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oa Madoqua - Western flowing ephemeral rivers and their importance to wetlands in Namibia

 

Abstract

One of Africa's most arid regions, the Namib desert is crossed by several west flowing rivers, ten of which flow formore than a few days orweeks at the most. The four largest rivers, the Kuiseb, Swakop/Khan, Omaruru and Ugab provide water for human populations as well as wildlife and some show unexplained decreases in flow frequency or amplitude.

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1991-01-01
2016-12-03
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