• Food web properties vary with climate and land use in South African streams 

      Jackson, M.C.; Fourie, H.E.; Dalu, T.; Woodford, D.J.; Wasserman, R.J.; Zengeya, T.A.; Ellender, B.R.; Kimberg, P.K.; Jordaan, M.S.; Chimimba, C.T.; Weyl, O.L.F. (2020)
      Land use intensification and climate change are two prominent drivers of variation in biological communities. However, we know very little about how these two potential environmental stressors interact. Here we use a stable ...
    • Net effects of multiple stressors in freshwater ecosystems: a meta-analysis 

      Jackson, M.C.; Loewen, C.J.; Vinebrooke, R.D.; Chimimba, C.T. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2016)
      The accelerating rate of global change has focused attention on the cumulative impacts of novel and extreme environmental changes (i.e. stressors), especially in marine ecosystems. As integrators of local catchment and ...
    • Trophic overlap between fish and riparian spiders: potential impacts of an invasive fish on terrestrial consumers 

      Jackson, M.C.; Woodford, D.J.; Bellingan, T.A.; Weyl, O.L.F.; Potgieter, M.J.; Rivers-Moore, N.A.; Ellender, B.R.; Fourie, H.E.; Chimimba, C.T. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2016)
      Studies on resource sharing and partitioning generally consider species that occur in the same habitat. However, subsidies between linked habitats, such as streams and riparian zones, create potential for competition between ...