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Continuous riparian vegetation change following a large, infrequent flood along the Sabie River, Kruger National Park

@inproceedings{Ayres2012ContinuousRV,
  title={Continuous riparian vegetation change following a large, infrequent flood along the Sabie River, Kruger National Park},
  author={P. Ayres},
  year={2012}
}
i Uittreksel iii Acknowledgements v List of Figures xii List of Tables xvii List of Abbreviations xx Chapter 1: Introduction 1 1. 
Water quality assessment of the Sabie River catchment with respect to adjacent land use
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