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Title: Hydrobiological studies in the catchment of Vaal dam, South Africa. Part 1. River Zonation and the Benthic Fauna
Authors: Chutter, FM
Keywords: Vaal Dam
Hydrobiologics
River Zonation
Benthic fauna
Karroo Dolerite
Hydrology
Diatoms
Fauna
Issue Date: 1970
Citation: Chutter, FM. 1970. Hydrobiological studies in the catchment of Vaal dam, South Africa. Part 1. River Zonation and the Benthic Fauna. Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie, Vol. 55(3), pp 445-494
Series/Report no.: Journal Article;
Abstract: Vaal Dam is situated on the elevated plateau which forms the interior of South Africa and is a little less than 1500 m above the level. The source of the most of the streams and rivers flowing into the dam are about 2000 m above sea level, though some of them flow more than 300 km before reaching the impoundment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4882
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