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The African Journal of Aquatic Science is an international journal devoted to the study of the aquatic sciences, covering all African waters. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed original scientific papers and short articles in all the aquatic science fields including limnology, hydrobiology, estuarine and coastal marine science. Amongst the topics covered in this Journal are ecology, conservation, bio-monitoring, management, water quality, ecotoxicology, biological interactions, physical properties and human impacts on aquatic systems. Supported by the Southern African Society of Aquatic Scientists, the African Journal of Aquatic Science serves as an indispensable reference source for those interested in understanding the dynamics affecting the valuable aquatic resources of Africa.

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Vol 42, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Physico-chemical limnology and plankton dynamics of Mazvikadei, a tropical reservoir in Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L Mhlanga, C Mungenge, T Nhiwatiwa 93-108
Plankton composition, biomass, phylogeny and toxin genes in Lake Big Momela, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.I. Hamisi, C Lugomela, T.J. Lyimo, B Bergman, B Díez 109-121
Bioaccumulation of selected metals in the gill, liver and muscle tissue of rednose labeo Labeo rosae from two impoundments on the Olifants River, Limpopo river system, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.M. Marr, J Lebepe, J.C.A. Steyl, W.J. Smit, W.J. Luus-Powell 123-130
Health effects in fish from the polluted Orlando Dam and Klipspruit wetland system, Soweto, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T.S. Bengu, J du Plessis, L.S. Modley, J.C. van Dyk 131-141
Tono Reservoir fishery contribution to poverty reduction among fishers in northern Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D.N. Akongyuure, S Amisah, T.K. Agyemang, R.E. Edziyie 143-154
DNA barcoding of South Africa’s ornamental freshwater fish – are the names reliable? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K.A. van der Walt, T Mäkinen, E.R. Swartz, O.L.F. Weyl 155-160
Determination of water quality, and trace metals in endemic Sarotherodon linellii, Pungu maclareni and Clarias maclareni, in crater Lake Barombi Mbo, Cameroon EMAIL FULL TEXT
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B.N. Sone, B.O. Rosseland, H.C. Teien 161-169
The ecological integrity of the Lower Olifants River, Limpopo province, South Africa: 2009–2015 – Part A: Olifants River main stem EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.M. Marr, T.D. Mohlala, A Swemmer 171-179
The ecological integrity of the lower Olifants River, Limpopo province, South Africa: 2009–2015 – Part B: Tributaries of the Olifants River EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.M. Marr, T.D. Mohlala, A Swemmer 181-190
Physico-chemical water characteristics and aquatic macroinvertebrates of Lake Tsimanampesotse, south-western Madagascar EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J.R. Rasoloariniaina 191-199
Obituary: Francis Mark Chutter (1933–2017) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maitland Seaman, Steve Mitchell 200-201


ISSN: 1727-9364
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