Books, book chapters and journals

BROWN, C.A. and MAGOBA, R.N. 2008. (eds).  Cape Town’s rivers and wetlands.  Caring for our rich aquatic heritage. Water Research Commission Publication, Pretoria.  399 pp.

Brown, C., Pemberton, c., Birkhead, A., Bok, a., Boucher, c., Dollar, e., Harding, W., Kamish, w., King, j., Paxton, b. and Ractliffe, s.  2006. In Support of Water-resources planning – highlighting key management issues using DRIFT: A Case study.  Water SA Vol. 32 No. 2. Pg 181-191.

BROWN, C.A. and WARD, D.  1990.  The morphology of the syrinx of the order Charadriformes (Aves): Possible phylogenetic implications.  Bonn. Zoo. Beitr. 41: 95-107.

BROWN, C.A. and WATSON, P. 2007.  Decision Support Systems for Environmental Flows:  Lessons from Southern Africa.  Journal of River Basin Management. Volume 5, Issue 3. 169–178.

Brown, C.A., van der Berg, E., Sparks, A. and magoba, r.n. 2010. Options for meeting the Ecological Reserve for a raised Clanwilliam Dam. Water SA Vol 36 (4).

Dollar, E.S.J, Nicolson, C.R., Brown, C.A., Turpie, J.K., Joubert, A.R, Turton, A.R., Grobler, D.F. and Manyaka, S.M. 2010. The development of the South African Water Resource Classification System (WRCS): a tool towards the sustainable, equitable and efficient use of water resources in a developing country. Water Policy 12: 479–499.

KING, J.M. and BROWN, C.A. 2006. Environmental Flows: Striking the Balance between Development and Resource Protection. Ecology and Society 11 (2): 26.

KING, J.M. and BROWN, C.A. 2009. Integrated Flow Assessments: concepts and method development in Africa and South-east Asia.  Freshwater Biology 55 (1): 127-146.

KING, J.M. and BROWN, C.A. 2011. Water in the environment. In: Grafton, C. and Hussey, K. Water Resources, Planning and Management: Challenges and Solution. Cambridge University Press. Chapter finalised June 2009.

KING, J.M., BROWN, C.A. and SABET, H.  2003. A scenario-based holistic approach to environmental flow assessments for regulated rivers.  Rivers Research and Applications 19 (5-6).  Pg 619-640.

NEL, J.L., Turak, E., LINKE, S. and BROWN, C. 2010. A new era in catchment management: Integration of environmental flow assessment and freshwater conservation planning. Marine and Freshwater Ecology.

PBWO/IUCN 2007. Pangani River System - State of the Basin Report – 2007.  PBWO, Moshi, Tanzania and IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Program, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN: 978-2-8317-0977-2. 48 pp.

SIEGFRIED, W.R. and Brown, C.A.  1992.  The distribution and protection of mammals endemic to southern Africa.  S. A. J. Wildlife Management 22: 11-16.

TANNER, A., BROWN, C. and LOUW, D. Under review. Implementing Environmental Flow requirements in shared river basins: Three case studies. WaterSA.

Welcomme, R.L., Bene, C., BROWN, C., Arthington, a., Dugan, P., King, J.M. and Sugunan, V. 2005.  Predicting the water requirements of river fisheries. Wetlands and Natural Resource Management, eds. J.T.A. Verhoeven; B. Beltman; R. Bobbink; D.F. Whigham. Ecological Studies Vol. 190, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg. p. 123-154.

E.E.J. Sieben, Reinecke, M.K. 2008. Description of reference conditions for restoration projects of riparian vegetation from the species-rich Fynbos biome. South African Journal of Botany, 74 (3): 401-411

Reinecke, M.K., Pigot, A., King, J.M. 2008. Spontaneous succession of riparian Fynbos: Is unassisted recovery a viable restoration strategy? South African Journal of Botany, 74 (3): 412-420.

PITTOCK, J., MENG, J.H., BARRÊTO, S., BROWN, C., HERNÁNDEZ-MORA, N., LIU, T., MENA, J.L., NAGEL,W.,GALLEGO,M.S.SOTO, A.SUASSUNA,J. and TERZIS. E. 2009 Inter-basin water transfers and water scarcity in a changing world -a solution or a pipedream? -A discussion paper for a burning issue. Publisher: WWF Germany,Editors:J.Pittock,J.Meng, M.Geiger.A.K. Chapagain.

Schachtschneider, K., Reinecke, K. 2014. Riparian trees as common denominators across a river flow spectrum: are ecophysiological methods useful tools in Environment Flow Assessments? Water SA 40(2): 287-297.

Reinecke, M.K., Brown, C.A., Esler, K.J., King, J.M., Kleynhans, M.T., Kidd, M. Links between lateral vegetation zones and rive flow. Wetlands 33(5): 473-486.

Reinecke, M.K., Brown, C.A., Esler, K.J., King, J.M. In press. Lateral zones in Fynbos Riparian Vegetation. Water SA.

BIRKHEAD, A.L., BROWN, C.A., JOUBERT, A., SINGH, A. and TLOU, T. 2018. The Pongola Floodplain, South Africa. Part 1: Two-dimensional hydrodynamic modelling in support of an environmental flow assessment. Water SA 44(4). 730-745.

BROWN, C., JOUBERT, A., TLOU, T., BIRKHEAD, A., MARNEWECK, G, PAXTON, B. and SINGH. A. 2018. The Pongola Floodplain, South Africa. Part 2: Holistic Environmental Flow Assessment. Water SA 44(4). 746-775.

BROWN, C., ZAKARIA, V., JOUBERT, A., RAFIQUE, M, MURAD, J., KING, J., HUGHES, J, CARDINALE, P. AND ALONZO, L. 2018. Achieving an environmentally-sustainable outcome for the Gulpur Hydropower Project in the Poonch River Mahaseer National Park, Pakistan. Journal of Environmental Management. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40899-018-0227-7. 18 pp.

KING, J.M., BROWN, C.A. 2018. Environmental Flows, minimum flows and the mystery of ten percent. In: Gough, P and Royte, J. (eds) Sea to Source. Protection and restoration of fish migration in rivers worldwide. World Fish Migration Foundation. Pp 107-111.

KING JM and BROWN C. 2018. Environmental Flow Assessments Are Not Realizing Their Potential as an Aid to Basin Planning. Front. Environ. Sci. 6:113. doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2018.00113

WORLD BANK GROUP. 2018 Good Practice Handbook: EFlows Assessments for hydropower projects. World Bank Group. 135 pp.

 

 

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