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The provision of primary health care in marginalized rural communities : comparative case studies of Zombodze (Swaziland) and Nkanyisweni (eThekwini Municipality, South Africa)
The provision of health in communities and their inhabitants are very important
The private sector-community relationship in ecotourism : the case of Umngazi River Bungalows, Eastern Cape
Ecotourism has increasingly been adopted in many countries as a responsible and sustainable form of tourism. The role of the private sector in ecotourism development and specifically the involvement of communities in their ...
A GIS based habitat suitability analysis of the Oribi antelope in KwaZulu-Natal.
Geographic information systems and remotely sensed information provide an analytical platform for linking habitat features and animal distribution in a spatial context. The spatial culmination of such data using geographic ...
An investigation into estimating productivity, above ground biomass and leaf area index of Eucalyptus grandis using remotely sensed data and a process-based model.
South Africa depends largely on afforestation programs for its timber supplies due to the great demands for fiber and wood products. This has brought discomfort to other water users who have advocated that the effects of ...
Field spectroscopy of plant water content in Eucalyptus grandis forest stands in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
The measurement of plant water content is essential to assess stress and disturbance in forest plantations. Traditional techniques to assess plant water content are costly, time consuming and spatially ...
Estimating woody vegetation cover in an African Savanna using remote sensing and geostatistics.
A major challenge in savanna rangeland studies is estimating woody vegetation cover and densities over large areas where field based census alone is impractical. It is therefore crucial that the management and conservation ...
Towards integrating sustainability in the eThekwini Municipality integrated development planning process.
Many of today‟s global environmental problems can be traced back to cities. Managing the urban environment has become a priority not only for cities themselves, but also for the global environment as a whole. It has also ...
The socio-economic impacts of the genocide and current developments in Rwanda : case studies of the towns of Butare and Cyangugu.
World history has been punctuuted by cycles of violence, regardless of time, region or race. Genocide. which is the worst form of violence has always led to horrible impacts of a social, economic and environmental nature. ...
Environmental justice and the long-term impacts of large dam projects : a case study of communities displaced by the Inanda dam, Durban.
Inanda Dam situated near Durban in the Mngeni River, in the province of KwaZulu-Natal was completed in the late 1980s. As a typical large dam of the modern era, one major impact of the dam was the displacement and resettlement ...
Sustainable coastal management and the Admiralty Reserve in Umdoni Municipality : towards an understanding of the Admiralty Reserve encroachments.
The dissertation's point of departure and contention is that the Admiralty Reserve is one of the Coastal Resources facing degradation due to the fact that it is a common property owned by the State President on behalf of ...