FATE, TRANSPORT AND EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ORIGINATING FROM ACID MINE DRAINAGE IN THE OLIFANTS RIVER, SOUTH AFRICA

@inproceedings{Dabrowski2015FATETA,
  title={FATE, TRANSPORT AND EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ORIGINATING FROM ACID MINE DRAINAGE IN THE OLIFANTS RIVER, SOUTH AFRICA},
  author={James Michael Dabrowski and Jacqueline Dabrowski and Liesl Hill and Palgrave Macmillan and Paul Johan Oberholster},
  year={2015}
}
21 Concentrations of pollutants were measured in water, sediment and algal samples collected along a 22 longitudinal gradient from a stretch of the Olifants River, South Africa, that receives AMD from the 23 Klipspruit River. The effects of AMD were determined through macroinvertebrate biotic indices 24 (SASS5) and multivariate analysis of macroinvertebrate communities. The acidic Klipspruit River 25 caused increased concentrations of total Al, Fe and Mn in the Olifants River. Upon mixing of… CONTINUE READING
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