Current monitoring network

The White Nile Sub-basin

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The White Nile contributes about 25 – 26 x 109 m3 to the Main Nile measured just upstream of the White – Blue Nile confluence in Khartoum. It receives water from rivers that drain the Equatorial Lakes region of the Nile Basin and which pass through a series of natural lakes and swamps. As a result, the White Nile provides a relatively more uniform seasonal flow compared to the Blue Nile and Tekeze-Atbara rivers. The White Nile provides long navigable reaches due to its flat slope and stable flow.

Meteorological monitoring network

There are 36 meteorological stations in the sub-basin, with 30 of them in Sudan, four in Ethiopia and two in South Sudan. The distribution of the stations is shown in the map below. 8 stations (five in Sudan and three in Ethiopia) are reported to measure the full range of meteorological parameters and the remaining 22 measure daily rainfall totals only.

No Name of Station
1 Begi
2 Kurmuk
3 Famesetre
4 Malakal
5 Renk
6 Ed Dueim
7 Kosti
8 El Obeid
9 Rashad
10 Elobeid
11 Rabak
12 Aldali
13 J.mazmoum
14 J.Sagdi
15 ABU GUBEIHA
16 Um kouka
17 Jabal Biut
18 Jabal moui
19 Um Hani
20 Aba
21 Abger
22 Abu harira
23 Dubasi
24 EL NEIMA
25 Elakaf
26 EL-kawa
27 Elsheikh EssaddIg
28 Es sufi
29 Esh shageig
30 FASHASHOYA
31 Fatisa
32 FAWAR
33 GETEINA
34 Goda
35 Goz Khadra
36 Hashaba
37 Helba
38 Hellat Abbas
39 Idd El`ud
40 ISTARAHNA
41 ISTARAHNA
42 J Megeneis
43 Jebelein
44 Kerikera
45 RAHAMA
46 SHABASHA
47 SHOWAL
48 TOBA
49 TUWEIMAT
50 ub guta
51 UMM DUEINA
52 Umm suneint
53 UMM’UDAM
54 UREIK
55 Wad alzaki
56 WAD BASHKAR
57 WAD EL BURR
58 WAD EL UMARBI
59 WAD EZZEIN
60 WAD FIGAD
61 WAD HILAL
62 Wad nimir
63 WAD NU’MAN
64 Wakara
65 ZUBEIR
66 ZULEIT (1)
67 Algalah
68 Almashtal
69 Elban Gadid
70 Elsemaih
71 Gabrat Elshaikh
72 Khur taget
73 Muzdalifa
74 Namlah
75 Obeid albusta
76 Rifee Um Rawaba
77 Shekan
78 Shirkela
79 Shirkela Um aush
80 Tareg Almashea
81 Ubo Grain
82 Um Dam Haj Ahmed
83 Um Garfa
84 Um Ramad
85 Um Saigaoon
86 UmmSiyala
87 Wd Ashana
88 Abu habel
89 Alaen
90 Alrahed
91 Um kadada
92 Assosa

Hydrometric stations

The only station that is operational is White Nile at Malakal. The station is close to of Malakal town just downstream of the Sobat – White Nile confluence. Historically, there were four additional stations but they were not operational at the time of the survey conducted in 2014. The White Nile is an important source of water, especially during the dry season (November – May/June), when the Blue Nile and other tributaries from the Ethiopian highlands are at their lowest levels. Therefore, rehabilitating the non-functioning stations in the sub-basin is urgently required. The Nile Basin regional Hydromet system has included the station at Malakal (Renk) and the station d/s of Jebel Awlia dam as regional stations.

No Name
1 Khor Adar
2 Melut
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