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Approximate water balance for natural runoff in the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009, after ORASECOM 2007f
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Distribution of cultivated land in the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Irrigated areas downstream of Hardap Dam are indicated in red.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Irrigation close to the Naute Dam is indicated in red.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Major hydroelectric power generation dams in the basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Protected areas in the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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The major water transfer schemes of the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009, adapted from UNDP/GEF 2008
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Katse Dam, Lesotho is the keystone in the Lesotho Highlands Water Project.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Vanderkloof Dam, on the Orange-Senqu River, has the largest dam wall in South Africa, at 108m.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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The Vaal Dam is located approximately 70 km south of Johannesburg.
Source:Hatfield Consultants 2009
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The Bloemhof Dam provides water to users in the Lower Vaal region.
Source:Hatfield Consultants 2009
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Distribution of small-scale water supply schemes in Lesotho.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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The Stampriet Artesian Basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009, adapted from UNDP 2009
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Distirbution of major irrigation schemes in the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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The Vanderkloof to Riet and Riet river canals, supplying water for irrigation and domestic use.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Future water infrastructure planned throughout the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Phase II of the LHWP expands the current capacity with an additional dam and transfers.
Source:Hatfield 2009
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Department of Water Affairs (DWA), South Africa surface water monitoring sites in the Orange-Senqu River basin.
Source:DWA South Africa 2009
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