THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GEOMORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR THE LONGITUDINAL ZONATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN RIVERS

@article{Rowntree2000THEDO,
  title={THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GEOMORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR THE LONGITUDINAL ZONATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN RIVERS},
  author={K. Rowntree and R. Wadeson and J. O'keeffe},
  journal={South African Geographical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={82},
  pages={163 - 172}
}
ABSTRACT The recognition of the Reserve by the new South African Water Law poses new challenges for river scientists. The ecological water requirement or environmental flow is recognised by that part of the Reserve known as the ecological Reserve. If the ecological Reserve is to be implemented, it must first be defined and quantified for all river systems subject to water related developments. Standard procedures are being developed through the Resource Directed Measures (RDM) of the Department… Expand
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