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Title: South African risk and vulnerability atlas
Authors: Archer, E
Engelbrecht, F
Landman, W
Le Roux, A
Van Huyssteen, E
Fatti, C
Vogel, C
Akoon, I
Maserumule, R
Colvin, C
Le Maitre, D
Lotter, D
Olwoch, J
Wright, C
Meyer, AA
Theron, A
Diedericks, G
Maherry, A
Rossouw, M
Midgley, G
Davis, C
Stevens, N
Sinden, L-A
Warburton, M
Nkambule, C
Keywords: Risk atlas
Vulnerability atlas
Climate variability
South African climate
Land use
Socio economic landscape
Water resources
Agriculture
Human health
South Africa's coastal areas
Biodiversity
Commercial forestry
Issue Date: Apr-2010
Publisher: Department of Science and Technology
Citation: Archer, E, Engelbrecht, F, Landman, W et al. 2010. South African Risk and Vulnerability Atlas, pp 62
Series/Report no.: Workflow;5940
Abstract: The South African Risk and Vulnerability Atlas was conceived and designed with the intent of providing up to date information for key sectors to support strategy development in the areas of risk and vulnerability. This volume presents a selection of such information, translated to communicate key existing and emerging trends.
Description: Copyright: 2010 Department of Science and Technology.
URI: http://www.rvatlas.org/download/sarva_atlas.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4974
ISBN: 978-0-620-45659-3
Appears in Collections:Resource-based sustainable development
Environmental management
Forestry and wood science
Climate change
Coastal and marine systems
Planning support systems
Rural infrastructure and services
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