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A hierarchical cluster-based segmentation analysis of potential solid waste management health hazards in urban Ethiopia
Many interventions were sought in the past to address the human health and aquatic life implications associated with poor Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSWM) practices. Majority of such interventions failed to recognise ...
Regulatory and policy implications of sand mining along shallow waters of Njelele River in South Africa
The ever-increasing interest in mining of sand in shallow waters of many rural rivers on the one hand and the growing concern for the environment on the other underscore the need to develop better management policies that ...
Ecohydrological threats to Colophospermum mopane in southern Zimbabwe
Rapid ecohydrological changes in semi-arid landscapes are increasingly threatening humanity’s life-support systems and eroding many of the ecosystem services (ESs) upon which humans occupying such regions depend. Knowing ...