Komadugu Gana River

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Agbegbe mimu ti Odò Yobe

The Komadugu Beôeô River tábì odó Misau jẹ́ odò́ nì ílù Chad Basin nì árìwà Nigeria tì parapó mọ Yobe River nì Damasak, nì Mobbar agbègbè Ìjọba Borno State . [1] Ó selẹ̀ ní àríwá Bauchi . [2]

Gẹ́gẹ́bí ìjábọ̀ 2011 ńipasẹ̀ International Union fún Conservation of Nature, ṣíṣàn omi odò ýi kò dé Yóbè mọ́. [3]

A ṣe àwárí ọkọ̀ ojú omi Dufuna tí o jẹ́ ọdún 8,500 l'àkókò ìwakúsá nítòsí odò yí ní ọdún 1987 ní Ìjọba Ìpíilẹ̀ Fune. [4]

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  1. Mortimore, Michael. Adapting to Drought: Farmers, Famines, and Desertification in West Africa, p. 244 (1989)(note 3 notes that the Komadugu Gana joins the Yobe at Damasak)
  2. Oyebande, Lekan. Streamflow regime change and the ecological response in the Lake Chad basin in Nigeria, in Hydro-ecology: Linking Hydrology and Aquatic Ecology, p. 101, 104 (2001) (Acreman, M.C., ed.)
  3. Komadugu Yobe Basin,upstream of Lake Chad, Nigeria, WANI Case Study, IUCN, Report 2011-009
  4. (24 May 1998). 6,000-Year-Old Canoe To Be Removed, Associated Press