National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
Innocent Muchingami is a Lecturer in the department of Applied Mathematics in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
Solving Groundwater and environmental pollution related problems with the aim of developing of sustainable technologies, mapping of ground water availability and contamination flow paths, karst aquifer investigations, surface water- groundwater interaction, geophysical mineral exploration and geotechnical ground investigations.
Muchingami, I., Hlatywayo J. D., J.M. Nel and C. Chuma, (2012). Electrical resistivity survey for groundwater investigations and shallow subsurface evaluation of the basaltic greenstone formation of the urban Bulawayo aquifer. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Volume 50-52 (2012) pp 44-51.
Chuma, C., Hlatywayo, D. J., Zulu, J., Muchingami, I., Mashingaidze, R. T., and V. Midzi. (2013). Modelling the Subsurface Geology and Groundwater Occurrence of the Matsheumhlope Low Yielding Aquifer in Bulawayo Urban, Zimbabwe. Journal of Geography and Geology; Vol. 5 (3), pp 158-175.
Muchingami, I., Nel J., Xu, Y., Steyl, G., and K Reynolds, (2013). On the use of electrical resistivity methods in monitoring infiltration of salt fluxes in dry coal ash dumps in Mpumalanga, South Africa. Water SA, Vol 39 (3), pp 491-498.