Over the last three decades, a great number of contributions dealt with fluvial processes and sediments of the Namib Desert valleys and palaeoclimatic implications. Reconstruction of the fluvial style present during deposition of a fluvial sedimentary succession is a primary objective to solve the problems arising with palaeoclimatic interpretations. The fluvial style influences the relative proportion, internal arrangement and three-dimensional geometry of channel and overbank deposits (Tooth, 2009).