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An assessment of satellite derived total evaporation data as a data source to the ACRU hydrological model.
Hydrological models and tools are often used as decision support systems to inform water resources management. The successful application of these systems is largely dependent on the quality of data being incorporated into ...
Impact of SOx and NOx deposition on the leaching behaviour of soils and water quality in the South African highveld.
Atmospheric emissions of sulphur and nitrogen oxides lead to the formation of acid rain, which, when deposited, can result in soil and water acidification. Cases of soil and water acidification have been reported in temperate ...
The effect of spatial resolution in remote sensing estimates of total evaporation in the uMgeni catchment.
The estimation of total evaporation plays a vital role in water resources monitoring and management, especially in water-limited environments. In South Africa, the increasing water demand, due to population growth and ...
Hydrological connectivity in selected pristine catchments in the Kruger National Park.
The understanding of interactions between hydrological processes is essential, especially in water limited ecosystems in semi-arid environments. It is through this understanding that informed planning and management decisions ...