C. Roberts's scientific contributions

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... The area is classified as semiarid and is divided into a wet season (November-April) and a dry season (May-October). Mean annual rainfall is 40 0-50 0 mm, mostly falling in the wet season ( Mendelsohn et al. 2002 ). Borehole water is often pumped to the surface for livestock and wildlife as there are few natural permanent water sources that hold water year-round. ...
... The location of the studied water reuse system is in the town of Outapi in central northern Namibia (Figure 1). Because of its arid climate, Namibia has no permanently water-bearing rivers except for its border rivers in the south (Oranje) and north (Kunene, Okavango, Linyanti and Zambesi) [45]. Central northern Namibia is characterised by the Etosha pan, a drainless pan measuring 120 × 50 km. ...