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Effects of land use changes on water quality in Eerste River, South Africa
Landuse/land cover change is the key factor causing water quality changes worldwide. Stellenbosch town in the Western Cape, South Africa depends on Eerste River water for drinking and irrigation. The water quality of Eerste ...
Assessment of river health using physico-chemical parameters and macroinvertebrates: A case study of Mungonya River in Kigoma, Tanzania.
Mungonya River is subjected to anthropogenic activities impacts from upstream to downstream, because of rapid population increases in the basin. The main pollution sources include irrigation, washing, bathing, brick making, ...
Assessment and development of remote sensing based algorithms for water quality monitoring in Olushandja Dam, North-Central Namibia.
Olushandja Dam is amongst Namibia’s inland water bodies that store and supply water to towns such as Outapi, Oshikuku and Oshakati. The dam is part of a complex water supply system that transports inter-basin water from ...