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The socio-economic importance of alluvial aquifers for communities in the lower Kuiseb River, Namibia. Gobabeb Training and Research Centre, Desert Research Foundation of Namibia (DRFN), DRFNW reports, Windhoek


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The socio-economic importance of alluvial aquifers for communities in the lower Kuiseb River, Namibia.

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The socio-economic importance of alluvial aquifers for communities in the lower Kuiseb River, Namibia. Keywords: Namibia, Namib Desert, Gobabeb, Kuiseb River, river basin management, aquifer recharge, water policy, water points, water usage, water supply, fresh water reservoir, groundwater recharge, dryland ecosystems, dryland research.

Year: 2005

Type: Report

Origin: DRFN DLIB

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