Conservation Biology MSc Graduates


Sharon Bosma. 2001. Conservation in an urban setting: the dilemma of biological correctness versus social acceptability in implementing an alien vegetation clearing programme in the Cape Peninsula National Park, South Africa. (Supervisor: Peter Ryan).

Daniel Chongo. 2001. Butterfly assemblages of forest, grassland and disturbed ecotones near Goba, Southern Mozambique. (Supervisors: Sue Milton & Mike Picker).

Martim De Melo. 2001. Differentiation between Principe Island and mainland populations of the grey parrot (Psitacus erithacus) and implications for their conservation. (Supervisor: Peter Ryan).

John Foord. 2001. Palaeo-distribution of Afromontane forests in KwaZulu Natal. (Supervisor: William Bond).

Sarah Frazee. 2001. Estimating the costs of conserving a biodiversity hotspot: a case-study of the Cape floristic region, South Africa. (Supervisors: Jane Turpie & Richard Cowling).

Jean Githaiga-Mwicigi. 2001. "Some like it hot?" Investigating the effect of space, climate and landscape structure on the abundance and distribution of birds: a case study on range-restricted and endemic species of arid west South Africa. (Supervisors: Morné du Plessis, Guy Midgeley & Lee Hannah).

Matthew Hemming. 2001. The Treasure oil spill and its influence on moulting African penguins Spheniscus demersus at Robben Island. (Supervisors: Morné du Plessis & Les Underhill).

Alina Lengyel. 2001. Predicting extinction risks to landbirds on tropical islands: a western Indian Ocean Model. (Supervisor: Phil Hockey).

Paul Ndang’ang’a. 2001. A landscape model of grassland decline in Kinangop Plateau, Kenya: Implications for conservation of Sharpe’s Longclaw Macronyx sharpei. (Supervisors: Morné du Plessis & Peter Ryan).

Genevieve Pence. 2001. From conservation planning to implementation: what lies between A case study for the Agulhas. (Supervisors: Jane Turpie & Mark Botha).

Domatilla Raimondo. 2001. Investigating the impacts of plant collecting on the population dynamics of two cycad species using population projection matrices and elasticity analyses. (Supervisors: John Donaldson, Peter Ryan & William Bond).

Ruth Wiseman. 2001. Impacts of elephants and other browsers on selected woody species at Ithala Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa). (Supervisors: T O’Connor & B Page).