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Borders of Cameroon: Cameroon - Central African Republic Border, Cameroon - Equatorial Guinea Border, Cameroon - Republic of the Congo Border

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Published June 14th 2010
ISBN : 9781158176526
Paperback
48 pages
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Cameroon - Central African Republic Border, Cameroon -MorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Cameroon - Central African Republic Border, Cameroon - Equatorial Guinea Border, Cameroon - Republic of the Congo Border, Cameroon-chad Border, Cameroon-gabon Border, Cameroon-nigeria Border, Territorial Disputes of Cameroon, Bakassi, Lake Chad, Ambazonia, Bight of Bonny, Boki, Nigeria, Dja River, Chari River, Sangha River, Logone River, Lake Fianga, Mont Ngaoui, Ana River, Ntem River, Donga River. Excerpt: Lake Chad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lake Chad is located mainly in the far west of Chad, bordering on northeastern Nigeria. The Chari River, fed by its tributary the Logone provides over 90 percent of Lake Chads water, with a small amount coming from the Yobe River in Nigeria/Niger. Despite high levels of evaporation the lake is still freshwater. Over half of the lakes area is taken up by its many small islands, reedbeds and mudbanks, and a belt of swampland across the middle divides the northern and southern halves while the shorelines are largely composed of marshes. Because Lake Chad is very shallowonly 10.5 metres (34 ft) at its deepestits area is particularly sensitive to small changes in average depth, and consequently it also shows seasonal fluctuations in size of about 1m every year. Lake Chad has no apparent outlet, but its waters percolate into the Soro and Bodl depressions. The climate is dry most of the year round with occasional rains from June to October. Lake Chad in a 2001 satellite image, with the actual lake in blue, and vegetation on top of the old lake bed in green. Above that, the changes from 1973 to 1997 are shown. The same changes marked more clearly on another mapLake Chad gave its name to the country of Chad. The name Chad is a local word meaning large expanse of water, in other words, a lake. La... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=59314