Links to Zambezi River Resources

http://www.zamnet.zm/newpage.html 
This site is called Zamnet and it contains up to the minute news stories from Zambia.

http://www.nationalgeographic.com 
Search Zambezi on this site put on by National Geographic for a recent article which appeared in their magazine. 

http://www.iucn.org/info_and_news/about_iucn/zambezi.htm 
This site, called The Zambezi: lifeblood of Southern Africa, is a great site for a quick overview of the river and the environmental issues involved.

http://africansites.com/Zambia/travel/places/Zambezi R.htm 
Though this site is aimed at tourists it still has a lot of useful information regarding geography of the area and current issues. It is called The Great Zambezi River.

http://www.mediazw.com
This site is called The Virtual Zimbabwe. 

http://www.iucn.org/themes/wetlands/zambesi.htm 
This site, called Water Resource Use in the Zambezi Basin, gives proceedings of a workshop discussing management strategies that was held in Botswana in 1993.

http://www.zamnet.zm/zamnet/zntb/la.html 
This site is geared at tourism in the Zambezi National Parks and is called The Lower Zambezi. 

TRIVIA QUESTIONS 

Question- What are some of the major defining characteristics of a wetland? 

The first trivia question was: Who was the first European to view Victoria Falls and who are they named after? 

A: The falls were first seen by explorer/missionary Dr. David Livingstone who named the m after Queen Victoria of Great Britain. For more information on Dr. Livingstone check out Dr. Keen's series on the Zambezi River.

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