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The diatoms of the Western Cape and their use in monitoring wetland water quality
(North-West University (South Africa), 2016)
South Africa’s water resources are limited and, in global terms, scarce. The demand for water is, however, growing continuously due to population growth, a developing economy, global warming, the spreading of alien plant ...
Diatom diversity and response to water quality within the Makuleke Wetlands and Lake Sibaya
(North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2017)
All forms of life are dependent on water for survival. South Africa is a water scare country, due to seasonal rainfall and high temperatures, thus it is important to manage water resources in such a way that it benefits ...
An integrated rainfall-runoff water quality model in a mine impacted karst environment
(North-West University (South Africa), 2019)
A fully distributed rainfall-runoff model was developed for the Wonderfonteinspruit catchment (± 1 600 km2), in order to accurately determine the rainfall-runoff and mass transport model’s hydrological components that may ...