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  • Grindley, JR (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1982-12)
    This report provides historical information on Eerste River, catchment, abiotic and biotic characteristics. The Eerste River rises on Dwarsberg 60 km east of Cape Town as the head of Jonkershoek. The river catchment covers ...
  • Grindley, JR (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1985-03)
    The report entails available historical information on Knysna estuary and abiotic and biotic characteristics found in the estuary are presented. The Knysna system is commonly referred to as a lagoon but it may also correctly ...
  • Grindley, JR; Dudley, S (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1988-05)
    The Diep River/ Rietvlei system can be divided into four clearly definable components: the catchment and Diep River down to its lower reaches where it enters the vlei system, the shallow areas of Rietvlei, the deeper dredged ...
  • Baird, D; Hanekom, NM; Grindley, JR (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1986-01)
    The Swartkops Estuary is an exceptionally valuable environment feature for the Port Elizabeth metropolitan area. Just as Cape Town has Table mountain, so Port Elizabeth has the Swartkops Estuary as a natural area. Despite ...
  • Sinclair, SA; Lane, SB; Grindley, JR (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1986-12)
    In this report available historical information on the Verlorenvlei Estuaries is presented. Verlorenvlei and its environs form a unique natural assts which should be conserved for the use and enjoyment of the generations. ...