flood

An unusual accumulation of water above the ground caused by high tide, heavy rain, melting snow or rapid runoff from paved areas. (Source: ALL)



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Crerar S, Fry RG, Slater PM, van Langenhove G, Wheeler D 1988. An unexpected factor affecting recharge from ephemeral river flows in SWA/Namibia. Estimation of Natural groundwater recharge 11-28
Mosepele K, Moyle PB, Merron GS, Purkey DR, Mosepele B 2009. Fish, Floods, and Ecosystem Engineers: Aquatic Conservation in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. BioScience 59 (1) 53-64
Department of water affairs Hydrology Division 2004. Draft Report on the 2004 floods in the Upper Zambezi River.
Directorate Disaster Risk Management 2011. Report on national response to the 2011 flood disaster.
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Flood_2011_Final_Report.pdf 1.17 MB
Leggett K, Fennessy J, Schneider S 2005. Flood-borne sediment analysis of the Hoanib River, northwestern Namibia. Journal of Arid Environments 62 (4) 587-596
Government of the Republic of Namibia 2011. Namibia floods : joint assessment report : 06-09 April 2011.
Bunn SE, Thomas MC, Hamilton SK, Capon SJ 2006. Flow variability in dryland rivers: boom, bust and the bits in between. River Research and Applications, Special Issue: Variability in Riverine Environments 22 (2) 179-186
Dahan O, Tatarsky B, Enzel Y, Kulls C, Seely M, Benito G 2008. Dynamics of Flood Water Infiltration and Ground Water Recharge in Hyperarid Desert. Ground Water 46 (3) 450 - 461
Alexander W 2007. Climate Change in Disarray - An African Perspective. Frontier Backgrounder 51 1 - 5
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Wolski P, Masaka T, Raditsebe L, Murray-Hudson M 2005. Aspects of seasonal dynamics of flooding in the Okavango Delta. Botswana Notes and Records 37 (Special Edition on Human Interactions and Natural Resource Dynamics in the Okavango Delta and Ngamiland) 179-195
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Wolski 2005 Aspects of sea.pdf 1.98 MB
Magole L, Thapelo T 2005. The impact of extreme flooding of the Okavango River on the livelihood of the molapo farming community of Tubu village, Ngamiland sub-district, Botswana. Botswana Notes and Records 37 (Special Edition on Human Interactions and Natural Resource Dynamics in the Okavango Delta and Ngamiland) 125-137
Gumbricht T, Wolski P, Frost P, McCarthy TS 2004. Forecasting the spatial extent of the annual flood in the Okavango delta, Botswana. Journal of Hydrology 290 (3-4) 178-191
Tuwilika SV 2016. Impact of flooding on rural livelihoods of the Cuvelai Basin in Northern Namibia. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning (9) 104-121
Ramberg L, Lindholm M, Hessen D, Murray-Hudson M, Bonyongo C, Heinl M, Masamba W, Vanderpost C, Wolski P 2010. Aquatic ecosystem responses to fire and flood size in the Okavango Delta: observations from the seasonal floodplains. Wetlands Ecology and Management 18 (5) 587-595
Smith RMH, Mason TR, Ward JD 1993. Flash-flood sediments and ichnofacies of the Late Pleistocene Homeb Silts, Kuiseb River, Namibia. Sedimentary Geology 85 (1-4) 579-599
Tuwilika SV 2016. Impact of flooding on rural livelihoods of the Cuvelai Basin in Northern Namibia. Journal of Geography and RegionalrnPlanning 9 (6) 104-121