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Water SA - Vol 44, No 4 (2018)

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Sensitivity analysis for water quality monitoring frequency in the application of a water quality index for the uMngeni River and its tributaries, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.N. Namugize, G.P.W. Jewitt 516-527
Model parameters of four important vegetable crops for improved water use and yield estimation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.T. Vahrmeijer, J.G. Annandale, J.M. Steyn, K.L. Bristow 528-538
Applying performance indices in plantwide modelling for a comparative study of wastewater treatment plant operational strategies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Justine De Ketele, Dries Davister, David S. Ikumi 539-550
Suitability of treated wastewater with respect to pH, electrical conductivity, selected cations and sodium adsorption ratio for irrigation in a semi-arid region EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Pholosho M. Kgopa, Phatu W. Mashela, Alen Manyevere 551-556
Disaggregation of fixed time interval rainfall to continuous measured rainfall for the purpose of design rainfall estimation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.J. Gericke, J.P.J. Pietersen 557-568
Accumulation of multiple heavy metals in plants grown on soil treated with sewage sludge for more than 50 years presents health risks and an opportunity for phyto-remediation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Awonke Mbangi, Pardon Muchaonyerwa, Rebecca Zengeni 569-576
Mapping of water-related ecosystem services in the uMngeni catchment using a daily time-step hydrological model for prioritisation of ecological infrastructure investment – Part 1: Context and modelling approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.J. Hughes, G de Winnaar, R.E. Schulze, M Mander, G.P.W. Jewitt 577-589
Mapping of water-related ecosystem services in the uMngeni catchment using a daily time-step hydrological model for prioritisation of ecological infrastructure investment – Part 2: Outputs EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.J. Hughes, G de Winnaar, R.E. Schulze, M Mander, G.P.W. Jewitt 590-600
Distribution of polychlorinated biphenyl along the course of the Buffalo River, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, and possible health risks EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Yahaya, O.A. Adeniji, O.O. Okoh, S.P. Songca, A.I. Okoh 601-611
Development of a deterministic design model for a high-rate algal pond EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.S.W. van der Merwe, I.C. Brink 612-623
Natural organic matter in aquatic systems – a South African perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nhamo Chaukura, Nqobile G. Ndlangamandla, Welldone Moyo, Titus A.M. Msagati, Bhekie B. Mamba, Thabo T.I. Nkambule 624-635
Monitoring water use efficiency of irrigated sugarcane production in Mpumalanga, South Africa, using SEBAL EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Singels, C Jarmain, E Bastidas-Obando, F.C. Olivier, A.L. Paraskevopoulos 636-646
Theoretical solution for analysis and design of hydraulic jump on corrugated bed EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jahanshir Mohammadzadeh-Habili, Tooraj Honar 647-652
Water insecurity, illness and other factors of everyday life: A case study from Choma District, Southern Province, Zambia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Richard A. Marcantonio 653-663
Explaining variation in the economic value of irrigation water using psychological capital: a case study from Ndumo B and Makhathini, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Phakathi, E Wale 664-673
Isotopic tracing of stormwater in the urban Liesbeek River EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ruan van Mazijk, Lucy K. Smyth, Eleanor A. Weideman, Adam G. West 674-679
Development of statistical models for trihalomethane (THM) removal in drinking water sources using carbon nanotubes (CNTs) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kadir Özdemir, Ömer Güngör 680-690
Continuous simulation modelling for design flood estimation – a South African perspective and recommendations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.J. Rowe, J.C. Smithers 691-705
Geochemical scaling potential simulations of natural organic matter complexation with metal ions in cooling water at Eskom power generation plants in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G.O. Bosire, J.C. Ngila, Thabo T.I. Nkambule 706-718
Impact of invasive alien plants on water provision in selected catchments EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.R. Preston, D.C. Le Maitre, J.N. Blignaut, L Louw, C.G. Palmer 719-729
The Pongola Floodplain, South Africa – Part 1: Two-dimensional hydrodynamic modelling in support of an environmental flows assessment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.L. Birkhead, C.A. Brown, A.R. Joubert, A Singh, T Tlou 731-745
The Pongola Floodplain, South Africa – Part 2: Holistic environmental flows assessment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Cate Brown, Alison Joubert, Toriso Tlou, Andrew Birkhead, Gary Marneweck, Bruce Paxton, Adhishri Singh 746-759
An anomaly in pH data in South Africa’s national water quality monitoring database – implications for future use EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Carla-Louise Ramjukadh, Michael Silberbauer, Susan Taljaard 760-763
Combining tracer studies and biomimetic design principles to investigate clogging in constructed wetlands EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ricky Bonner, Lara Aylward, Uwe Kappelmeyer, Craig Sheridan 764-770
Development of Consumer Perception Index for assessing greywater reuse potential in arid environments EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Md Shafiquzzaman, Husnain Haider, Saleem Saleh AlSaleem, Abdul Razzaq Ghumman, Rehan Sadiq 771-781
A scenario-based multiple attribute decision-making approach for site selection of a wastewater treatment plant: Bahir Dar City (Ethiopia) case study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tilik Tena Wondim, Bloodless Dzwairo 782-794


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