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Geology of the catchment of the <b>Okavango</b> <b>River</b> and Delta (after  Mendelsohn...
Published: 01 June 2013
Figure 16 Geology of the catchment of the Okavango River and Delta (after Mendelsohn and el Obeid, 2004 ). See Figure 9 for location.
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2013
South African Journal of Geology (2013) 116 (1): 1–54.
...Figure 16 Geology of the catchment of the Okavango River and Delta (after Mendelsohn and el Obeid, 2004 ). See Figure 9 for location. ...
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Series: SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2002
DOI: 10.2110/pec.02.73.0179
EISBN: 9781565761957
... active and incipient rifts on the subcontinent. D) The rivers, major lakes, and wetlands of southern and east Africa. Fig. 3.— Distribution of alluvial sediments in the Okavango-Linyanti depression and their relationship to major faults in the region (modified after Shaw and Thomas, 1992...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1998
South African Journal of Geology (1998) 101 (2): 101–117.
..., which is divided longitudinally into two by horsts which form Chief's Island and the Duba Island cluster. Permanent swamp, sustained by base flow of the Okavango River, is developed in the Panhandle, upper fan, and portion of the fan to the east and northeast of Chief's Island. Seasonal flood water...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2001
South African Journal of Geology (2001) 104 (3): 243–264.
... the Gumare fault and an extension of the Linyanti fault. It is probable that southwesterly propagation of the uplift zone associated with the incipient rift will ultimately deflect the Okavango River into the Chobe-Zambezi river system via this graben. © 2001 Geological Society of South Africa 2001...
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Published: 01 September 1982
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1982) 19 (9): 1775–1785.
... deposits of a semi-arid alluvial plain on which anastomosing channels dominated. The Okavango River of south-central Africa and Cooper's Creek in central Australia are proposed as modern analogues.The upper succession of Member B is characterized by sheet sandstones made up of top-truncated trough...
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Location of <b>Okavango</b> Delta. Polygon: area of regional helicopter transient ...
Published: 21 July 2014
Figure 1. Location of Okavango Delta. Polygon: area of regional helicopter transient electromagnetic (HTEM) survey. Squares: HR2 and Jao ground-based field sites. Large oblique arrows: main faults (G–Gumare; K–Kunyere; and T–Thamalakane). The Okavango River flows through the Panhandle
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Clay distribution in the cohesive silt fraction of samples from the Limpopo...
Published: 01 December 2014
Fig. 2. Clay distribution in the cohesive silt fraction of samples from the Limpopo, Zambezi, Okavango river systems and in ephemeral rivers draining arid Namibia. Numbers refer to the first column of Tables 1 and 2 .
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Modern examples of anastomosing channel systems of <b>river</b>-dominated deltas. ...
Published: 09 April 2019
Fig. 2. Modern examples of anastomosing channel systems of river-dominated deltas. (A) the Zhujiang River Delta of China (modified after Wang et al. 2004 ); (B) the Okavango River Delta of Botswana, Africa (modified after Stanistreet and McCarthy 1993 ). [Color online.]
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Megafans of the northern Kalahari Basin. ( a ) Ten megafans (named after th...
Published: 19 September 2016
Fig. 5. Megafans of the northern Kalahari Basin. ( a ) Ten megafans (named after their formative rivers) are clustered contiguously in each of three sub-basins (Etosha, Okavango rift, and Upper Zambezi) in the northern Kalahari Basin. Four display currently active surfaces; surfaces of the rest
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
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Geological interpretations of the seven formative events invoked to account...
Published: 01 December 2011
Rifting and Formation of Lufubu graben Mondeguer et al 1989 D2 2.7 > 1.8 < 1.0 E1 3.5 > 3.0 < 2.5 Formation of Kafue-Congo watershed shrinks PC drainage net to isolate PL Bangweulu in endorheic basin. PLM maintained by Proto Kafue, Upper Zambezi, and Okavango rivers E
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2001
South African Journal of Geology (2001) 104 (1): 47–68.
... in drainage configuration. This evidence indicates that during the upper Jurassic to Cretaceous, the Okavango, Cuando and Zambezi-Luangwa rivers formed the headwaters of the proto-Limpopo. The lower-Zambezi-Shire formed a separate graben-bound river system with a discharge point into the Indian Ocean...
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