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Rainfall patterns in the Kruger National Park

W. P. D Gertenbach

Koedoe; Vol 23, No 1 (1980), 35-43. doi: 10.4102/koedoe.v23i1.634

Submitted: 02 December 1980
Published:  02 December 1980

Abstract

The available rainfall data for all the recording stations in the Kruger National Park are presented. The average annual rainfall was calculated for each station and this served as basis for compiling a rainfall map for the region. The cyclic nature of the annual rainfall as well as the rainfall distribution within cycles were investigated and a prediction made of expected future rainfall.

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W. P. D Gertenbach, National Parks Board of Trustees, South Africa

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