Integrated Flow Assessment for the Luangwa River Zambia: Phase 1 FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY | WWF Zambia

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Integrated Flow Assessment for the Luangwa River Zambia: Phase 1 FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY

This report forms part of the first phase of the Luangwa EFlows Assessment launched by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in collaboration with Zambia’s Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA). 
 
Phase 1 consists of locating and synthesising all available information on the Luangwa Catchment, leading to an initial formal division of the catchment into homogeneous biophysical and social areas. Geomorphology, the focus of this report, encompasses the physical habitat and processes of formation and maintenance of the physical habitat in river environments. Sediment yield of the basin was also a key part of the review.

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Luangwa River:Fluvial Geomorphology