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Results 41-60 of 594.
Water resources and agricultural chemicals – what is the risk?
2015/12/07; Brief - Policy Brief
Frogs - South Africa's amazing aquatic animals
2015/11/04; Water Wheel Article
Towards building resilient landscapes by understanding and linking social networks and social capital to ecological infrastructure
Authors: O’Farrell P; Roux D; Fabricius C; Le Maitre D; Sitas N; Reyers B; Nel J; McCulloch S; Smith-Adao L; Roos A; Petersen C; Buckle T; Kotze I; Crisp A; Cundill G; Schachtschneider K; 2015/11/01; Research Report No.2267/1/15
Connectivity through allochthony: reciprocal links between adjacent aquatic
Authors: Richoux NB; Moyo S; Chari LD; Bergamino L; Carassou L; Dalu T; Hean JW; Sikutshwa L; Gininda S; Magoro M; Perhar G; Ni F; Villet M; Whitfield AK; Parker DM; 2015/11/01; Research Report No.2186/1/15
Development of a relative risk assessment framework to assess multiple stressors in the Klip river system
Authors: Wepener V; Dlamini P; O’Brien GC; Malherbe W; 2015/11/01; Research Report No.2204/1/15
The benthic regeneration of N and P in the Great Brak estuary, South Africa
Authors: Human LRD; Snow GC; Adams JB; Bate GC; 2015/10/29; Water SA Manuscript
A reduction in mining and industrial effluents in the Blesbokspruit Ramsar wetland, South Africa: Has the quality of the surface water in the wetland improved?
Authors: Ambani A-E; Annegarn H; 2015/10/29; Water SA Manuscript
The development of a classification system for inland aquatic ecosystems in South Africa
Authors: Ollis DJ; Ewart-Smith JL; Day JA; Job NM; Macfarlane DM; Snaddon CD; Sieben EJJ; Dini JA; Mbona N; 2015/10/29; Water SA Manuscript
Fish community of a small, temperate, urban river in South Africa
Authors: Muller C; Strydom NA; Weyl OLF; 2015/10/29; Water SA Manuscript
Prevalence of contaminants and metals in aquatic ecosystems in Durban area
2015/10/20; Brief - Technical Brief
Managing the lower Phongola river system
2015/10/20; Brief - Technical Brief
Improving our knowledge of South African pans (endorheic wetlands)
2015/10/20; Brief - Technical Brief
Wetlands management framework
2015/10/20; Brief - Technical Brief
Strengthening the ties between people, water and ecosystems through the restoration and management of ecological infrastructure (D&I)
Authors: Dini J; 2015/10/08; Conference Proceedings
miniSASS Data Management: Development of an online map-based data portal
Authors: Graham M; Bruton S; Gibixego A; 2015/10/01; Research Report No.TT 639/15
The Cape’s fynbos wetlands – then and now
2015/09/09; Water Wheel Article
The incredible platanna and its deadly legacy
2015/09/09; Water Wheel Article
New tools to determine the environmental health of wetlands
2015/08/11; Brief - Policy Brief
Impacts of fish on phosphorus budget dynamics of some SA reservoirs: evaluating prospects of ‘bottom up’ phosphorus reduction in eutrophic systems through fish removal (biomanipulation)
Authors: Hart RC; Harding WR; 2015/06/25; Water SA Manuscript
National wetland vegetation database: classification and analysis of wetland vegetation types for conservation planning and monitoring
2015/06/24; Research Report No.1980/1/14
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