyu (laifin Gumare da na Kunyere) ya fara faduwa, kuskuren Thamalakane ya toshe kwararar Kogin Okavango sai ta fara ɗagawa ta kuma gina dubunnan hanyoyin ruwa - abin da yanzu ake kira Okavango Delta .

Daya daga cikin manyan hanyoyin da suke toshe Okavango Delta shine Kogin Boro. Ganin cewa kuskuren ya toshe shi, to a bayyane yake a kusurwar dama zuwa cikin hanyar ruwa da kuskuren ya ƙirƙira, Kogin Thamalakane. Kusan kilomita 40 zuwa yamma, ruwan ya sami hutu a cikin Thamalakane Fault. Har ilayau a kusurwar dama yana kwance Kogin Thamalakane kuma ya samar da Kogin Boteti, wanda ke haifar da lalata yanayi a wasu ƙananan matakan. A lokacin damina ruwan Boteti ya tafi zuwa ga Makgadikgadi Pans, yana kawo yankin da rai tare da damina mai yawan haɓakar ɗabi'a.[1]

A zamanin da, ba kogin Boro kawai ya ciyar da Kogin Thamalakane ba har ma da ƙananan tashoshi kamar Boronyana da Shashe

A gefen Kogin Thamalakane ƙauyen Maun ya haɓaka. Bayar da ruwa zuwa Maun daga filayen rijiyoyi ne tare da Kogin Thamalakane da Shashe.[2]

Duba kuma[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Bayanin layi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. C. Michael Hogan. 2008
  2. T. Scudder. 1993

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  • C.Michael Hogan. 2008. Makgadikgadi, A. Burnham, ed. The Megalithic Portal
  • T.Scudder. 1993. The IUCN review of the Southern Okavango Integrated Water Development Project, International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources 543 pages