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Simmons, R.E., Braby, R. and Braby, S.J. 1993. Ecological studies of the Cunene River mouth: avifauna, herpetofauna, water quality, flow rates geomorphology and implications of the Epupa Dam. Madoqua, 18(2): 163-180


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Ecological studies of the Cunene River mouth: avifauna, herpetofauna, water quality, flow rates geomorphology and implications of the Epupa Dam.

Year: 1993

Type: Journal Article

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