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  • Holtman, B (Monitoring South Africa, 2008-01-18)
    Barbara Holtman is leader of the CSIR Crime prevention research group. This is a group that is responsible for support of criminal justice systems, a group working with government safety strategies and crime prevention ...
  • Wessels, Konrad J (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2009-03)
    There is an urgent need for a quantitative, repeatable measure of land degradation and remote sensing provides the only viable option at a regional to global scale. It is therefore commendable that Bai et al. (2008) attempted ...
  • Burke, Michael (ACM Digital Library, 2017-10)
    Machine learning models trained using images can be used to generate image overlays by investigating which image areas contribute the most towards model outputs. A common approach used to accomplish this relies on blanking ...
  • Wen, L; Liang, J; Liu, C-M; Chen, J; Luo, Hongze (ECS, 2016-11)
    Spinel Li(sub4)Ti(sub5)O(sub12) has been considered as a promising anode material to substitute graphite in lithium ion batteries (LIBs) for large scale electrical energy storage due to its high safety and long cycling ...
  • Medina IV, PA; Zheng, H; Fahlman, BD; Annamalai, P; Swartbooi, A; Le Roux, Lukas J; Mathe, MK (SpringerOpen, 2015-10)
    In this paper, the authors report the synthesis of a Li4Ti5O12/Graphene Nanoribbons (LTO/GNRs) composite using a solid-coating method. Electron microscope images of the LTO/GNRs composite have shown that LTO particles were ...
  • Tucker, KC (2007-08)
    This presentation looks at how people can change the world, and what kind of world do people want. The value of Libre Knowledge is discussed in terms of environmental issues, conservation, sustainable development, biodiversity, ...
  • Tucker, K (2007-09)
    This presentation looks at global issues like conservation, biodiversity, sustainable development, and climate change just to name a few, and the question is, what can be done about it in terms of collective knowledge, ...
  • Tucker, KC (2006-10)
    It is affirmed that FOSS/OC help achieve these objectives by contributing to socioeconomic development nationally, regionally and internationally in significant ways that other technologies and forms of content do not. It ...
  • Tucker, K (2007-09)
    This presentation discusses open education resources, educational projects in rural areas, enabling communities to empower themselves with knowledge etc. The MobilED (mobile education) initiative is aimed at designing ...
  • Venkataraman, S (2008-05)
    This is a presentation of the CSIR's work on LIDAR and atmospere remote sensing, presented at the Reunion-South Africa workshop.
  • Venkataraman, S (2009-04)
    This is a presentation of the CSIR's work on LIDAR and atmospere remote sensing
  • Sivakumar, V; Moema, D; Bollig, C; Sharma, Ameeth; Mbatha, N; Malinga, S; Mengistu, G; Bencherif, H; Keckhut, P (2008-11)
    This paper describes the LIDAR for atmosphere research over Africa and current initiatives being undertaken in South Africa. A mobile LIDAR system is being developed at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research ...
  • Sivakumar, V; Bencherif, H; Faduilhe, D (6th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 2006-07)
    The prevailing convective activity over tropics and subtropical regions acts as an important source for the generation of GW. Reunion Island (21°S, 55°E) is located in sub-tropics where a large number of convective phenomena ...
  • Prasanth, PV; Sivakumar, V; Sridharan, S; Kumar, YB; Bencherif, H; Rao, DN (Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences Union., 2009-10)
    In this paper, researchers present seasonal and nocturnal variations of mesospheric sodium (Na) layer parameters observed over Gadanki (13.5° N, 79.2° E), based on 166 nights during the period from January 2005 to December ...
  • Venkataraman, S (SPIE, 2008)
    Two laser-radar systems in South Africa offer great potential to characterize the region's atmospheric particulate matter and pollutants. Lasers offer great advantages over conventional light sources in terms of peak power ...
  • Muswelanto, S (SAOUG - South African Online User Group, 2008-06-04)
    CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), is a leading scientific and technology research, development and implementation organisation in Africa. Employees are provided with a number of career options, and ...
  • Ampofo-Anti, N (CSIR, 2008-11)
    The inordinate quantities of resources used and pollution released by construction products identify construction as a critical sector for a paradigm shift in consumption and production approaches. The Life Cycle Assessment ...
  • Mashoko, L; Mbohwa, C; Thomas, VM (Elsevier, 2013-01)
    The South African sugar industry has a potential for cogeneration of steam and electricity using bagasse. The sugar industry has the potential to generate about 960 MW per year from bagasse based on the average of 20 million ...
  • Anochie-Boateng, Joseph K; Sampson, L; Agyekum, P; Ampadu, KO (2017-05)
    teep hill sections of low-volume (i.e. feeder) roads in Ghana are at high risk of slope failure, erosion, and drainage-related problems that ultimately affect the rural communities in respect of traffic delays, safety, ...
  • Vogel, JC; Fuls, A (South African Journal of Science, 2005-01)
    Radiocarbon analyses on 16 specimens of the Leadwood tree, Combretum imberbe, showed that they live for several hundred years. The oldest specimen was more than 1000 years old when it died and had an extremely slow radial ...