• Changes in soil nematode populations indicate an annual life cycle at Cape Hallett, Antarctica 

      Yeates, G.W.; Scott, M.B.; Chown, S.L.; Sinclair, B.J. (Elsevier GmbH., 2009)
      Soil biological studies have suggested that generations of terrestrial nematodes in continental Antarctica may take many years. We sampled soil nematodes at three sites in the Adélie penguin colony at Cape Hallett on four ...
    • Mapping ecosystem services for planning and management 

      Egoh, B.; Reyers, B.; Rouget, M.; Richardson, D.M.; Le Maitre, D.C.; van Jaarsveld, A.S. (Elsevier B.V., 2008)
      This study mapped the production of five ecosystem services in South Africa: surface water supply, water flow regulation, soil accumulation, soil retention, and carbon storage. The relationship and spatial congruence ...
    • Spatial congruence between biodiversity and ecosystem services in South Africa 

      Egoh, B.; Reyers, B.; Rouget, M.; Bode, M.; Richardson, D.M. (Elsevier Ltd., 2009)
      Ecosystems services sustain humans all over the world. The unsustainable use of ecosystem services around the world has led to widespread degradation which now threatens human health and livelihoods. Although the maintenance ...
    • System dynamic modeling to assess economic viability and risk trade-offs for ecological restoration in South Africa. 

      Crookes, D.J.; Blignaut, J.N.; de Wit, M.P.; Esler, K.J.; Le Maitre, D.C.; Milton, S.J.; Mitchell, S.A.; Cloete, J.; de Abreu, P.; Fourie, H.; Gull, K.; Marx, D.; Mugido, W.; Ndhlovu, T.; Nowell, M.; Pauw, M.; Rebelo, A. (2013)
      Can markets assist by providing support for ecological restoration, and if so, under what conditions? The first step in addressing this question is to develop a consistent methodology for economic evaluation of ecological ...