Conservation Biology MSc Graduates


Wayne Boyd. 1993. Threatened plant surveys: a quantitative approach to prioritizing taxa and areas. (Supervisor: Tim Crowe).

Michael Cameron. 1993. Treefall gaps and forest dynamics: a comparative analysis of harvested and unharvested forests in the southern Cape. (Supervisor: William Bond).

Schalk De Waal. 1993. Population vulnerability analysis of African elephant populations, and its implications for stocking strategies (Supervisor: Mike Bergh).

Norbert Dorndorf. 1993. Translocation strategies for the conservation of the black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis). (Supervisor: Mike Bergh).

Caroline Gelderblom. 1993. Conservation status of small endemic mammals of South Africa, with emphasis on the subterranean orders. (Supervisors: Roy Siegfried & Jenny Jarvis).

Jeanne Hurford. 1993. Geographical analysis of rare birds in the northern Kruger National Park: distribution, abundance and habitat associations. (Supervisors: Alan Kemp & Mandy Lombard).

Deon Nel. 1993. Biotechnology: a powerful tool for conserving biodiversity. (Supervisors: Tim Crowe & Eric Harley).

John Rainbird. 1993. Does the existing system of publicly-owned protected areas in South Africa adequately conserve large terrestrial mammals? (Supervisor: Roy Siegfried).

Trevor Sandwith. 1993. Criteria for determining priorities in ecosystem conservation research. (Supervisor: Roy Siegfried).