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Hillslope experiments in the north east Cape region to measure and model subsurface flow processes.
Several hydrological studies claim that available water resources in a catchment are affected by large scale afforestation, especially where the regional rainfall is considered marginal for the support of silviculture. ...
An assessment of shallow water tables and the development of appropriate drainage design criteria for sugarcane in Pongola, South Africa.
South Africa, in common with all countries with arid or semi-arid climatic conditions, is facing the consequences of irrigation development without effective subsurface drainage. The quality of irrigation water is also ...
Quantifying hydrological fluxes of contributing hillslopes in the Weatherley catchment, N. E. Cape, South Africa.
Hillslope mechanisms and processes are a complex and dynamic set of interactions, but are nevertheless vital components of hydrology due to their critical interactions with surface and groundwater (Lorentz, 2001a). In ...