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Mapping potential soil erosion using rusle, remote sensing, and GIS : the case study of Weenen Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal.
Accelerated soil erosion is drawing a growing attention with the recognition that the rate of soil loss is too great to be met by soil formation rate. Weenen Game Reserve (WGR) is an area with an unfortunate history of ...
Discriminating wetland vegetation species in an African savanna using hyperspectral data.
Wetland vegetation is of fundamental ecological importance and is used as one of the vital bio-indicators for early signs of physical or chemical degradation in wetland systems. Wetland vegetation is being threatened by ...
The application of remote sensing in drought monitoring : a case study of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Drought is a severe natural disaster which occurs across wide spatial boundaries and inconsistent temporal patterns. The slow onset and gradual formation of drought highlights the importance of early detection, allowing ...
Modelling terrain roughness using LiDAR derived digital terrain model in eucalyptus plantation forests, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
South African commercial plantation forests are established primarily to meet both the local and global demands of industries that require direct raw materials such as pulpwood or timber. Consequently, the commercial forest ...