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Anatomy of a South African Karst Hydrosystem The Hydrology and Hydrogeology of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site

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By: Philip J Hobbs(Editor), Harrison Pienaar(Editor), Eddie van Wyk(Editor), Yongxin Xu(Editor)
356 pages, 213 colour & 61 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Anatomy of a South African Karst Hydrosystem
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  • Anatomy of a South African Karst Hydrosystem ISBN: 9783030958282 Hardback Aug 2022 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This book combines the results of the research activities in the assessment of the water resources environment and an integrated water resource monitoring program to support preservation efforts of the aquatic environment of the Cradle of Humankind (COH), World Heritage Sites. A poor understanding of the surface and groundwater resources of the COH property has precipitated often alarmist reporting in the media regarding the negative impacts associated with various sources of poor-quality water. The most notable of these is the acid mine drainage threat to karst ecosystems and fossil sites across the property. These circumstances have generated wide and considerable concern for the preservation of the UNESCO-inscribed fossil sites and the integrity of the water resources of the property.

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By: Philip J Hobbs(Editor), Harrison Pienaar(Editor), Eddie van Wyk(Editor), Yongxin Xu(Editor)
356 pages, 213 colour & 61 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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