The purpose of the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) cropland national assessment is to quantify the environmental benefits of conservation programs at the regional and national levels, which include both onsite and instream water quality benefits. Modeling is an effective tool for environmental assessment at the regional and national scale due to the complexities in nature at this scale. Two simulation models, the Agricultural Policy Environmental extender (APEX) and the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), were used for the CEAP cropland national assessment. A subset of National Resources Inventory (NRI) sample points was selected to serve as "representative fields" for the CEAP cropland survey...
South Africa's Tsitsikamma National Park as a protected breeding area for the commercially exploited chokka squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: ASFA 1: Biological Sciences & Living Resources; Oceanic Abst, Loligo vulgaris reynaudii, PSW, South Africa, Eastern Cape, Tsitsikamma Natl. Park, PSW, South Africa, Western Cape, Tsitsikamma Natl. Park, Q1 01604 Stock assessment and management; O 5020 Fisheries a,
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