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Classification System for Wetlands and Other Aquatic Ecosystems in South Africa User Manual: Inland Systems

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Series: SANBI Biodiversity Series Volume: 22
By: Dean Ollis(Author), Kate Snaddon(Author), Nancy Job(Author), Namhla Mbona(Author)
110 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Classification System for Wetlands and Other Aquatic Ecosystems in South Africa
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This user manual (compiled by the Freshwater Consulting Group) aims to provide user-friendly guidance for application of the classification system to inland aquatic ecosystems of South Africa. Classification System for Wetlands and Other Aquatic Ecosystems in South Africa has been produced in a format that can be used in the field and is designed to appeal to a wide range of user-groups, including both non-specialists and experts. The types of inland systems, and basis and overall structure of the classification system are clearly explained

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Handbook / Manual
Series: SANBI Biodiversity Series Volume: 22
By: Dean Ollis(Author), Kate Snaddon(Author), Nancy Job(Author), Namhla Mbona(Author)
110 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
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