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The development and assessment of a prototype water accounting system for South Africa using the ACRU2000 and MIKE BASIN models..
South African water management areas could find themselves without enough water for its users due to new methods of performing water allocation as stipulated in the National Water Act of 1998. A water accounting system ...
Approaches to modelling catchment-scale forest hydrology.
South African commercial plantations occupy an estimated 1.5 million hectares of the country and as the demands for timber products increase, this area is expected to increase. However, further expansion is limited, not ...
Integrated water resources management studies in the Mbuluzi Catchment, Swaziland.
Problems in the water sector range from degradation and depletion of water resources as a result of the impacts of land based anthropogenic activities, to the impacts of natural hydrological disasters and floods, while ...
An assessment of scale issues related to the configuration of the ACRU model for design flood estimation
There is a frequent need for estimates of design floods by hydrologists and engineers for the design of hydraulic structures. There are various techniques for estimating these design floods which are dependent largely on ...