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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 ...
Assessment of satellite derived rainfall and its use in the ACRU hydrological model.
Many parts of southern Africa are considered water scarce regions. Therefore, sound management and decision making is important to achieve maximum usage with sustainability of the precious resource. Hydrological models are ...
A description, quantification and characterization of hillslope hydrological processes in the Weatherley catchment, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
Advances in hillslope hydrology have been numerous in the past two decades. However many of these advances have been highly site specific in nature, without identifying any means of linking processes across different ...
Techniques for assessing the impacts of wetlands on hydrological responses under varying climatic conditions.
Wetlands are considered sensitive eco-tones that provide numerous goods and services, not only to the communities which are immediately dependent upon them, but also to the many downstream stakeholders who benefit from ...
An assessment of satellite derived total evaporation data as a data source to the ACRU hydrological model.
Hydrological models and tools are often used as decision support systems to inform water resources management. The successful application of these systems is largely dependent on the quality of data being incorporated into ...