REVIEW AND UPDATE OF THE 1999 ECOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE-SENSITIVITY AND THE PRESENT ECOLOGICAL STATE (EIS/PES) OF SOUTH AFRICAN RIVERS INCLUDING EXPANSION TO PRIORITY TRIBUTATIES AND WETLANDS ACCORDING TO QUATERNARY CATCHMENTS
The purpose of this project is:
The appointment of professional service providers (PSP’s) to refine and update the ecological importance and sensitivity (EIS) and present ecological state (PES) of South African Quaternary catchment main stem rivers and to determine the EIS/PES for priority tributaries and wetlands according to quaternary catchments for each of the 19 Water Management Areas (WMA) within South Africa.
To address the current back logs related to Water Use License Applications (WULA) by conducting Reserves in priority quaternaries while at the same time providing additional information towards the EIS/PES refinement and update.
The project will be managed by the Chief Directorate: Resource Directed Measures (DWEA) with specialist input from the Directorate: Resource Quality Services.
Closing date: 30 September 2009
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