Tabkin Malawi

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Tabkin Malawi
Otter Point, Cape Maclear (Malawi).jpg
General information
Height above mean sea level (en) Fassara 474 m
Tsawo 570 km
Fadi 75 km
Yawan fili 29,600 km²
Vertical depth (en) Fassara 704 m
Volume (en) Fassara 8,400,000 hm³
8,400 km³
Labarin ƙasa
Geographic coordinate system (en) Fassara 12°11′00″S 34°22′00″E / 12.183333333333°S 34.366666666667°E / -12.183333333333; 34.366666666667Coordinates: 12°11′00″S 34°22′00″E / 12.183333333333°S 34.366666666667°E / -12.183333333333; 34.366666666667
Bangare na Lake Malawi National Park (en) Fassara
African Great Lakes (en) Fassara
Kasa Malawi, Mozambik da Tanzaniya
Hydrography (en) Fassara
Tributary (en) Fassara
Inflow (en) Fassara
Lake outflow (en) Fassara Shire River (en) Fassara
Watershed area (en) Fassara 6,593 km²
Drainage basin (en) Fassara Zambezi Basin (en) Fassara

Tabkin Malawi, Anfi saninsa da Tabkin Nyasa a kasar Tanzania da kuma Lago Niassa a kasar Mozambique, nadaga cikin Manyan Tabkunan Afirka kuma itace tabki a mafi kudancin East African Rift system, tana nan ne a tsakanin kasar Malawi, Mozambique da Tanzania.

Itace tabki Mafi girma na hudu mai ruwa maikyau a duniya a fadi da cika, na tara mafi girman tabki a duniya wuri fadi da tsawo, kuma na uku da nabiyu a girma da zurfi a nahiyar Afirka. Tabkin Malawi na dauke da nau'ukan kifaye daban-daban fiye da kowane tabki a duniya,[1] wadanda a kalla yana dauke da nau'uka 700 na cichlids.[2] Bangaren tabkin na Mozambique gwamnatin kasar ta kebeshi a matsayin wurin Adana a ranar 10 ga watan Yunin, 2011,[3] A kasar Malawi bangaren tasu na cikin Lake Malawi National Park.[1]

Anazarci[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Protected Areas Programme". United Nations Environment Programme, World Conservation Monitoring Centre, UNESCO. October 1995. Archived from the original on 2008-05-11. Retrieved 2008-06-26. 
  2. Turner, Seehausen, Knight, Allender, and Robinson (2001). "How many species of cichlid fishes are there in African lakes?" Molecular Ecology 10: 793–806.
  3. WWF (10 June 2011). "Mozambique’s Lake Niassa declared reserve and Ramsar site" Retrieved 17 July 2014.