Articles by Author: S P Weerts

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  1. A REVIEW OF THE ICHTHYOFAUNA OF THE MHLATHUZE ESTUARY

    A REVIEW OF THE ICHTHYOFAUNA OF THE MHLATHUZE ESTUARY

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Aquatic Sciences
    The fish fauna of the Mhlathuze estuary was reviewed making reference to surveys dating from 1948 to 1997. The concept of Estuarine Dependence Category was employed to describe species affinities with the marine, estuarine and freshwater environments.
  2. The icthyofauna of the Mhlathuze coastal lakes: some preliminary results

    The icthyofauna of the Mhlathuze coastal lakes: some preliminary results

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    The fish faunas of the four Mhlathuze coastal lakes and the lower river comprise a diverse assortment of over fifty marine, estuarine and freshwater species. Three freshwater species are endemic to KwaZulu-Natal and nine estuarine species are endemic to southern...
  3. Intrusion of beach-disposed dredger spoil into the Mhlathuze Estuary, South Africa, and its impact on <em>Zostera capensis</em>

    Intrusion of beach-disposed dredger spoil into the Mhlathuze Estuary, South Africa, and its impact on <em>Zostera capensis</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    Port expansion at Richards Bay on the east coast of South Africa between 1996 and 1999 required the disposal of some 5,998,429 m3 of dredge spoil. This was deposited via a pipeline onto the adjacent beach and spilled into the...
  4. Mesozooplankton of the Kosi Bay lakes, South Africa

    Mesozooplankton of the Kosi Bay lakes, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    The Kosi coastal lake system, a chain of four interconnected basins, is located in the subtropical north-eastern corner of South Africa. Little information is available on zooplankton of the system and the main aim of this study is to report...