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Title: Atmospheric pollution and its implications in the Eastern Transvaal highveld
Authors: Tyson, PD
Kruger, FJ
Louw, CW
Keywords: SANSP
Atmospheric pollution
Eastern Transvaal Highveld
ETH
Dispersion climatology
Pollutants
Issue Date: Apr-1988
Publisher: National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR
Citation: Tyson, PD, Kruger, FJ and Louw, CW. 1988. Atmospheric pollution and its implications in the Eastern Transvaal highveld. National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, SANSP Report 150, pp 123
Series/Report no.: CSIR
Abstract: This report is a review of available information on the dispersion climatology, the degree of atmospheric pollution and the various impacts of that pollution on man and environment in the Eastern Transvaal Highveld (ETH) and adjacent regions. It was prepared for the information of the scientific community, for the authorities involved with the control and abatement of atmospheric pollution, and for all those anxious to see that the ETH and adjacent environments are not being despoiled by man's activities. The report concludes that climatic conditions in the ETH are highly adverse for dispersion of atmospheric pollutants. Relatively high levels of some pollutants occur under certain circumstances. These observations and the known adverse effects of these pollutants elsewhere in the world indicate a high risk for an adverse impact of atmospheric pollution in the ETH and adjacent regions. It is therefore imperative that future planning and management strategies to achieve an acceptable level of atmospheric pollution be based on a conservative and cautious policy. Once damaged on a systematic and large scale, the environment will take a long time to recover
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2376
ISBN: 0 7988 4134 6
Appears in Collections:South African national scientific programmes
General science, engineering & technology

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