Observations on Lateral Scour in the Kuja River, Kenya

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1949
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Glasgow J. P.
Dufly B. J.
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By "lateral scour" we mean that type of soil erosion which is brought about by the tendency all rivers have to wash away their own banks. The observations recorded here were made the South Nyanza District, in approximately lat. 0° 50' S. long. 340 24' E. This is close to the point where the Kaniadoto ferry crosses the Kuja River.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XV (No. 1), p. 29-31