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Monitoring and assessment of macroinvertebrate communities in support of river health management in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Conservation of freshwater systems is globally weak and generally declining, with rivers and wetlands being the most threatened ecosystems by anthropogenic impacts. Though they are highly import, freshwater ecosystems ...
Response of estuarine and freshwater macroinvertebrate assemblages to habitat, water quality, flow and land use change in the lowland Amatikulu/Nyoni catchment.
Water has become a scarce commodity in Sub-Saharan Africa and in drought prone South Africa. Due to the extensive utilization of water resources in South Africa, management and monitoring of our rivers and estuaries is ...
Macroinvertebrates as ecological indicators of the wellbeing of the lower uMvoti and Thukela Rivers, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The excessive use of water resources and climate change stressors is impacting the quality and quantity of surface aquatic ecosystems in South Africa, a semi-arid country. Although South Africa is considered to be a ...