This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the

This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the



INDEX TO THE JOURNALS OF THE MOUNTAIN CLUB OF SOUTH AFRICA

1979 to 2000 (volumes 82-103)





This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the
International Year of the Mountains 2002.

Mountains are This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the fragile ecosystems which are globally important as water towers of the earth, repositories of rich biological diversity, popular destinations for recreation and tourism and areas of important cultural heritage. They This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the provide a direct life-support base for about 10% of humankind. They also provide 30-60% of downstream fresh water in humid areas and up to 70-95% in semi-arid to arid environments. Rapid and growing This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the awareness of the importance of mountain areas in recent years prompted the United Nations General Assembly in November 1998 to declare 2002 as the International Year of Mountains.


The International Year of Mountains promoted This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the the conservation and sustainable development of mountain regions, aiming to ensure the well-being of both mountain inhabitants (whose livelihoods, cultural heritage, opportunities and overall well-being are at stake) and lowland This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the communities.



Cover: Richard Knott descending ^ The Column, KwaZulu-Natal Drakensberg. Photographer: Anthony van Tonder


Published by the Mountain Club of South Africa (Magaliesberg and Johannesburg Sections), 2003.


Editor: Petro Grobler (Magaliesberg Section).


Also available This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the:

Index to the Journals of the Mountain Club of South Africa, volumes 1-71 (1891-1968), M.C.S.A. (Cape Town Section), 1970.

Index to the Journals of the Mountain Club of South Africa, volumes 72-81 (1969-1978), M.C.S This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the.A. (Cape Town Section), 1980.


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ISBN: 0-620-31046-4


PREFACE


This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa employs the methodology used for the previous two published This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the indices: 1891-1968 and 1969-1978.


It can be speculated that it might be the last Journal Index to be published in this format. In this electronic age, the full index is already available on the This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the Club’s Web Page, http://mcsa.org.za, where it may be automatically searched by a search engine. The task remains to integrate all three published indices, removing the This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the double entries per author and subject, and perhaps even adding abstracts per article. It is likely that the publishing medium for such a revised index would be electronic (e.g. CD-ROM or This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the on the Web). Be that as it may, it is hoped that in the interim this index will unlock the value of the most recent Journals for use by Club members and all This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the interested parties.


Funding for the publication of this index was provided by an allocation from the 1995-1997 Journal Fund of the Mountain Club of South Africa (Johannesburg and Magaliesberg Sections). The hard work of This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the the volunteers who published these journals is gratefully acknowledged.


It could not be ascertained for sure who of Cape Town Section worked on the indexing of the 1979-1991 Journals, but thanks can This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the at least be extended for this index to Jacci Hall, Janine Lessing, Marianne Reichardt, Jock Ritchie, Mike Scott and Marie Snijders of Cape Town Section and to Neil Griffin, Jenny Paterson This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the and Russ Dodding of Johannesburg Section. A special thanks is due to Ernst Lotz of Stellenbosch Section who shouldered a large workload. Another special thanks goes to Uschi Magg of Johannesburg Section This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the who acted as treasurer and administrator of the project.


^ Petro Grobler


How to use this Index


The methodology used for compiling this index follows that used for the two previous indices i.e.

Entries This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the appear in alphabetical sequence under authors’ names as well as subject headings. Each article is indexed as a whole with added entries where necessary. Each article is entered under the most specific This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the heading that fits the whole article e.g. an article about AFRICA FACE, Table Mt., is entered under AFRICA FACE, Table Mt., not under TABLE Mt.

If a considerable part of an article on This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the a region is devoted to a specific peak in that region, an additional entry is мейд under the name of that peak.

Always look first under the name of This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the the specific area, route, peak, etc. required. If the information required is not found in articles which deal specifically with that area, it may be found in articles listed under the wider area This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the of which this forms part, e.g. additional information about AFRICA FACE may be contained in an article that deals with TABLE Mt. comprehensively.

Always look through the “see also” references listed after This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the the articles in case the information required may have been entered under a more specific heading.

Sub-headings have been limited to as few as possible.


Routes on Table Mountain are This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the entered under their individual names, e.g. AFRICA FACE, Table Mt. Routes on other peaks and mountains will be found under the name of the peak or mountain.


Illustrations: Photographs that This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the illustrate articles are not given separate entries, but are indicated in the entries for articles as photo(s.) or illus.(trs.) (illustration(s)).

If a specific peak appears prominently on a photograph of a mountain This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the range or neighbouring peak, an added entry is мейд under the name of that peak, e.g. if Lion’s Head appears very prominently on a photograph illustrating an article about This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the Table Mt., the photograph is indicated as “photo.” or “illus.” in the entry for Table Mt. and an added entry is мейд under ^ LION’S HEAD “Illustrations”. If a peak or mountain, which This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the is not given an added entry, appears prominently on a photograph, this is entered under the sub-heading “Illustrations”.

All photographs that do not illustrate articles are entered under This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the the sub-heading “Illustrations”.


Maps: Apart from being mentioned in the collation of articles that they illustrate, maps are also grouped under geographical area in a special list at the end of the This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the Index. If a map of a specific mountain is sought it may be found in the general index under the name of that mountain, but see also the list of maps This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the under the name of the province or country.


^ Mountain Club of S.A. The style of the previous indices was followed and therefore many subjects are covered in this wide category, some in This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the subheadings under specific Sections. It is therefore advisable to consult this heading.


Routine matters, such as annual reports, are indexed analytically only for references to specific subjects and persons, most frequently under This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the ^ Mountain Club of S.A.


Reviews are listed under the headings “BOOKS, Reviews”.


Poems are listed under the heading “POEMS”.


Plants are entered under their botanical species’ names, with reference to common This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the names.


Changes in the names of countries, provinces, towns, institutions and in spelling. During the period covered by this Index, many important name changes occurred in Southern Africa and the process continues (e This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the.g. South West Africa became Namibia, South Africa was demarcated into new provinces with new names in 1994 and the names of towns are changing.) The new names were used for This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the indexing even though the older articles still use the old names. The spelling of Zulu names in the KwaZulu-Natal Drakensberg is in some cases still uncertain.

CONCORDANCE


Volume


1979 - 82

1980 - 83

1981 - 84

1982 - 85

1983 - 86

1984 - 87

1985 - 88

1986 - 89

1987 - 90

1988 - 91

1989 - 92

1990 - 93

1991 - 94

1992 - 95

1993 - 96

1994 - 97

1995 - 98

1996 - 99

1997 - 100

1998 - 101

1999 - 102

2000 - 103



^ LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS


abstr. abstract

b This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the&w black and white

bibl. bibliography

col. colour

comp. compiled by/compiler

diagr.(s) diagram(s)

E. East(ern)

ed. edited by/edition/editor

edit. editorial

illus.(trs.) illustrated by/illustration(s)/illustrator(s)

jt. joint

et al and This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the others

Mt.(s.)./mt.(s.) mountain(s)

N. North(ern)

p. page

photo.(s.) photograph(s) ((pl.(s).: Abbreviation used in previous indices for photographic plate(s) as reproduction was via plates.)

Pk.(s This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the.)/pk.(s.) peak(s)

pl.(s.) see photo.(s.)

port.(s.) portrait(s)

pseud. pseudonym

R.D. Route Description: pitch-by-pitch technical description of rock climbing route. (Tec: Abbreviation used in previous indices This third Journal Index of the Mountain Club of South Africa is dedicated to the)

Rte.(s.)/rte.(s.) route(s)

S. South(ern)

S.A. South Africa

tab.(s.) table(s)

Tec. see R.D.

W. West(ern)



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