Graham Jewitt mainly focuses on Hydrology, Water resources, Drainage basin, Surface runoff and Land use. His Hydrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Remote sensing, Canopy, Leaf area index and Vegetation. His Water resources study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Natural resource economics, Climate change, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Greenhouse gas.
The Streamflow and River catchment research Graham Jewitt does as part of his general Drainage basin study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Rain fall and Spatial variability, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Surface runoff research incorporates elements of Sediment and Soil retrogression and degradation. His study in the field of Land management also crosses realms of Scale.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Water resources, Drainage basin, Surface runoff and Water resource management. His research investigates the link between Hydrology and topics such as Vegetation that cross with problems in Wet season. Graham Jewitt has researched Water resources in several fields, including Water use, Resource and Natural resource economics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate change and Land use. In his study, Water content is inextricably linked to Soil water, which falls within the broad field of Surface runoff. He interconnects Agroforestry, Rainfed agriculture, Water conservation, Water cycle and Lake basin in the investigation of issues within Water resource management.
His primary areas of investigation include Sustainable development, Water resources, Water resource management, Climate change and Drainage basin. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agriculture and Arable land in addition to Sustainable development. His Water resources research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water quality, Resource, Fishery and Freshwater ecosystem.
His Water resource management study combines topics in areas such as National Water Policy and Land cover. His Climate change research incorporates themes from Streamflow, Tributary, Hydropower and Riparian zone. The concepts of his Drainage basin study are interwoven with issues in Hydrology, Stakeholder engagement and Land use.
Political science, Water energy, Sustainable development, Livelihood and Decision support tools are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Floodplain and Economic system in his study of Livelihood. Among his Decision support tools studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Action, Theme, Grey literature, Regional science and Anthropocene.
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Impacts of climate change on water resources in southern Africa: A review
Samuel Kusangaya;Michele L. Warburton;Emma Archer van Garderen;Graham P.W. Jewitt.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2014)
A GIS-based approach for identifying potential runoff harvesting sites in the Thukela River basin, South Africa
G. de Winnaar;G.P.W. Jewitt;M. Horan.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2007)
Mapping ecosystem services across scales and continents – A review
A watershed approach to upgrade rainfed agriculture in water scarce regions through Water System Innovations: an integrated research initiative on water for food and rural livelihoods in balance with ecosystem functions
J. Rockström;J. Rockström;C. Folke;L. Gordon;N. Hatibu.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2004)
Can Integrated Water Resources Management sustain the provision of ecosystem goods and services
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2002)
Complexity, Modeling, and Natural Resource Management
Ecology and Society (2013)
Hydrological impacts of land use change in three diverse South African catchments
Michele L. Warburton;Roland E. Schulze;Graham P.W. Jewitt.
Journal of Hydrology (2012)
The Development of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus as a Framework for Achieving Resource Security: A Review
Gareth B. Simpson;Graham P. W. Jewitt.
Frontiers in Environmental Science (2019)
The bioenergy and water nexus
Shabbir H. Gheewala;Göran Berndes;Graham Jewitt.
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining (2011)
Water resources planning and modelling tools for the assessment of land use change in the Luvuvhu Catchment, South Africa
G.P.W. Jewitt;J.A. Garratt;I.R. Calder;L. Fuller.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2004)
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