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Water Wheel Magazines 

The Water Wheel is a magazine aimed at improving general public understanding of science and technology. The Water Wheel has been in publication since 2002 with material being sourced from outside the WRC. Paid advertisements are also encouraged.  The Water Wheel is issued bi-monthly (6 editions per year). The WRC distributes copies to subscribers throughout South Africa and the SADC countries although there is an increasing emphasis on the electronic version. 

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.  For further information about subscriptions and advertising opportunities, contact the Editor: wweditor@wrc.org.za

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Research into ecological infrastructure steps up a gear
2016/05/24; Water Wheel Article
The art of learning - How science is assisting emerging farmers in Limpopo
2016/05/24; Water Wheel Article
The Lowveld's worst drought in 33 years? Understanding the long-term impacts
2016/05/24; Water Wheel Article
Corruption costing global water sector billions
2016/05/24; Water Wheel Article
Digital security - How safe are our water utilities?
2016/05/24; Water Wheel Article
Cooperating for the sake of water - The Israel experience
2016/05/24; Water Wheel Article
The Water Wheel May-June 2016
2016/05/19; Water Wheel Magazine
Towards building resilient landscapes
2016/05/19; Brief - Policy Brief
Review of Adopt-a-River programme
2016/05/19; Brief - Policy Brief
Improving wastewater treatment through stakeholder campaigns
2016/05/17; Brief - Policy Brief
Water use and socio-economic benefit of indigenous trees
2016/05/17; Brief - Policy Brief
Effectively monitoring waterlogging and salt accumulation on irrigation schemes
2016/05/17; Brief - Policy Brief
New guidelines for proposal preparation and submission
2016/05/03; Research Document
Groundwater yield-reliability analysis and operating rules for data
Authors: Odiyo JO; Makungo R; 2016/05/01; Research Report No.2157/1/16
The Design of a National Wetland Monitoring Programme Implementation Manual Volume 2
Authors: Wilkinson M; Mulders J; Mitchell S; Malia D; Danga L; 2016/05/01; Research Report No.2269/2/16
Tool to Estimate the Irrigation Water Use of Crops: Revised Edition – SAPWAT 4
Authors: Van Heerden PS; Walker S; 2016/05/01; Research Report No.TT 662/16
Strategic assessment and mapping of opportunities for water desalination and water use optimisation of concentrated solar power generation in South Africa
Authors: Govender M; Leyde S; Fischer T; Weston M; 2016/05/01; Research Report No.2382/1/16
Influence of phase separator design on the performance of UASB reactors treating municipal wastewater
Authors: Dos Santos SL; Chaves SRM; Van Haandel AC; 2016/04/29; Water SA Manuscript
Assessment of water quality based on diatom indices in a small temperate river system, Kowie River, South Africa
Authors: Dalu T; Bere T; Froneman PW; 2016/04/29; Water SA Manuscript
A spatial assessment of stream-flow characteristics and hydrologic alterations, post dam construction in the Manyame catchment, Zimbabwe
Authors: Mwedzi T; Katiyo L; Mugabe FT; Bere T; Bangira C; Mangadze T; Kupika OL; 2016/04/29; Water SA Manuscript
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