Quantifying rehabilitation risks for surface-strip coal mines using a soil compaction Bayesian Network in South Africa and Australia. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 2019. Vanessa Weyer, Alta de Waal, Alex Lechner, Corinne Unger, Tim O’Connor, Thomas Baumgartl, Roland Schulze, and Wayne Truter.
Present status of soil moisture estimation over the African continent. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 2019. Lindumusa Myeni, Mokhele Moeletsi, and Alistair Clulow.
Temporal thermal refugia and seasonal variation in upper thermal limits of two species of riverine invertebrates: the amphipod, Paramelita nigroculus, and the mayfly, Lestagella penicillata. Aquatic Ecology 2018. Helen Dallas and Nicholas Rivers-Moore.
Traditional Medicines from Wetlands (book chapter). Donovan Kotze. In: The Wetland Book. Edited by Max Finlayson et al. Springer 2018.
Design norms for soil and water conservation structures in the sugar industry of South Africa. Water SA 2019. Dan-iel Otim, Jeff Smithers, Aidan Senzanje and Rianto van Antwerpen.
Grasslands -more important for ecosystem services than you might think. Ecosphere 2019. Jan Bengtsson, James Bullock, Benis Egoh, Colin Everson, Terry Everson, Tim O’Connor, Patrick O’Farrell, Henrik Smith and Regina Lindborg.
The Development of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus as a Framework for Achieving Resource Security: A Re-view. Frontiers in Environmental Science 2019. Gareth Simpson and Graham Jewitt.
Selection of wheat genotypes for biomass allocation to improve drought tolerance and carbon sequestration into soils. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 2019. Isack Mathew, Hussein Shimelis, Macdex Mutema, Alistair Clulow, Rebecca Zengeni, Nozibusiso Mbava and Vin-cent Chaplot.
Hydraulic and clogging characteristics of Moistube irrigation as influenced by water quality. Journal of Water Supply: Research & Technology –AQUA 2018. Edwin Kanda, Tafadzwanashe Mabhaudhi and Aidan Senzanje.
Using network analysis to analyse the complex interaction of factors causing the failure of small-scale water infrastructure (SWI) in the rural areas of South Africa. Water SA 2018. Calvin Sambo, Aidan Senzanje and Khumbulani Dhavu.
Assessing the Functional and Operational Relationships between the Water Control Infrastructure and Water Governance: A case of Tugela Ferry Irrigation Scheme and Mooi River Irrigation Scheme in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 2018. Tinashe L Dirwai, Aidan Senzanje and Maxwell Mudhara.
Assessing impacts of land use changes on the hydrology of a lowland rainforest catchment in Ghana, West Africa. Water 2018. Michael Aduah, Graham Jewitt and Michele Toucher.
Evaluation of uncertainty in capturing the spatial variability and magnitudes of extreme hydrological events for the uMngeni catchment, South Africa. Journal of Hydrology 2018. Samuel Kusangaya, Michele L. Warburton, and Emma Archer van Garderen.
Tree legumes-temperate grass agroforestry system effects on inorganic soil nitrogen as ecosystem services provision for smallholder farming systems in South Africa. Journal of Crop Improvement 2018. Bonginkosi Mthembu, Colin Everson, and Terry Everson
The effect of anaerobic baffled reactor effluent on nitrogen and phosphorus leaching from four soils in a laboratory column experiment. Water SA 2018. Goitom Adhanom, Jeffrey Hughes and Alfred Odindo.
Changes in streamflow contributions with increasing spatial scale in Thukela basin, South Africa. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 2018. Macdex Mutema and Vincent Chaplot.
Development and assessment of rules to parameterise the ACRU model for design flood estimation. Water SA 2018. Jeff Smithers, Thomas Rowe, Mark Horan and Roland Schulze.
Hydrograph separation using tracers and digital filters to quantify runoff components in a semi-arid meso-scale catchment. Hydrological Processes 2018. Aline Saraiva Okello, Stefan Uhlenbrook, Graham Jewitt, I lyas Masih, Eddie Riddell and Pieter Van der Zaag.
Estimating groundwater contribution to transpiration using satellite-derived evapotranspiration estimates coupled with stable isotope analysis. Journal of Arid Environments 2018. Shaeden Gokool, Eddie Riddell, Anthony Swemmer, Jesse Nippert, Reinhard Raubenheimer and Kershani Tinisha Chetty.
Effects of land use and land cover changes on water quality in the uMngeni river catchment, South Africa. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 2018. Jean Namugize, Graham Jewitt and Mark Graham.
Grassland degradation significantly enhances soil CO2 emission. CATENA 2018. Khatab Abdalla, Macdex Mutema, Pauline Chivenge, Colin Everson and Vincent Chaplot.
Water security at local government level in South Africa: a qualitative interview-based analysis. The Lancet Planetary Health 2018. Richard Meissner, Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Inga Jacobs-Mata, Elliot Moyo, Maronel Steyn, Justinus Shadung, Winile Masangane and Ngowenani Nohayi.
South African local government perceptions of the state of water security. Environmental Science & Policy 2018. Richard Meissner, Maronel Steyn, Elliot Moyo, Justinus Shadung, Winile Masangane, Ngowenani Nohayi and Inga Jacobs-Mata.
Ocean governance for human health and the role of the social sciences. The Lancet Planetary Health 2018. Richard Meissner.
The influence of turbidity and water temperature on black fly species in the middle and lower Orange River, South Africa. Canadian Journal of Zoology 2018. Nick Rivers-Moore and Rob Palmer.

