Summary of Results of the Atumatak Experiments

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1979
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Edwards K.A
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The Atumatak catchment experiment in Uganda was fraught with difficulty from its inception, largely due to its remote location And the problems of conducting hydrological research in semi-arid areas. The silt-laden streams were almost impossible to gauge accurately and different approaches were made to solve the problem of silting at the 3auging structures. None of the attempted solutions was entirely satisfactory and. consequently, the stream flow records have been unusually difficult to interpret.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 43 (Special Issue), p. 224-224
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