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  • Taljaard, Susan; Slinger, JH; Morant, PD; Theron, AK; Van Niekerk, L; Van der Merwe, J (Elsevier, 2012-10)
    Over the last four decades the development of frameworks for integrated coastal management (ICM) and models for ICM implementation have received much attention from researchers and practitioners alike. This has resulted ...
  • Van Deventer, Heidi; Van Niekerk, L; Smith-Adao, L; Poole, CJ; Nel, J; Petersen, C; Collins, N (Water Research Commission (WRC), 2016-08)
    The current, nationwide drought has not only underlined the importance of water to South Africans, it has also emphasised the need to protect our freshwater ecosystems. The Third National Biodiversity Assessment – to be ...
  • Nel, JL; Le Maitre, David C; Nel, DC; Reyers, B; Archibald, S; Van Wilgen, BW; Forsyth, GG; Theron, AK; O'Farrell, PJ; Mwenge Kahinda, Jean-Marc; Engelbrecht, FA; Kapangaziwiri, Evison; Van Niekerk, L; Barwell, L (Public Library of Science, 2014-05)
    Communities worldwide are increasingly affected by natural hazards such as floods, droughts, wildfires and storm-waves. However, the causes of these increases remain underexplored, often attributed to climate changes or ...
  • Taljaard, Susan; Whitfield, AK; Bate, GC; Adams, JB; Cowdely, PD; Froneman, PW; Gama, PT; Strydom, NA; Theron, AK; Turpie, JK; Van Niekerk, L; Wooldridge, TH (Inderscience, 2012-06)
    Research in South African temporarily open/closed estuaries that includes studies on the hydrodynamics, sediment dynamics, acronutrients, microalgae, macrophytes, zoobenthos, hyperbenthos, zooplankton, ichthyoplankton, ...
  • Van Deventer, Heidi; Cho, Moses A; Lück-Vogel, Melanie; Van Niekerk, L (EE Publishers, 2016-07)
    Wetland and estuarine vegetation is often difficult to detect and separate from adjacent land covers with multispectral sensors for a number of reasons. The spatial resolution of space-borne sensors is often insufficient ...