Abia A, Ubomba-Jaswa E, Schmidt C, Dippenaar MA(2018) Where Did They Come from? Multi-Drug Resistant Pathogenic Escherichia coli in a Cemetery Environment? Antibiotics 7:73.
Brouwers LB, Dippenaar MA(2018) Partially saturated flow from sand into a discrete smooth open vertical fracture at the soil–rock interface: experimental studies. Bulletin of the IAEG. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10064-018-1258-x
Jones BR, Brouwers LB, van Tonder WD, Dippenaar MA(2017) Assessing geotechnical centrifuge modelling in addressing variably saturated flow in soil and fractured rock. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 24:13203-13223.
Jones BR, Brouwers LB, Dippenaar MA(2017) Partially to fully saturated flow through smooth, clean, open fractures: qualitative experimental studies. Hydrogeol J. 26(3):945-961.
Dippenaar MA, Van Rooy JL (2016) On the cubic law and variably saturated flow through discrete open rough-walled discontinuities. Int. J. Rock Mech. Min. Sci.. 89:200-211.
Campbell SA, Lenhardt N, Dippenaar MA,Götz AE (2016) Geothermal energy from the Main Karoo Basin (South Africa): An outcrop analogue study of Permian sandstone reservoir formations. Energy Procedia. 97:186-193.
Kgari T, Van Wyk Y, Coetzee H, Dippenaar MA (2016) Mine Water approach using Tracers in South African abandoned Coal Mines. In: Drebenstedt, Carsten, Paul, Michael (eds.) Proceedings IMWA: Mining meets Water - Conflicts and Solutions. Freiberg Germany. 410-416. http://www.imwa.info/docs/imwa_2016/IMWA2016_Kgari_97.pdf
Dippenaar MA (2014) Towards a multi-faceted vadose zone assessment protocol: cemetery guidelines and application to a burial site located near a seasonal wetland (Pretoria, South Africa). Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10064-014-0635-3
Dippenaar MA (2014) Towards hydrological and geochemical understanding of an ephemeral palsutrine perched water table "wetland" (Lanseria Gneiss, Midrand, South Africa). Environmental Earth Sciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-014-3153-5
Makonto OT, Dippenaar MA (2014) Aquifer vulnerability using recharge, depth to groundwater, soil type and slope to classiffy the vadose zone (Molototsi and Middle Letaba quaternary catchments, Limpopo Province, South Africa). Environmental Earth Sciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-014-3065-4
Dippenaar MA, Van Rooy JL (2014) Review of engineering, hydrogeological and vadose zone hydrological aspects of the Lanseria Gneiss, Goudplaats-Hout River Gneiss and Nelspruit Suite Granite (South Africa). Journal of African Earth Sciences. 91:12-31. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jafrearsci.2013.11.019
Dippenaar MA (2014) Porosity reviewed: quantitative multi-disciplinary understanding, recent advances and applications in vadose zone hydrology. Geotechnical and Geological Engineering. 32:1-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10706-013-9704-9
Dippenaar MA, Witthüser KT, Van Rooy JL (2009) Groundwater occurrence in basement aquifers in Limpopo Province, South Africa: model-setting-scenario approach. Environmental Earth Science. 59:459-464. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-009-0044-2
Dippenaar MA, Sole MD, Van Rooy JL, Du Toit GJ, Reyneke JL (2005) Determining actual LNAPL plume thickness: review and case study in a fractured aquifer. Bull. Eng. Geol. Environ. (2005) 64: 347-360. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10064-005-0278-5
Dippenaar, M. A., Van Rooy, J. L., Breedt, N., Huisamen, A., Muravha, S. E., Mahlangu, N. S. and Mulders, J. A. (2014). Vadose Zone Hydrology: Concepts and Techniques. Water Research Commission report TT 584/13, project K5/2052. Pretoria.
Dippenaar, M.A., Van Rooy, J. L., Moyo, A., Makonto, O. T. and Freese, R. (2010). Preliminary Vadose Zone Classification Methodology (Molototsi and Middle Letaba Quaternary Catchments). Water Research Commission report KV 243/10, project K8/876. Pretoria.
Dippenaar, M. A. (2015). Hydrological Heritage Overview: Johannesburg - Gold in the Rand, Water from the Land. Water Research Commission. -62pp
Dippenaar, M. A. (2013). Hydrogeological Heritage Overview: Pretoria's Fountains - Arteries of Life. Water Research Commission SP 44/13. Pretoria. -72pp
Ca. Fifteen (15) as presenting author.
AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
GWD-IAH 2011: Executive organising committee of the 2011 joint Ground Water Division / International Association of Hydrogeologists conference in Pretoria, and 2013 and 2015 GWD conferences in Durban and Muldersdrift
GWD: Geological Society of South Africa; Member of Groundwater Division; Co-opted to Executive Committee of GWD (2011-present) and chair (2016-present)
IAH: International Association of Hydrogeologists; Member; Co-chair of Early Career Hydrogeologists’ Network (ECHN) (2011-15); secretary (2011-14) and chair (2014-present) of South African national branch
IUGS: International Union of Geological Sciences; Member of the South African National Committee for the IUGS
SACNASP: South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions; Pr.Sci.Nat. Earth Sciences (400032/06)
SAIEG: South African Institute of Engineering Geology and the Environment; Member
TUT: Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria; External examiner for engineering geology and geohydrology modules