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  • Wright, C; Walls, EJ; De J Carneiro, D (Elsevier Science BV, 2000-07)
    Analysis of the refracted arrivals on a seismic reflection profile recorded along the wall of a tunnel at an iron mine near Thabazimbi, South Africa, shows variations in P-wave velocity in dolomite away from the de-stressed ...
  • Wright, C; Albers, P (2011-09)
    While some sun exposure induces a sense of well-being and synthesis of vitamin D excess sun exposure has been associated with skin cancer, immune suppression and ocular cataracts. In South Africa, approximately 30% of all ...
  • Archer van Garderen, Emma RM; Engelbrecht, F; Landman, W; Le Roux, Alize; Van Huyssteen, E; Fatti, C; Vogel, C; Akoon, I; Maserumule, R; Colvin, C; Le Maitre, David C; Lotter, D; Olwoch, J; Wright, C; Meyer, AA; Theron, A; Diedericks, G; Maherry, A; Rossouw, M; Midgley, G; Davis, C; Stevens, N; Sinden, L-A; Warburton, M; Nkambule, C (Department of Science and Technology, 2010-04)
    The South African Risk and Vulnerability Atlas was conceived and designed with the intent of providing up to date information for key sectors to support strategy development in the areas of risk and vulnerability. This ...
  • Albers, P; Olwoch, J; Wright, C (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    A South African Pedestrian Environment Assessment Tool has been created and piloted as a first step towards a holistic approach to improve the pedestrian environment
  • John, J; Matooane, M; Oosthuizen, R; Wright, C (2008-11)
    The Environmental Health Research Group has, amongst other interests, a specific focus on understanding and addressing vulnerability of communities to environmental pollution. No appropriate tools to determine vulnerability ...
  • Wright, C (2009)
    This article asks just how harmful are our solar UV rays? It explains what previous researches tell us about how much UV radiation our children are likely to receive and what are the health risks.