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  • Phala, N; Garland, Rebecca M; Thambiran, Tirusha; Naidoo, M; Padayachi, Y (2012-10)
    Air pollution and the related health problems facing South Africa today are a unique blend of those faced by both developing and developed countries. Poor air quality is a concern in many parts of the country, potentially ...
  • Naidoo, M; Engelbrecht, F (2010-10)
    Within the context of climate change over southern Africa, little is understood about the potential local response of air quality to changes in the larger scale environment. Under future climate forcing, there may be ...
  • Vahed, A; Engelbrecht, F; Simonis, I; Naidoo, M; Sibolla, B; Van Zyl, T; McFerren, G (IIMC (International Information Management Corporation), 2012-05)
    Climate change poses a major threat to environmental sustainability. Africa in particular, is vulnerable with projected worsening food security, increased threats to public health, increased stress on surface water resources ...
  • Moselakgomo, M; Naidoo, M; Letebele, MO (2015-07)
    Poor urban traffic management such as poor intersection controls, congestions, illegal roadway blockages and construction works causes “stop-go” driving conditions with excessive idling resulting in wasted fuel and increased ...
  • Padayachi, YR; Thambiran, Tirusha; Naidoo, M; Garland, Rebecca M; Phala, N (National Association for Clean Air, 2014-10)
    A study of ozone monitoring data in Johannesburg highlighted that the city is frequently affected by high ozone episodes. There is limited knowledge about the chemical and meteorological drivers of these high ozone episodes ...
  • Naidoo, M (South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences, 2011-09)
    Currently little is understood about the potential local response of air quality to anthropogenically induced changes in the regional climate of southern Africa. Such changes are likely to influence the future transport ...
  • Naidoo, M; Engelbrecht, F (2011-10)
    Currently little is understood about the potential local response of air quality to anthropogenically induced changes in the regional climate of southern Africa. Such changes are likely to influence the future transport ...
  • Garland, Rebecca M; Naidoo, M (CSIR, 2014-01)
    Improving ambient air quality has proven to be a difficult task in South Africa and internationally, particularly for secondary pollutants. In order to achieve the goal of full compliance, a variety of regulatory tools are ...
  • Naidoo, M; Zunckel, M; John, J; Taviv, I (2006-10)
    Air quality data is currently collected, processed and archived by a number of independent institutes. No collaboration exists between these organisations and there is no provincial or national air quality data information ...
  • Garland, Rebecca M; Matooane, M; Engelbrecht, FM; Bopape, Mary-Jane M; Landman, WA; Naidoo, M; Van der Merwe, J; Wright, CY (MDPI, 2015-10)
    Regional climate modelling was used to produce high resolution climate projections for Africa, under a “business as usual scenario”, that were translated into potential health impacts utilizing a heat index that relates ...
  • Diab, RD; Naidoo, M; Zunckel, M; Carter, WS (2006-04)
    The analogy of a ‘giant natural photochemical reactor’ is extended in this paper to the central and southern African tropics, where tropospheric ozone enhancement occurs over a vast geographical area from the Congo to South ...
  • Sibolla, B; Vahed, A; Engelbrecht, F; Naidoo, M; Mtsetfwa, M; Simonis, I (EE Publishers, 2012-10)
    Climate change poses a major threat to environmental sustainability. In Africa, sectors which face projected vulnerability include, food security, public health and water resources. A general increase in extreme weather ...