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An analysis of the impacts of human activities and management strategies on wetland processes in southern Zimbabwe.
Wetlands are one of the most productive ecosystems in the world, as they provide benefits to humans and the environment. Despite their value, wetlands are being degraded at an unprecedented rate. Whilst explanations have ...
Sustainable agriculture among subsistence farmers in Swaziland : a study of adoption and practice of conservation agriculture at Shewula.
The study comprises five separate but related research papers intended to document the introduction and adoption of conservation agriculture in Swaziland and the status of crop cultivation in this country. It further ...
Remote sensing of wetland tree species in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The impact of global change is expected to result in changes in the distribution and composition of species. Coastal swamp and mangrove forests are some of the most threatened forest types in the world. Remote sensing is ...
Motivations to engage in dark tourism : the case of selected sites in South Africa.
The aim of this study was to understand motivations to visit dark tourism sites, particularly, in South Africa and generally internationally. Dark tourism or tourism to places associated with death, pain and suffering is ...
Long-term and climatological studies on sulphur dioxide (SO²) using ground based and space-borne measurements over South Africa.
Abstract is available in the PDF file.
Intertidal salt-marsh foraminifera as sea-level indicators : lessons from the South African coastline.
Microfossils of the group foraminifera are widely used as robust, high-precision sea-level proxy indicators associated with salt marshes. These microfossils exhibit vertical zones related to elevation across the intertidal ...