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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 44, No 1 (2018)

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Articles

The effect of anaerobic baffled reactor effluent on nitrogen and phosphorus leaching from four soils in a laboratory column experiment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Goitom Adhanom, Jeffrey Hughes, Alfred Odindo 1-12
Development of a coupled dispersive liquid-liquid micro-extraction with supported liquid phase micro-extraction for triclosan determination in wastewater EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Thabiso Letseka, Mosotho J. George 13-19
Assessing the clogging and permeability of degrading packed bed reactors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Anthin Botes, Chris James, Craig M. Sheridan 20-26
Toxicity and biodegradability of caffeic acid in anaerobic digesting sludge EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.E. Hernandez, R.G.J. Edyvean 27-36
Evaluation of the effectiveness of the National Benchmarking Initiative (NBI) in improving the productivity of water services authorities in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Warren Brettenny, Gary Sharp 37-44
Associations between stormwater retention pond parameters and pollutant (suspended solids and metals) removal efficiencies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.C. Brink, W Kamish 45-53
An updated water balance for the Grootfontein aquifer near Mahikeng EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.E. Cobbing 54-64
A glimpse into the littoral nutrient dynamics of a lake system connected to the sea EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Taljaard, L van Niekerk, D.A. Lemley 65-74
Severe weather over the Highveld of South Africa during November 2016 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lee-ann Simpson, Liesl L. Dyson 75-85
Case study modelling for an ettringite treatment process EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Germishuizen, S Franzsen, H Grobler, G.S. Simate, C.M. Sheridan 86-92
Development and assessment of rules to parameterise the ACRU model for design flood estimation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.C. Smithers, T.J. Rowe, M.J.C. Horan, R.E. Schulze 93-104
Effect of sodium adsorption ratio and electric conductivity of the applied water on infiltration in a sandy-loam soil EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Abdulwahed M. Aboukarima, Mohammed A. Al-Sulaiman, Mohamed S.A. El Marazky 105-110
Determination of oestrogen hormones in raw and treated water samples by reverse phase ultra-fast liquid chromatography mass spectrometry – a case study in Johannesburg South, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.B. Mnguni, C Schoeman, S.S. Marais, E Cukrowska, L Chimuka 111-117
Distribution of primary and secondary currents in sine-generated bends EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Li He 118-129
Analysis of water use by gated communities in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jacques J.L. du Plessis, Heinz E. Jacobs 130-135
Effect of landcover/land-use changes on water availability in and around Ruti Dam in Nyazvidzi catchment, Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Gumindoga, D.T. Rwasoka, N Ncube, E Kaseke, T Dube 136-145


ISSN: 0378-4738
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