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Title: Study to determine if prevention is better than cure
Authors: Oelofse, S
Keywords: Water pollution
Water quality
Eutrophication
Microbial pollution
Salinity
Eutrophication
Microbial pollution
Suspended solids
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Publisher: CSIR
Citation: Oelofse, S. 2009. Study to determine if prevention is better than cure. CSIR ScienceScope, Vol. 4(2), pp 53
Abstract: CSIR researchers have been commissioned to investigate the costs associated with measures to control pollution at source and those required to treat the consequences associated with polluted water for four of the most important water quality problems experienced in South Africa, namely: salinity (the salt content), eutrophication (an increase in chemical nutrients), microbial pollution (disease-causing microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses) and suspended solids (small particles of solid materials)
Description: Copyright: 2009 CSIR
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4106
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