Anambra River

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Ọmambala River
Native nameOsimiri Ọmambala
Location
CountryNigeria
StateAnambra State
Local Government AreasAnambra East, Anambra West, Ayamelum
Physical characteristics
MouthNiger River
 • location
Onịcha, Onịcha úgwú, Anambra State
Length256 km (159 mi)
Basin size2,751 sq mi (7,130 km2)[1]
Discharge 
 • locationOnịcha

The Ọmambala River flows 210 kilometres (130 mi) into the Niger River and is found in Anambra, Nigeria. The river is the most important feeder of the River Niger below Lokoja. The flow of the Ọmambala River is released into the Atlantic through various outlets forming the 25,000-square-kilometre (9,700 sq mi) Niger Delta region.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anyadike, Raymond N. C.; Phil-Eze, Phillip O. (1989). "Runoff Response to Basin Parameters in Southeastern Nigeria". Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography. Blackwell Publishing. 71 (1–2): 75. JSTOR 521009.
  2. ^ Shahin, Mamdouh (2002). Hydrology and water resources of Africa. Springer. pp. 307–309. ISBN 1-4020-0866-X.