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Results 101-120 of 160.
The effects of stream flow manipulation on the invertebrate hosts of malaria, bilharzia and liver fluke disease.and liver fluke disease.
Authors: Quayle LM; Appleton CC; Dickens CWS; 2010/06/22; Research Report No.TT456-10
Integrated management of water hyacinth in South Africa
Authors: Byrne M; Hill JM; Robertson M; King A; Katembo N; Wilson J; Brudvig R; Fisher J; Jadhav A; 2010/06/19; Research Report No.TT 454-10
Compiling vegetation data in wetlands in Kwazulu-Natal, Free State and Mpumalanga, providing minimum data requirements and a sampling protocol
Authors: Sieben EJJ; 2010/06/01; Research Report No.KV 258-10
All eyes on Olifants as experts search for answers
2010/05/13; Water Wheel Article
River health - What are the symptoms
2010/05/13; Water Wheel Article
Life-history traits of Streptocephalus purcelli Sars, 1898 (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) from temporary waters with different phenology
Authors: De Roeck ER; Waterkeyn A; Brendonck L; 2010/04/28; Water SA Manuscript
Ecological impacts of small dams on South African rivers Part 1: Drivers of change – water quantity and quality
Authors: Mantel SK; Hughes DA; Muller NWJ; 2010/04/28; Water SA Manuscript
Ecological impacts of small dams on South African rivers Part 2: Biotic response – abundance and composition of macroinvertebrate communities
Authors: Mantel SK; Muller NWJ; Hughes DA; 2010/04/28; Water SA Manuscript
Investigating the applicability of ecological informatics modelling algal blooms in hypertrophic reservoirs of South Africa
Authors: Van Ginkel CE; du Plessis S; Bezuidenhout JJ; 2010/04/19; Research Report
Ecohydraulics for South African rivers: A review and guide
Authors: James CS; King JM; 2010/04/01; Research Report No.TT 453-10
WET-RehabMethods national guidelines and methods for wetland rehabilitation
Authors: Russell W; Sieben E; Braack M; Ellery W; Kotze D; Mitchell S; Brooker C; Breen C; 2010/03/25; Research Report No.TT 341/09
A method for assessing cumulative impacts on wetland functions at the catchment or landscape scale
Authors: Ellery W; Grenfell,S; Grenfell M; Jaganath C; Malan H; Kotze D; 2010/03/25; Research Report No.TT 437/09
Assessment of the environmental condition, ecosystem service provision and sustainability of use of two wetlands in the Kamiesberg uplands
Authors: Kotze D; Malan H; Ellery W; Samuels I ; Saul L ; 2010/03/25; Research Report No.TT439/09
Wetland valuation Vol I - wetland ecosystem services and their valuation: a review of current understanding and practice
Authors: Turpie J ; Lannas K; Scovronick N; Louw A; Malan H; 2010/03/25; Research Report No.TT440/09
Aquatic invertebrates as indicators of human impacts in South African wetlands
Authors: Bird M; Malan H; 2010/03/25; Research Report No.TT 435-09
Aquatic invertebrates as indicators of human impacts in South African wetlands
Authors: Bird M; 2010/03/01; Research Report No.TT 435/09
A method for assessing cumulative impacts on wetland functions at the catchment or landscape scale
Authors: Ellery W; Grenfell,S; Grenfell M; Jaganath C; Malan H; Kotze D; 2010/03/01; Research Report No.TT 437/09
Turning up the heat: Research project investigates water temperature effects on freshwater systems
2010/01/12; Water Wheel Article
Characterisation of the social and economic value of the use and associated conservation of the yellowfishes in the Vaal river
Authors: Brand M; Maina J; Mander M; O’Brien G; 2009/10/30; Research Report No.KV 226-09
Assessing river health programme research
2009/10/30; Brief - Technical Brief
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