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Investigating the applicability of ecological informatics modelling algal blooms in hypertrophic reservoirs of South Africa
Expanded Title:Potable drinking water facilities often wait for problems to occur before they initiate interventions to protect users from exposure to potentially toxic events in hypertrophic impoundments. This lack of decision support tools to managers, to be prepared to managing cyanobacteria and algae bloom events, has been a problem throughout South Africa and especially at smaller drinking water facilities. The Ecological Society of America has decided in 2004 that uniformity and training in such tools, namely ecological informatics, is one of the main aims of the society.
Date Published:19/04/2010
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Ecosystem - Biodiversity protection, Ecosystem - Invertebrates, Ecosystem - Biomonitoring, Drinking water - Water treatment
Document Keywords:Environment, Health, Nutrient Management, Surface Water, Pollution control
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Technical
ISBN No:978-1-77005-953-5
Authors:Van Ginkel CE; du Plessis S; Bezuidenhout JJ
Project Leader:van Ginkel CE
Project No:K5/1675
Originator:WRC
Organizations:Crypsis Environmental Consulting; North West University
Document Size:3 056 KB
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