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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the integrated environment management procedure in the planning and management of water resources: Task 4: Environmental Atlas for the Sabie River catchment
Date Published:01/01/1994
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Water Resource Management/IWRM - Planning and development, Water Resource Management/IWRM - Catchment Management, Ecosystem - Biodiversity protection
Document Keywords:Policy and regulation, Environment
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Standard
WRC Report No:300/4/94
ISBN No:1-86845-052-X
ISBN Set No:1-86845-054-6
Authors:van Riet WF; Janse van Rensburg JD; Dreyer R; Slabbert S
Project Leader:WF v Riet & JD J v Rensburh
Project No:0300
Originator:WRC
Organizations:University of Pretoria; GisLAB
Document Size:407 KB
Attachments:300-4-94_CONTENTS.pdf
Related Documents:Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the integrated environmental management procedure in the planning and management of water resources: Task 2: GIS and hydrological modelling
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the integrated environmental management procedure in the planning and management of water resources: Task 3: Sabie River and Letaba River theoretical framework
Geographic information systems (GIS) and the integrated environmental management (IEM) procedure in the planning and management of water resources: Task 5: Environmental Atlas for the Letaba River catchment
Geographic information systems (GIS) and the integrated environmental management (IEM) procedure in the planning and management of water resources: Executive Summary
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