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This journal publishes refereed, original work in all branches of water science, technology, engineering and policy.  This includes: water resource development; the hydrological cycle; surface hydrology; geohydrology, hydropedology and hydrometeorology; limnology; freshwater and estuarine ecology; salinisation; treatment and management of municipal and industrial water and wastewater; treatment and disposal of sewage sludge; environmental pollution control; environmental and drinking water quality; drinking water treatment; water services, including domestic water supply and sanitation services; agricultural water; aquaculture in terms of its impact on the water resource; water policy and governance; water economics; water as a social good.  Water SA is intended to serve both international and Southern African readers and authors.  Contributions which are not of broad international interest must make a specific contribution to Southern Africa (defined for this purpose to include the countries of South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique).  Submissions of predominantly local interest outside of Southern Africa will not be considered.

 

Contributions may take the form of a paper, a critical review, a short communication, a rapid communication, a technical note or comments on papers already published.  A paper is a comprehensive contribution to the subject, including introduction, experimental information and discussion of results.  (Technical accounts involving application of well-known techniques, and situation assessment/observation/sampling papers reporting results of work not carried out as a research activity, cannot be considered.)  A review is an authoritative, critical account of recent and current research in a specific field to which the author has made notable contributions.  A short communication is a concise account of new and significant findings to inform readers of preliminary or limited research results.  A rapid communication is an original contribution which merits prompt publication to publicise the findings of very recent research with immediate significance.  A technical note describes an original process or technique without necessarily including extensive data, theory or critical evaluation.  Comments on papers already published are sent to the authors of the paper for reply and both the comments and the authors’ reply will be published in the upcoming issue of Water SA. Preference is given to concise contributions.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.wrc.org.za

WaterSA is also available electronically through SABINET Online http://reference.sabinet.co.za/sa_epublication/waters


Vol 45, No 2 (2019)

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Articles

A simple calibration of Hobo 4 channel analogue dataloggers for use with Watermark 253–L soil water potential sensors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nkosinathi D. Kaptein, Louis W. Titshall 160-164
Domestic water meter optimal replacement period to minimize water revenue loss EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Aluta Moahloli, Annlizé Marnewick, J.H.C. Pretorius 165-173
Assessment of apparent losses due to meter inaccuracy – a comparative approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mthokozisi Ncube, Akpofure Taigbenu 174-182
Determination of isotopic composition of rainwater to generate local meteoric water line in Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olatunde S. Durowoju, John O. Odiyo, Georges-Ivo E. Ekosse 183-189
Assessment of probable causes of chlorine decay in water distribution systems of Gaborone city, Botswana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Denis Nono, Phillimon T. Odirile, Innocent Basupi, Bhagabat P. Parida 190-198
A bivariable coupling model for river channel routing developed from the flow continuity equation and its application EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Wei Si, Weimin Bao, Senlin Wang, Yanping Cui, Zhixing Niu, Hui Yu 199-208
Development of an empirical formula for estimation of bioretention outflow rate EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sezar Gülbaz, Cevza Melek Kazezyılmaz-Alhan, Rasim Temür 209-215
Variable water quality of domestic wells emphasizes the need for groundwater quality monitoring and protection: Stinkwater, Hammanskraal, Gauteng EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rhulane S. Baloyi, Roger E. Diamond 216-224
Leachate seepage from landfill: a source of groundwater mercury contamination in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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V Nevondo, T Malehase, A.P. Daso, O.J. Okonkwo 225-231
Neuro-fuzzy systems to estimate reference evapotranspiration EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mousaab Zakhrouf, Hamid Bouchelkia, Madani Stamboul 232-238
Assessing the accuracy of ANN, ANFIS, and MR techniques in forecasting productivity of an inclined passive solar still in a hot, arid environment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ahmed F. Mashaly, A.A. Alazba 239-250
Characterization of the performance of venturi-based aeration devices for use in wastewater treatment in low-resource settings EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jean-David Therrien, Peter A. Vanrolleghem, Caetano C. Dorea 251-258
Seasonal variation in waterbird assemblage in the Mahango Game Reserve, north-eastern Namibia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Grzegorz Kopij, Mark Paxton 259-265
Urinals for water savings and nutrient recovery: a feasibility study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.L. Chipako, D.G. Randall 266-277
Application of VOF and k-ε turbulence model in simulation of flow over a bottom aerated ramp and step structure EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Talia Tokyay, Can Kurt 278-290
Requirements for sustainable operation and maintenance of rural small-scale water infrastructure in Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.S. Selala, A Senzanje, K Dhavu 291-304


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