Human impact on Jukskei River
These are the sources and citations used to research The impact of humans on Juskei River. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Saturday, May 9, 2015. Website. The Waste Assimilation Capacity of a reach of the Jukskei River just downstream of Alexandra Township.. [online] Rhodes University.. sanitation facilities inadequate, hence waste including human excreta is discharged on open lands or into the Jukskei. These wastes affect the water quality of the Jukskei River. This study, therefore, determined the changes in water quality as the Jukskei River flowed past Alexandra Figure 1: Map of the Jukskei River and RiverWatch Monitoring Sites. Pollution was measured in three ways. Turbidity shows the amount of suspended particles in the water. The RiverWatch Pollution score is which is based on the colour, smell, clarity, foam and appearance of the river. The bacteriological profile shows E coli concentrations
2. Pollution profile of the upper Jukskei River. Three tests were used to profile the Jukskei River, two measuring pollution and one the health of the river. VisualTracker is a structured observation of the condition of the water, recording colour, opacity, smell, foaming and overall appearance as a single index numbe . It originates near the city centre, passing through suburbia along the eastern edge of the city, and then becoming a tributary of the Crocodile River further downstream
The impact of humans on Juskei River - Geography
- Effects Of Water Pollution In The Jukskei River. The aim of this research project is to research the sources and concentrations of water pollution, such as nitrates, phosphates, pH level, e-coli and surfactants, in the Jukskei River. Water will be tested particularly in the area of the river in and around Alexandra Township, Johannesburg
- Human impact on rivers. Human beings have an impact on river ecosystems. The relationship living organisms have with each other and with their environment is extremely complex. Impacts on a species or a non-living element may have long-term consequences for a river ecosystem
- Literature Review 1. Source A Titled: The Jukskei river is cleaned up. Situated in the North of Joburg the state of the Jukskei river continues to deteriorate and become increasingly unhealthy. In efforts to clean the river partnerships between City parks, the rural and agricultural department has been working towards changing the state of the.
- The Jukskei River is one of the largest rivers in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is the southernmost river in the Crocodile River (West) basin. Course. The Jukskei begins in Ellis Park in Johannesburg. Its original spring was on the former Doornfontein farm, which measured at.
- g activities Geomorphology: A study of processes and factors influencing flow patterns in local stream/rivers - Vaal River A study of the human impact on flow patterns of the Jukskei river in Alexandra Catchment and river management in Gauten
(2004). Effects of human activities on the Waterval River, Vaal River catchment, South Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science: Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 75-81 The Jukskei river runs right across Bezuidenhout valley from the inner city, through to the Bruma Basin. We the residents with properties backing the Jukskei sluice have noticed the vegetation growth inside the confinements of the sluice. The current vegetation is using up precious water, and it poses a problem with the current water shortages EYESORE: The polluted Jukskei River in the Waterfall area just below Woodmead. Picture: Supplied. City makes no effort to stop the pollution from flowing into Jukskei. By Anna Cox Oct 13, 2017 Along the path, lies human excrement and dumped food. Pollution along the banks of the Jukskei river in Alexandra. (Ntwaagae Seleka) Here, people share their living quarters with massive rats. The rodents show no fear of the residents as they scavenge among the food that has been thrown out. Those rats are part of us, although they make us sick
Jukskei: it's not a sewer, it's a river. On a rundown street in Bertrams, in the heart of the inner city, Thabo Motluhuneng peers over a graffiti-scrawled bridge at a stormwater drain by his. Jukskei River) being the poorest and most densely populated area, where housing is mainly in informal dwellings and hostels. The East Bank east of the Jukskei River, an area redeveloped in the 1980's and now occupied by the middle-class community of Alex. This part constitutes less than 5% of Alexandra. Finally, the Far East Bank no
- g to start in Alexandra in Sept/Oct 2010 as Phase 1. With the footage from 2009 and 2010 we can show the ongoing degraded.
- DEVELOPMENT OF WATER QUALITY INDEX (WQI) FOR THE JUKSKEI RIVER CATCHMENT, JOHANNESBURG. Azwidohwi Benson Neswiswi A research report submitted to the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, University of the Witwatersrand, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Science in Engineering Johannesburg, 201
- We have nowhere else to go, say Alex residents living on Jukskei River banks. Residents say while they know they face danger on a daily basis, living on the banks of the river is the only option.
- Degraded sections of Jukskei River to be rehabilitated Among the impacts found at the various sites were: litter along the river banks, dumped rubble, encroachment by alien invasive vegetation.
- ant land use, were analysed for physical, chemical and biological conta
- Huang et al. introduced human activities responsible for non-stationarity in the relation between runoff and sediment load in the Wei River Basin, China. In a study by Zuo et al. (2016) , variations in the annual water and sediment yields of Huangfuchuan River Basin in the Loess Plateau were attributed to the land use land cover change
- The unplanned nature and the overpopulated ground usage, has forced some settlers to build informal housing below the flood line of the Jukskei River and in some instances on unsafe slopes. According to United Nations Environment Programme(2000) during January 2000, unusually heavy rains precipitated and 120 informal households were washed away
Edenvale RiverWatch monitors the Jukskei Rive
- The township of Alexandra (Alex) was established in 1912 and is close to the center of Johannesburg. It covers an area of over 800 ha (including east bank) and its infrastructure was designed for a population of about 70,000. Current population estimates vary widely and have been put at figures ranging from 180,000 to 750,000
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- Northern Works sewage nightmare turns Jukskei black. Big stink: The badly polluted Jukskei River passes Alexandra. Health concerns arise when it floods in the rainy season. Gauteng's most.
- The Jukskei River runs through a densely populated region and the river is generally shallow and heavily polluted. The river and associated tributaries are polluted by decision-making and management so that human use does not have an impact on the river ecosystem condition. The project outputs are in the form o
- To be in the range of 6.5 - 8.5, change due to human activity not to exceed 0.2. Marine waters. Salinity. Change due to human activity not to exceed 10% of ambient. Whole zone. Temperature. Change due to human activity not to exceed 2 o C. Whole zone. Suspended solids (SS) Not to raise the ambient level by 30% caused by human activity. Marine.
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