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Vitale bodem als basis voor een duurzaam bodembeheer
(AOSIS Publishing, 2006)
In the past decades, soils in South Africa as well as The Netherlands have become increasingly deteriorated as a result of chemical and physical factors. Soil contamination, acidification, desiccation and erosion have ...
Die konsep van biobeskikbaarheid en die neerlê van eenvormige standaarde vir toelaatbare chemiese kontaminante in die grond
(AOSIS OpenJournal, 2006)
Soils are very heterogeneous substrates providing an environmental matrix with varying spatial and temporal gradients of pH, organic carbon, particle size distribution, moisture content as well as biological factors ...
Patterns of plant diversity and endemism in Namibia
Species richness, endemism and areas that are rich in both species and endemic species were assessed and mapped for Namibia. High species diversity corresponds with zones where species overlap. These are particularly obvious ...
Conserving and increasing biodiversity in the large-scale, intensive farming systems of the Western Cape, South Africa
(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2006)
The Convention on Biological Diversity, adopted in 1992 in Nairobi and signed by many states, including South Africa, at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro later that year, urges ...
Habitat, food, and small mammal community structure in Namaqualand
The effect of habitat differences and food availability on small mammal (rodent and elephant shrew) species richness, diversity, density and biomass was investigated in Namaqualand, South Africa. Species richness in the ...