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Title: Nahoo (CSE44), Qinira (CSE45) and Gqunube (CSE46)
Authors: Wiseman, KA
Burns, MER
Vernon, CJ
Keywords: Estuaries - South African estuaries
Marine ecology
Cape estuaries
Coastal research
River catchment
Nahoon estuary
Qinira estuary
Gqunube estuary
Abiotic characteristics
Biotic characteristics
Flora
Fauna
CSIR
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
NRIO
National Research Institute for Oceanology
Issue Date: Mar-1993
Publisher: CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology
Citation: Wiseman, KA, Burns, MER and Vernon, CJ. 1993. Nahoo (CSE44), Qinira (CSE45) and Gqunube (CSE46). Report 42 of the Estuaries of the Cape, Part 2: Synopses of available information on individual systems series, edited by Morant, PD. Stellenbosch: CSIR. (CSIR research report 441)
Series/Report no.: CSIR Research Report number
441
CSIR estuary index number
CSE 44, 45, 46
CSIR NRIO number
42
Abstract: This report is a synthesis of the recent research findings and available knowledge pertaining to the Nahoon, Qinira and qunube estuarine systems in the East London area. It provides the different groups and individuals involved with the management and utilisation of these estuaries with access to expert knowledge and published opinion that might otherwise be unavailable or of which they might otherwise be unaware. The report also provides a description of the abiotics and biotics characteristics of the river catchments and of the physical processes, current utilisation and recent changes in the estuaries. In addition, the flora and fauna of the estuarine systems are described, with particular reference to human influences on the status of those systems. A synthesis of these diverse data is then presented. The synthesis provides an account of the present state of the systems, the state of knowledge, the problems that exist or are likely to occur and broad recommendations for the treatment of those problems.
Description: Estuaries of the Cape
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3482
ISBN: 0 7988 5238 0
Appears in Collections:Water resources and human health
Coastal and marine systems
General science, engineering & technology

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