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Ol´i`fant


n.1.An elephant.
2.An ancient horn, made of ivory.
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Environmental health outcomes and exposure risks among at-risk communities living in the Upper Olifants River Catchment, South Africa.
He convinced a local landowner to let him park his caravan on his private bush property, and got to work establishing Transfrontier Africa, a nonprofit focused on the ecological management of the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve.
Bioaccumulation of copper and zinc in Oreochromis mossambicus and Clarias gariepinus, from the Olifants River, Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Metal (Zn, Cu, Mn, Cr, Ni, Al, Pb, Fe) concentration in Clarias gariepinus and Labeo umbratus from the Olifants and Klien Olifants River, Mpumalanga, South Africa, Water S.
Bioaccumulation of Metals in Barbus marequensis from the Olifants River, Krugar National Park and Lethal Levels of Manganese to Juvenile Oreochromis mossambicus MSc Thesis, Rand, Afrikaans University: South Africa1994.
Until this happens, the slurry is a risk to surface and groundwater, as dams have a nasty habit of leaking; it is coal slurry that is at least partly responsible for the Olifants River, which runs through Mpumalanga's coal region, having the unfortunate distinction as South Africa's most polluted river.
Lotz, under plants (NMBA 2047); 1[female] Vredenburg, Olifants Kraal (32.
The direction it exploded was over the mouth of the Olifants River near Strandfontein, towards the south-west of her.
The sunny Cape Winelands and surrS ounding coastal regions stretch from the Olifants River region in the north, to Constantia on the southern slopes of Table Mountain, to Walker Bay in the south.
There are four major regions: Olifants River, Klein Karoo, Breede River Valley, and the Coastal Region, Boberg, all of which lie within the Western Cape geographical unit.
Kruger National Park At Olifants Camp "Sky Rangers" set up telescopes at a remote viewing site on the bank of the Olifants river for visitors to view the spectacular Kruger night sky.