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Mapping potential soil erosion using rusle, remote sensing, and GIS : the case study of Weenen Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal.
Accelerated soil erosion is drawing a growing attention with the recognition that the rate of soil loss is too great to be met by soil formation rate. Weenen Game Reserve (WGR) is an area with an unfortunate history of ...
Assessment of soil erosion in the Mfolozi catchment, Kwazulu Natal implications for land reform.
The Mfolozi, the second largest catchment in KwaZulu Natal, is already severely degraded over substantial areas. Its mean annual sediment load is extremely high and deposits on its floodplain have caused very serious ...
A comparative study of soil erosion in the Umfolozi Game Reserve and adjacent Kwazulu area from 1937 to 1983.
This thesis describes a comparative study of actual and potential soil erosion in the Wilderness area of the Umfolozi Game Reserve, and a biophysiographically comparable adjacent traditional KwaZulu landuse area. Estimates ...
Rates and controls of footpath erosion in Giant's Castle Game Reserve, KwaZulu / Natal Drakensberg.
The Drakensberg is an important ecological and recreational resource area within southern Africa, yet little knowledge exists concerning the factors controlling soil erosion in the region. The two most important anthropogenic ...