Browsing Masters Degrees (Environmental Hydrology) by Subject "Land use--Environmental aspects--KwaZulu-Natal--Pietermaritzburg."
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Linkages between selected hydrological ecosystem services and land use changes, as indicated by hydrological responses : a case study on the Mpushini/Mkhondeni Catchments, South Africa. (2014)Nature provides essential services to humans, including climate regulation, water provisioning and regulation. These so-called ecosystem services have economical, societal and environmental value. This research aims at ...