Cosmic ray neutrons provide an innovative technique for estimating intermediate scale soil moisture. South African Journal of Science 2018. Thigesh Vather, Colin Everson, Michael Mengistu, and Trenton Franz.

Working paper:
Climate information needs in Southern Africa: a re-view. Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment 2018. Daleen Lötter, Claire Davis, Emma Archer, Katharine Vincent, Joanna Pardoe, Mark Tadross, Willem Landman, Sabine Stuart-Hill and Graham Jewitt.
Assessing the State of the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus in South Africa. WRC Research Report 2018. Ta-fadzwanashe Mabhaudhi, Gareth Simpson, Jessica Badenhorst, Maqsooda Mohammed, Trylee Motongera, Aidan Senzanje, and Graham Jewitt.

A predictive management tool for blackfly outbreaks on the Orange River, South Africa. River Research and Applications 2018. Nick Rivers-Moore, and Trevor Hill.

Long-term trends and variability in the dryland microclimate of the Northern Cape Province, South Africa. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 2018. Shaeden Strydom, Michael Savage, and Alistair Clulow.
Assessing, with limited resources, the ecological outcomes of wetland restoration: a South African case. Restoration Ecology 2018. Donovan C Kotze, Farai Tererai, and Piet‐Louis Grundling.
Graham Jewitt, Catharine Hughes and others currently have a paper in press by Ecosystem Services, presenting how hydrological modelling is used to promote protection and rehabilitation of ecological infrastructure for improved water quality in two South African catchments. Read the paper here!
Stefanie Schütte and Prof. Roland Schulze have a paper out in the Journal of Environmental Management on the projected impacts of urbanisation on hydrological resource flows using uMngeni Catchment as a case study. Read it here!
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems published this paper by Dr. Nick Rivers-Moore and others, titled “Small dams need consideration in riverscape conservation assessments”.
Feroza Morris, Dr. Michele Warburton Toucher, Dr. Alistair Clulow, Samuel Kusangaya, Dr. Craig Morris and Dr. Hartley Bulcock, published a paper in Water SA, on rainfall distribution and characterization in Cathedral Peak using a geo-statistical technique. The paper can be found here!
The South African Journal of Botany published a paper by Dr. Alistair Clulow and others on sap flow rates in indigenous trees in gold mining sites in central South Africa.
Dr. Rebecka Malinga co-authored a conceptual paper in Ecosphere, on “How spatial scale shape the generation and management of multiple ecosystem services”. Find it here!
Dr. Macdex Mutema, Dr Pauline Chivenge and others wrote a paper on “Changes in carbon and nutrient fluxes from headwaters to ocean in a mountainous temperate to subtropical basin” in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. It’s here to read!
In the Journal (Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment) is this published paper by Dr. Macdex Mutema and others, on the response of atmospheric carbon sequestration to different crop types.
Dr. Nick Rivers-Moore and others mapped over 1700 wetlands in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality using manual digitisation and logistic regression modelling. Their work was published by Wetlands Ecology and Management. Read the paper here!
Prof. Simon Lorenz and others have written an article about the new branch of science, Hydropedology, which offers exciting research opportunities in South Africa. Their article was published in May/June 2017 by WRC’s magazine Water Wheel.
Prof. Roland Schulze and Dr. Sabine Stuart-Hill have an article in New Water Policy and Practice where they share their “Reflections on the Framework of Water Governance in South Africa”.
