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A regularized course
The Verdon is fed by the abundant precipitations prevailing in the upper part of its basin. Nowadays, its floods are not very important because of their powerful regulation by a series of dams equipping the river's course. Its 1000-year floods, estimated at 1,200 m3/s, are incomparable with those of the neighboring Durance or Var. As for Verdon's maximum recorded daily flow, it reached 668 m3/s on November 6, 1994.
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