Subject: Environmental SciencesPrimary location: South Africa
Published in:African Journal of Range and Forage SciencePublication date:2014-09-02
Published in:Austral EcologyPublication date:2014-12-17
Floristic composition gradients in KZN
We investigate why different plant communities occur in different parts of the landscape. For instance, what causes savanna species to grow in cert...
Published in:African Journal of Range and Forage SciencePublication date:2015-10-02
This is a review of the book 'Orchids of South Africa: a field guide'.
Published in:Applied GeographyPublication date:2015-09-01
This paper uses environmental domains to investigate climate change impacts on floristic communities. Used together with land use change, a vulnera...
Published in:Remote SensingPublication date:2016-10-28
Published in:Environmental ManagementPublication date:2017-02-04
Land cover change and climate change represent some of the greatest threats to biodiversity globally. Conservation connectivity between protected a...
Published in:Biodiversity and ConservationPublication date:2016-08-22
Areas of high species turnover is an important metric to guide the prioritisation and selection of important biodiversity areas in regional conserv...
Published in:Marine Pollution BulletinPublication date:2014-11-01
The marine environment is becoming highly polluted with litter from various sources. We assess the rates of beach litter accumulation.
Published in:African Journal of Range and Forage SciencePublication date:2007-03-01