In press at Environmental Development is a publication by Simphiwe Ngcobo and Prof. Graham Jewitt on the impacts of sugarcane production on water resources in Southern Africa. Read it here!
Published in South African Geographical Journal is this article by Dr. Alistair Clulow, Prof. Colin Everson, Dr. Michael Mengistu and others, titled “Evapotranspiration from mine-affected riparian sites along the Vaal River in central South Africa”.
Prof. Graham Jewitt, Dr. Michele Warburton Toucher and others have a paper out at Water Science, about ACRU hydrological model suitability in a rainforest catchment in Ghana.
Shaeden Gokool, Dr. Eddie Ridell, Kershani Tinisha Chetty and others, have quantified riparian evaporation along the Groot Letaba River and had their paper published in Journal of Arid Environments. Read the paper here!
Prof. Roland Schulze and others contributed to a WRC technical research report titled “Vulnerability, Adaptation to and Coping with Drought: The Case of Commercial and Subsistence Rain Fed Farming in the Eastern Cape” (Ed. A.J. Jordan).
Dr. Richard Meissner and others have a new publication in The international journal of Water Governance on a dialogue between scientists and policy makers regarding a sediment research project in the Olifants River, South Africa. The article can be found here!
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences published this article by Bruce Scott-Shaw, Prof. Colin Everson and Dr. Alistair Clulow, titled “Water-use dynamics of an alien-invaded riparian forest within the Mediterranean climate zone of the Western Cape, South Africa”.
Prof. Roland Schulze, Dr. Sabine Stuart-Hill and others assessed water resources and water services frameworks through the lens of OECD Principles on Water Governance in their article published in Water International.
Dr. Edward Ridell and others have a paper on sediment trap efficiency of intermittently dry reservoirs in Kruger National Park. The paper was published by Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
Dr. Nick Rivers-Moore and colleagues propose an adaptive freshwater conservation planning strategy by incorporating stream connectivity and thermal vulnerability. Read their paper in Journal of Hydrology.

Geoderma published a study by Dr. Vincent Chaplot and Dr. Macdex Mutema on the “Effect of conversion from sugarcane preharvest burning to residues green-trashing on SOC stocks and soil fertility status: Results from different soil conditions in Brazil”.

Bulcock H.H, Gush M.B & Jewitt,G.P.W. 2014. A comparison of productive and nonproductive green water-use efficiency of Podocarpus henkelii and Pinus patula in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science.

Dallas HF and Rivers-Moore N 2014. Ecological consequences of global climate change for freshwater ecosystems in South Africa. South African Journal of Science.

Eady B, Hill T and Rivers-Moore N. Shifts in aquatic macroinvertebrate community structure in response to perenniality, Southern Cape, South Africa. Journal of Freshwater Ecology.

Fessehazion, M.K , Annandale, J.G, Everson, C.S , Stirzaker, R.J , van der Laan, M., Truter, W.F & Abraha, A.B. 2014. Performance of simple irrigation scheduling calendars based on average weather data for annual ryegrass. African Journal of Range & Forage Science 2014: 1-8.

Gomo T, Mudhara M, Senzanje A. 2014. Farmers’ satisfaction with the performance of the Mooi River Irrigation Scheme, KZN, South Africa. Water SA 2014, Vol. 40(3):437 – 444.

Mengistu, M.G., Everson, C.S. and Clulow, A.D. 2014. The impact of taro (Colocasia esculenta) cultivation on the total evaporation of a Cyperus latifolius marsh. HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES. 28, 620–627.

