Drainage Systems in South Africa

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Drainage Systems in South Africa
<h2><span style="color: #000080;">Drainage Systems in South Africa</span></h2> Important concepts: drainage basin, catchment area, river system, watershed, tributary, river mouth, source, confluence, water table, surface run-off and groundwater &nbsp; Types of rivers: permanent, periodic, episodic and exotic &nbsp; Drainage patterns: dendritic, trellis, rectangular, radial, centripetal, deranged and parallel &nbsp; Drainage density &nbsp; Use of topographic maps to identify stream order and density &nbsp; Discharge of a river: laminar and turbulent flow

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