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Heavy rains fell across southern Africa in early 2011. By early February, river flooding in South Africa alone had killed 91 people and caused over $100 million in damage, the United Nations stated. ...

2. SCAR King George Island GIS Watercourses Data [SCAR_KGIS_watercourses]
Watercourses data (streams, rivers, and creeks) for King George Island, Antarctica. The data set was compiled for Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research's King George Island GIS (SCAR KGIS) project.

3. Envirodat Water Quality Monitoring Database for B.C. and Yukon, Canada [Canada_EC_EnvirodatBCYukon]
The B.C. and Yukon Water Quality Monitoring Network presently consists of 36 long-term ambient water quality monitoring stations on rivers in British Columbia, and 5 stations on rivers ...

4. Sea level rise scenarios from NASA SRTM datasets [SLRS_KCL]
This is an inundation analysis based on the CSI-corrected 90m SRTM V3 data available here coupled with the coastlines and water body dataset derived from the NASA SRTM Water Body dataset. The water ...

5. Sea Level Rise Impacts on Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance [CIESIN_SEDAC_LECZ_RAMSAR]
The Sea Level Rise Impacts on Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance data set represents the results of an analysis using the boundaries for Ramsar sites designated under the Ramsar Convention ...

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