Rivers-Moore N, Palmer R and Dallas H. Assessing the relative culpability of Simulium species in recent black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) outbreaks along the middle Orange River, South Africa. Canadian Journal of Zoology.

Rivers-Moore NA and Karssing RJ. 2014. Water temperature affects life cycle duration of tadpoles of Natal cascade frog. African Journal of Aquatic Science.

Siebrits, R.M., Winter, K., Barnes, J., Dent, M.C., Ekama, G., Ginster, M., Harrison, Jackson, B., Jacobs, I., Jordaan, A., Kasan, H.C., Kloppers, W., le Roux, R., Maree, J., Momba, M.N.B., Munnik, A.V., O’Keeffe, J., Schulze, R.E., Silberbauer, M., Still, D. and van Zyl, J.E. 2014. Priority water research questions for South Africa developed through participatory processes. Water SA, 40, 199-209.

Ziervogel, G.,New, M., Archer van Garderen, E.,Midgley, G.,Taylor, A., Hamann, R., Stuart-Hill, S., Myers, J. and Warburton, M. Climate change impacts and adaptation in South Africa. WIREs Clim Change 2014. doi: 10.1002/wcc.295

Andersson, J; Zehnder, A; Wehrli, B; Jewitt, G; Abbaspour, K and Yang, H. 2013. Improving Crop Yield and Water Productivity by Ecological Sanitation and Water Harvesting in South Africa. Environmental Science & Technology 47 (9): 4341–4348. [online]

Andersson C.E.F., Everson T.M. and Everson C.S. 2013. Management of oil producing Jatropha curcas (Euphorbiaceae) silvopastoral systems: risk of herbivory by indigenous goats and competition with planted pastures. Biomass and Bioenergy 59: 50 – 58.

Bulcock, LM and Jewitt,GPW. 2013. Key physical characteristics used to assess water harvesting suitability. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 66: 89-100. [online].

Cilliers, P; Biggs, HC; Blignaut,S; Choles, AG; Hofmeyr, JHS; Jewitt, GPW and Roux, DJ. 2013. Complexity, Modeling, and Natural Resource Management. Ecology and Society 18 (3): 1. [online]

Clulow, AD; Everson, CS; Price, JS; Jewitt, GPW and Scott-Shaw, B. 2013. Water-use dynamics of a peat swamp forest and a dune forest in Maputaland, South Africa. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 17: 2053-2067. [online]

Estes, L.D., Beukes, H., Bradley, B.A., Debats, S.R., Oppeheimer, M., Ruane, A.C., Schulze, R.E. and Tadross, M. 2013. Projected climate impacts to South African maize and wheat production in 2055: a comparison of empirical and mechanistic modelling approaches. Global Change Biology, 2013.

Estes, L.D., Bradley, B.A., Beukes, H., Hole, D.G., Lau, M., Oppenheimer, M.G., Schulze, R.E., Tadross, M.A. and Turner, W.R. 2013. Comparing mechanistic and empirical model projections of crop suitability and productivity: Implications for ecological forecasting. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22 (8), 1007-1018.

Everson, C.S., Mengistu, M.G. and Gush, M.B. (2013) A field assessment of the agronomic performance and water use of Jatropha curcas in South Africa. Biomass and Bioenergy., 59, 59-69. DOI: 10.1016/j.biombioe.2012.03.013.

Gibson, LA; Jarmain, C; Su, Z and Eckardt, FE. 2013. Review: Estimating evapotranspiration using remote sensing and the Surface Energy Balance System – A South African perspective.Water SA 39(4): Click here to access abstract

Kusangaya, S, Warburton, ML, Archer van Garderen, E and Jewitt, GPW. 2013. Impacts of climate change on water resources in southern Africa: A review. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, In press.

Malinga, R; Gordon, LJ; Lindborg, R and Jewitt, GPW. 2013. Using Participatory Scenario Planning to Identify Ecosystem Services in Changing Landscapes. Ecology and Society 18 (4): 10. [online]

Mengistu, MG; Everson, CS and Clulow, AD. (2014). The impact of taro (Colocasia esculenta) cultivation on the total evaporation of a Cyperus latifolius marsh. HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES. 28, 620–627.

Ngcobo, S, Jewitt, GPW, Stuart-Hill, SI and Warburton, ML. (2013). “Impacts of global change on southern African water resources systems.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5(6): 655-666. 

