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Author Grodek, T.; Enzel, Y.; Morin, E.; Jacoby, Y.; Dahan, O.; Benito, G.; Külls, C.; Geller, A.; Van Langenhove, G.; Seely, M. openurl 
  Title Flood hydrology, flood routing, paleohydrology and the estimation of water resources along the shallow alluvial aquifers of the Kuiseb River, Namibia Type Journal Article
  Year 2008 Publication Abstracts-Israel Geological Society Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume (down) 2008 Issue Pages 37  
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  Call Number IHF @ info @ Serial 1053  
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Author Mueller, M.H.; Alaoui, A.; Kuells, C.; Leistert, H.; Meusburger, K.; Stumpp, C.; Weiler, M.; Alewell, C. openurl 
  Title Tracking water pathways in steep hillslopes by δ 18 O depth profiles of soil water Type Journal Article
  Year 2014 Publication Journal of Hydrology Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume (down) 519 Issue Pages 340-352  
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  Publisher Elsevier Place of Publication Editor  
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  Call Number IHF @ info @ mueller2014tracking Serial 1234  
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Author Morin, E.; Grodek, T.; Dahan, O.; Benito, G.; Kulls, C.; Jacoby, Y.; Van Langenhove, G.; Seely, M.; Enzel, Y. openurl 
  Title Flood routing and alluvial aquifer recharge along the ephemeral arid Kuiseb River, Namibia Type Journal Article
  Year 2009 Publication Journal of Hydrology Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume (down) 368 Issue 1 Pages 262-275  
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  Call Number IHF @ info @ morin2009flood Serial 1221  
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Author Klaus, J.; Külls, C.; Dahan, O. openurl 
  Title Evaluating the recharge mechanism of the Lower Kuiseb Dune area using mixing cell modeling and residence time data Type Journal Article
  Year 2008 Publication Journal of Hydrology Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume (down) 358 Issue 3-4 Pages 304-316  
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  Abstract A mixing cell approach was extended by a method incorporating mean cell residence times derived from C-14 to further constrain and validate the modeling results. This extended approach was used to model the groundwater system of the Lower Kuiseb Dune area in Namibia. The Kuiseb river is a 560 km long ephemeral river that crosses the Namib Desert from east to west. Transmission losses from the riverbed during flood events are an important source of groundwater recharge to the underlying aquifer system. The Lower Kuiseb area is located in a hyper and region with annual precipitation less than 25 mm/yr. Hydrochemical data from 13 wells in the area were used in the mixing cell model (MCM). End members were identified as sources for the groundwater found in the Lower Kuiseb, including inflow from the crystalline basement plateau north of the Kuiseb as well as floodwater from the Kuiseb river. A conceptual groundwater recharge and flow model was developed, and then inverse mixing cell modeling was carried out using hydrochemical tracers. This approach generally allows for several possible solutions. After completing the inverse modeling, a forward mixing cell model was developed by varying the mean residence time of each cell to fit calculated C-14 data to the measured C-14 data. This new approach joins previously developed methods solely based on conservative mixing or residence time optimization. Based on the results of the model. the fraction of floodwater in different sections of the Lower Kuiseb groundwater systems was calculated, ranging from 61% to 98.2%. In addition to floodwater, groundwater inflow from the crystalline basement north of the Kuiseb was shown to contribute to the Lower Kuiseb aquifer, accounting for salinization during periods without flooding. (c) 2008 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.  
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Author Klock, H.; Kulls, C.; Udluft, P. openurl 
  Title 1 Quantification of Groundwater Recharge-Estimating recharge values using hydrochemical and geological data: A case study from the semiarid Kalahari catchment of northern Namibia Type Journal Article
  Year 2001 Publication IAHS Publications-Series of Proceedings and Reports-Intern Assoc Hydrological Sciences Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume (down) 269 Issue Pages 25-32  
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  Call Number IHF @ info @ klock20011 Serial 1223  
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