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    • Baseline assessment of the density and diversity of birds around Matimba and Medupi power station 

      Muyemeki, Luckson (2015)
      Bird populations are changing at unprecedented rates in response to human-induced changes to the global environment, and these rates of change are expected to accelerate over the coming decades. Changes in the levels of ...
    • The effect of rapid thermal annealing on sputtered Pt and Pt3Pd2 thin film electrocatalysts for aqueous SO2 electro-oxidation 

      Falch, A.; Kotzé, H.S.; Kriek, R.J.; Lates, V.A. (Springer, 2016)
      Insight into the effect that rapid thermal annealing (RTA) has on the structural and electrochemical characteristics of sputtered Pt and Pt3Pd2 thin film electrocatalysts is communicated. The DC magnetron sputtered thin ...
    • Influence of SO2 fumigation on growth, photosynthesis, lipoxygenase and peroxidase activities of soybean (Glycine max), in open–top chambers 

      Lindeque, Susan (North-West University, 2012)
      Air pollutant exposure poses a health risk to humans and impacts negatively on agriculture. High levels of air pollution resulted in extensive crop damage and yield reduction in Europe and USA. The Highveld region in South ...
    • Separation of SO2/O2 using membrane technology 

      Hlabano-Moyo, Bongibethu Msekeli (North-West University, 2013)
      The Hybrid Sulphur process is one technology out of a multitude of known technologies responsible for hydrogen production. Within the latter hydrogen production cycle, it is pivotal to recover O2 as a by-product from a ...
    • SO2 - an indirect source of energy 

      Kriek, R.J.; Van Ravenswaay, J.P.; Potgieter, M.; Calitz, A.; Lates, V. (Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM), 2013)
      Global sulphur dioxide (SO ) emissions peaked around the mid- 1970s, after which they declined. However, with the growth of specifically China, emissions are on the rise again. In 2008, global anthropogenic SO emissions ...
    • SO2 – an indirect source of energy 

      Kriek, R.J.; Van Ravenswaay, M.; Potgieter, A.; Calitz, V.; Lates, M.E. (Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM), 2013)
      Global sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions peaked around the mid-1970s, after which they declined. However, with the growth of specifically China, emissions are on the rise again. In 2008, global anthropogenic SO2 emissions ...
    • Upscaling of a sulphur dioxide depolarized electrolyzer 

      Coetzee, Morné Pieter (North-West University, 2012)
      In the last couple of years there has been a great need for finding alternative, cleaner burning fuel sources. This search has led to the development of various hydrogen technologies. The reason for this is that when burnt, ...