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More than 150,000 islands dot the Delta, varying in area from several metres to more than 10 km.

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EPSMO- Biokavango Environmental Flow Assessment Reports

Documents arising from EFA assumption that that it is possible to identify ecologically relevant elements of the Okavango-Cubango flow regime. Each of the basin country specialists identified ecologically important flow categories.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Scenario Report : Ecological and Social Predictions (Volume 1 of 4) Report No : 07/2009
J. M. King, C. A. Brown.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Scenario Report : Ecological and Social Predictions (Volume 2 of 4: Indicator Results) Report No : 07/2009
J.M. King, et al.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Scenario Report : Ecological and Social Predictions : Climate Change Scenarios (Volume 3 of 4) Report No : 07/2009
J. M. King et al.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Scenario Report : Biophysical Predictions : Climate Change Indicator Results (Volume 4 of 4) Report No : 07/2009
J. M. King, et al.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Project Final Report : Report No : 08/2009
J. M. King, C.A. Brown, J. Barnes.
File EPSMO-BIOKAVANGO Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Hydrology Report : Data and Models Report No : 05/2009
H. Beuster
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Project Initiation Report : Report No : 01/2009
J. M. King, C. A. Brown.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment EFA Process Report : Report No : 02/2009
J. M. King, C. A. Brown.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Guidelines for Data Collection, Analysis and Scenario Creation : Report No : 03/2009
J. M. King, C. A. Brown.
File Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Delineation Report : Report No : 04/2009
S. Bethune, D. Mazvimavi, M. Quintino. This is report number 4 in the report series for the EFA. It outlines the location and main characteristics of the Okavango River Basin, the river and delta zones recognised by hydrologists, geomorphologists, aquatic chemists, biologists, sociologists and resource economists, and how these were harmonised to produce Integrated Units of Analysis (IUAs). The process of selection of IUAs and sites to represent the whole basin during the EFlows work is then described.
File EPSMO-BIOKAVANGO Okavango River Basin Environmental Flow Assessment Scenario Report : Hydrology : Report No : 06/2009
H. Beuster
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