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Sustainable Use of South Africa's Inland Waters
Expanded Title:Opportunities and challenges in relation to methods and implementation of the Reserve in South Africa are identified. Issues relating to the background and implementation of the Reserve (Ecological and Basic Human Reserves) are discussed. The book offers ideas for the way forward, to resolve the challenges for South Africa. Dr Jackie King and Mr Harrison Pienaar are the editors of the book. In 8 chapters, the book c overed the following topics. PART 1: BACKGROUND 1 W ater supply and demand 2 Water Law in South Africa: from 1652 to 1998 and beyond. PART 2: IMPLEMENTATION 3 Institutional arrangements for protectionof aquatic ecosystems 4 Tools and procedures for Resource Directed Measures. 5 RDM and basic human needs. 6 Knowledge and skills development. 7 Giving effect to Resource Directed Measures. 8 The way forward.
Date Published:01/09/2011
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Water Resource Management/IWRM - Planning and development, Ecosystem - Biodiversity protection, Ecosystem - Invertebrates
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Technical
WRC Report No:TT 491/11
ISBN No:978-1-4312-0129-7
Authors:King J; Pienaar H
Project Leader:King J
Organizations:WWF; Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF); CSIR; Institute for Water Studies
Document Size:22 382 KB
Attachments:Appendix 2.1.pdf
Appendix 4.1.pdf
Appendix 4.2-4.3.pdf
Appendix 6.1.pdf
Appendix 7.1 WULA May 2006 1.ppt
Appendix 7.2 RDM process.ppt
Appendix 7.3 Reserve method flowcharts.xls
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