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Hydraulic properties of the vadose zone at two typical sites in the Western Cape for the assessment of groundwater vulnerability to pollution
(University of the Western Cape, 2007)
Aquifer vulnerability assessment is increasingly becoming a very significant basis in order to fulfill the water demands in South Africa. Knowledge of soil hydraulic properties that consists of the soil water retention and ...
A geographic information systems approach to the identification of Table Mountain group aquifer "type areas" of ecological importance
(University of the Western Cape, 2004)
The Table Mountain group aquifer system has the potential to be an important supply of water. Although the aquifer system is used to some extent, a number of aspects relating to the aquifer system are poorly understood and ...
Delineation of groundwater protection zone in a fractured rock aquifer setting: A case study of Rawsonville
(University of Western Cape, 2020)
The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) is considering the implementation of an Aquifer Protection Strategy to protect the country’s critical groundwater resources. This study will assist in filling the knowledge gap ...
Measurement and modelling of catchment erosion dynamics under different land cover types, Jonkershoek Catchment, Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2020)
Several attempts have been made to assess the impact of post-fire soil erosion; however, erosion occurs as a result of the complex interplay between many factors, such as climate, land cover, soil and topography, making ...