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Conceptualisation of the consequences of land use decisions on water resources in the central region of South Africa: an agent based modelling perspective
Over the past few decades, numerous researchers have improved measurements of land use change through representation of much more complex processes of land use and its impact on water resources. Understanding the causes ...
Environmental ethics and crime in the water affairs of the Wonderfontein Spruit Catchment, Gauteng, South Africa
This article provides an analysis of the water history regarding the Wonderfontein Spruit Catchment in the former Far West Rand in South Africa. The major scope for discussion is a short analysis of environmental ethics ...
A physical environmental management perspective on municipal water supply: proposals for Tlokwe City Council
All South Africans, especially, those involved with the development and management of its water resources should be aware that South Africa is generally an arid to semi-arid region, with an average rainfall of approximately ...