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The impact of change in climate, human demography, and other social factors on the fire regime of the Kogelberg Nature Reserve.
Background. Fire is a dominant ecological factor in the Fynbos Biome in the Western Cape, and changes in the fire regime have important consequences for the biodiversity conservation of the landscape. Fire regimes in the ...
Assessing the compaction susceptibility of South African forestry soils.
The widespread use of heavy machinery during harvesting and extraction operations in South African timber plantations has led to concern that soil compaction is causing long term site productivity declines and environmental ...
Ecotourism for sustainable development : economic valuation of recreational potentials of protected areas in the Congo Basin.
This study was designed to capture the complexity of man-to-forest relationships in the endangered, world-renowned tropical rain forests of the Congo Basin in Africa. Their biological complexity and integrity have been ...