Orchard, CM; Lorentz, SA; Jewitt, GPW and Chaplot, VAM. 2013. Spatial and temporal variations of overland flow during rainfall events and in relation to catchment conditions. Hydrol. Process., 27: 2325–2338. [online]

Pahl-Wostl, C., Arthington, A., Bogardi, J., Bunn, S.E., Hoff, H., Lebel, L., Nikitina, E., Palmer, M., Poff, L.N.., Richards, K., Schlüter, M., Schulze, R.E., St-Hilaire, A., Tharme, R., Tockner, K. and Tsegai, D. 2013. Environmental flows and water governance: managing sustainable water uses. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5, 341-351.

Riddell,ES; Lorentz, SA; Ellery, WN; Kotze, D; Pretorius, JJ and Ngetar, SN. 2013. Water table dynamics of a severely eroded wetland system, prior to rehabilitation, Sand River Catchment, South Africa. IAH Special Publication No. 18 Groundwater & Ecosystems. [online]

Riddell, E; Pollard, S; Mallory, S and Sawunyama, T. 2013. A methodology for historical assessment of compliance with environmental water allocations: Lessons from the Crocodile (East) River, South Africa. Hydrological Sciences Journal.

Strydom, T; Riddell, E; Govender, N and Lorentz, S. 2013. The effect of long-term fire treatments on unsaturated hydraulic conductivities and soil compaction in semi-arid savannas in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Flamma 5(2): 89-91. [online]

van Tol, JJ; Le Roux, PAL; Lorentz, SA and Hensley, M. 2013. Hydropedological Classification of South African Hillslopes.Vadose Zone Journal  [online]

Waswa, G; Clulow, AD; Freese, C; Le Roux, PAL and Lorentz,SA. 2013.Transient Pressure Waves in the Vadose Zone and the Rapid Water Table Response. Vadose Zone Journal 12(1). [online]

Yashwant SR and Everson, CS. 2013. Availability and Use of Willow Species in Representative Cold Desert Areas of Northwestern Himalaya, India. Journal of Mountain Science 10(3): 472-481. [online]

Malherbe, J., Engelbrecht, F.A., Landman, W.A., Lumsden, T. AND Theale, C. 2013. Tropical Systems from the Southwest Indian Ocean into Southern Africa: Impacts, Dynamics and Projected Changes. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, RSA, WRC Report 1847/1/12. pp152. Click here to access document

Vogel, C., Colvin, J., Scharfetter, B. 2013. Adaptation to Climate Change –
What May it Mean for the Water Resources Sector? Final Booklet. FINAL BOOKLET K5-1965

Bulcock, H. H. and G. P. W. Jewitt (2012). “Field data collection and analysis of canopy and litter interception in commercial forest plantations in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, South Africa.” Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 16(10): 3717-3728.

Bulcock, H. H. and G. P. W. Jewitt (2012). “Modelling canopy and litter interception in commercial forest plantations in South Africa using the Variable Storage Gash model and idealised drying curves.” Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 16(12): 4693-4705.

Clulow, A. D., C. S. Everson, M. G. Mengistu, C. Jarmain, G. P. W. Jewitt, J. S. Price and P. L. Grundling (2012). “Measurement and modelling of evaporation from a coastal wetland in Maputaland, South Africa.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16(9): 3233-3247.

Chaplot, V., C. N. McHunu, A. Manson, S. Lorentz and G. Jewitt (2012). “Water erosion-induced CO 2 emissions from tilled and no-tilled soils and sediments.” Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 159: 62-69.

Greene, A.M., Hellmuth, M. and Lumsden, T. 2012. Stochastic decadal climate simulations for the Berg and Breede Water Management Areas, Western Cape province, South Africa. Water Resources Research 48, W06504 doi:10.1029/2011WR011152. [online]

Kotze, DC; Ellery, WN; Macfarlane, DM and G. P. W. Jewitt. 2012. “A rapid assessment method for coupling anthropogenic stressors and wetland ecological condition.” Ecological Indicators 13(1): 284-293.

