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Title: Swartvlei (CMS11)
Authors: Whitfield, AK
Allanson, BR
Heinecken, TJE
Keywords: Estuaries - South African estuaries
Estuarine system
Cape estuaries
Coastal research
Swartvlei estuary
Winding estuary
CSIR
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
NRIO
National Research Institute for Oceanology
River catchment
Geology
Abiotic characteristics
Biotic characteristics
Issue Date: Dec-1983
Publisher: CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology
Citation: Whitfield, AK, Allanson, BR and Heinecken, TJE. 1983. Report 22 of the Estuaries of the Cape, Part 2: Synopses of available information on individual systems series, edited by Heydorn, AEF and Grindley, JR. Stellenbosch: CSIR. (CSIR research report 421)
Series/Report no.: CSIR Research Report number
421
CSIR estuary index number
CMS 11
CSIR NRIO report number
22
Abstract: Swartvlei ranks among the most intensively studied of all Cape estuarine systems. The hydrology of the Swartvlei catchment has been investigated by then the Department of Water Affairs, hydrographic survey have been conducted by the Coastal Engineering and Hydraulics Division of the National Research Institute for Oceanology, geological and geophysical investigations have been made by the University of Cape Town Marine Geosciences unit and trace metal studies have been carried out by the National Physical Research laboratory of the CSIR. The Swartvlei system comprises two main sections, the estuary and an upper lake. In this report the term Swartvlei refers to the lake-like portion and the estuary to the area down-stream of the railway bridge.
Description: Estuaries of the Cape
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3464
ISBN: 0 7988 2588 X
Appears in Collections:Water resources and human health
Coastal and marine systems
General science, engineering & technology

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