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Epidemiology and molecular identification and characterization of mycoplasma pneumoniae, South Africa, 2012-2015. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention., 2018)Abstract available in pdf.
Influence of rainfall on quality of service at multilane roundabouts and its time headway implications. (2018)Roundabouts, or traffic circles as they are often called in South Africa, are priority intersections with a unique yield rule. Drivers approaching the roundabout must give way to those that are already circulating the ...
A comparative study between the neutralizing capabilities of fly ash and green liquor dregs with acid mine drainage. (2018)In South Africa, acid mine drainage (AMD) is a huge problem and arises when sulphide-bearing materials become exposed to oxygen and water. AMD formation is catalysed by mining and mineral extraction activities. The AMD ...
Academic information needs and information-seeking behaviour of Haythorne Secondary grade eight learners using the Msunduzi Woodlands Branch Public Library, Pietermaritzburg. (2017)Information is an essential ingredient for a socially and economically engaged democracy in any community. The changes and advancements in the educational system and the lack of school libraries have resulted in a paradigm ...
Understanding the effects of changing climate and land use on woody plant encroachment in South African grasslands and savannas. (2017)The increase in dominance of woody species, observed in many grasslands and savannas worldwide, highlights the sensitivity of woody herbaceous biomass ratios to changed environmental conditions. While the major factors ...