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Using spectral and textural information to detect and map Parthenium hysterophorus L. in Mtubatuba, South Africa.
Parthenium hysterophorus L. (parthenium) is an alien invasive species that has had severe environmental and human impacts in three continents. Sustainable management and control of the invasive species requires an understanding ...
Sediment dynamics and provenance of hydrologic and vegetation signals of the Mzimvubu Catchment, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Southern Africa has a high vulnerability to future climate change, therefore realiable and comprehensive information on local hydrological, vegetation and sediment processes are crucial for future ...
Mapping land degradation using remote sensing data and an unsupervised clustering algorithm in the eThekwini Metropolitan Area.
Land degradation is a major environmental problem facing South Africa and many other countries around the world. For proper management and adoption of best rehabilitation strategies, a compendious regional-scale assessment ...
Developers versus Ratepayers? : contravening land use, zoning and development controls in Berea, Durban.
Land use has been and continues to be a subject of conflict, conquest, and expropriation. The demand for urban space for residential occupation has resulted in the creation of high-rise structures proliferating in number ...
Revisiting the dendroclimatological potential of Afrocarpus falcatus, South Africa.
Abstract available in pdf.
Assessing the utility of Landsat 8 multispectral sensor and the MaxEnt species distribution model to monitor Uromycladium acaciae damage in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
South Africa has approximately 1.27 million hectares of plantation forests, with the forestry industry contributing 1% to the state’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). A major threat to the industry is an escalating number ...