Oakes, E. G. M., J. C. Hughes, G. P. W. Jewitt, S. A. Lorentz and V. Chaplot (2012). “Controls on a scale explicit analysis of sheet erosion.” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37(8): 847-854.

Orchard, CM; Lorentz, SA; Jewitt, GPW and Chaplot, VAM. 2012. Spatial and temporal variations of overland flow during rainfall events and in relation to catchment conditions.” Hydrological Processes 27 (16): 2325–2338.

Warburton, M L; R. E. Schulze and G. P. W. Jewitt (2012). “Hydrological impacts of land use change in three diverse South African catchments.” Journal of Hydrology 414–415(0): 118-135.

Lumsden, T.G. AND Schulze, R.E. (Eds), 2012. Development and Applications of Rainfall Forecasts for Agriculturally Related Decision Making in Selected Catchments of South Africa. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, RSA, WRC Report TT 538/12. pp 207.Click here to access document

Sabine Stuart-Hill, Roland Schulze, John Colvin. 2012. Handbook on Adaptive Management Strategies and Options for the Water Sector in South Africa under Climate Change. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, RSA, WRC Report No. 1843/2/12. Click here to access handbook.

Bossio, D., G. Jewitt and P. van der Zaag (2011). “Smallholder system innovation for integrated watershed management in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Agricultural Water Management 98(11): 1683-1686.

Chaplot, V., G. Jewitt and S. Lorentz (2011). “Predicting plot-scale water infiltration using the correlation between soil apparent electrical resistivity and various soil properties.” Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 36(14-15): 1033-1042.

Chaplot, V., J. Brown, P. Dlamini, T. Eustice, J. L. Janeau, G. Jewitt, S. Lorentz, L. Martin, C. Nontokozo-Mchunu, E. Oakes, P. Podwojewski, S. Revil, C. Rumpel and N. Zondi (2011). “Rainfall simulation to identify the storm-scale mechanisms of gully bank retreat.” Agricultural Water Management 98(11): 1704-1710.

Dlamini, P., C. Orchard, G. Jewitt, S. Lorentz, L. Titshall and V. Chaplot (2011). “Controlling factors of sheet erosion under degraded grasslands in the sloping lands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.” Agricultural Water Management 98(11): 1711-1718.

Gheewala, S. H., G. Berndes and G. Jewitt (2011). “The bioenergy and water nexus.” Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 5(4): 353-360.

Jewitt, G. and R. Kunz (2011). “The impact of biofuel feedstock production on water resources: a developing country perspective.” Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 5(4): 387-398.

Graham, L.P., Andersson, L., Horan, M., Kunz, R., Lumsden, T., Schulze, R., Warburton, M., Wilk, J. and Yang, W. 2011. Using multiple climate projections for assessing hydrological response to climate change in the Thukela River Basin, South Africa. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 36, 727-735. [online]

Mchunu, C. N., S. Lorentz, G. Jewitt, A. Manson and V. Chaplot (2011). “No-Till Impact on Soil and Soil Organic Carbon Erosion under Crop Residue Scarcity in Africa.” Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75(4): 1503-1512.

Mupangwa, W. and G. P. W. Jewitt (2011). “Simulating the impact of no-till systems on field water fluxes and maize productivity under semi-arid conditions.” Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 36(14-15): 1004-1011.

Kongo, M. V., G. W. P. Jewitt and S. A. Lorentz (2011). “Evaporative water use of different land uses in the upper-Thukela river basin assessed from satellite imagery.” Agricultural Water Management 98(11): 1727-1739.

Schulze, R.E., Hewitson, B.C., Barichievy, K.R., Tadross, M.A., Kunz, R.P., Horan, M.J.C. and Lumsden, T.G. 2010. Methodological Approaches to Assessing Eco-Hydrological Responses to Climate Change in South Africa. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, RSA, WRC Report 1562/1/10. pp 197.Click here to access document

Lumsden, T.G. and Schulze, R.E. 2007. Application of Seasonal Climate Forecasts to Predict Regional Scale Crop Yields in South Africa. In Sivakumar, M.V.K. and Hansen, J. (Eds.) Climate Prediction and Agriculture: Advances and Challenges. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, New York, USA. ISBN 978-3-540-44649-1. Chapter 21, 213-224. Clck here for more information