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  • Ashton, PJ; Turton, AR; Roux, DJ (2006-12)
    Most modern approaches to water resource management acknowledge that the entire river basin or catchment should form the basic management unit if water resources are to be managed effectively and efficiently. In addition, ...
  • Turton, AR; Schultz, C; Buckle, H; Kgomongoe, M; Malungani, T; Drackner, M (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2006-06)
    Johannesburg is an unusual city because it is one of the few major cities of the world that does not lie on a river, a lake or a seafront. Since the discovery, of gold in 1886, Johannesburg has grown from a dusty mining ...
  • Patrick, MJ; Turton, AR (2006-10)
    The effective governance of transboundary waters requires an integrated and interdisciplinary approach. In order to make sense of the complexity of systems, such as transboundary river basins, there has been a legacy of ...
  • Kgathi, DL; Kniveton, D; Ringrose, S; Turton, AR; Van der Post, CHM; Lundqvist, J; Seely, M (Elsevier Science BV, 2006-04)
    The Okavango basin comprises the Cuito and Cubango active catchment areas in Angola, in addition to the Kavango-Okavango non-active catchment in northern Namibia and Botswana. The Okavango River water and its ecosystem ...
  • Patrick, M; Turton, AR (2006-10)
    The effective governance of transboundary waters requires an integrated and interdisciplinary approach. In order to make sense of the complexity of systems, such as transboundary river basins, there has been a legacy of ...
  • Patrick, MJ; Turton, AR; Julien, F (Company of Biologists Ltd, 2006)
    Literature suggests a linkage between internationally shared water resources and conflict potential. Anthony R. Turton, Marian J. Patrick and Frederic Julien examine transboundary water resource management in southern ...
  • Hattingh, J; Maree, GA; Ashton, PJ; Leaner, JJ; Turton, AR (IWA Publishing, 2007)
    The International Symposium on Ecosystem Governance held in South Africa during 2005 enabled scientists from several disciplines to debate issues relating to governance. The symposium provided an opportunity to explore the ...