Conservation Biology MSc Graduates


Mao Angua. 2005. Assessing the ecological integrity of freshwater ecosystems. (Supervisors:Mathieu Rouget, Andrew Balmford & Jenny Day).

Jessica da Silva. 2005. Can conservation genetics save one of South Africa's critically endangered cycads? (Supervisors: Terry Hedderson & G Reeves).

Helen Farmer. 2005. Factors influencing spatial use of the landscape by indigenous herbivores: implications for vegetation monitoring in the Succulent Karoo. (Supervisors: Sue Milton & C van Deventer).

Cloverley Lawrence. 2005. Mapping and Biodiversity Surveys of Subtidal Habitats in KwaZulu Natal. (Supervisors: George Branch & Jean Harris).

Ian Little. 2005. Does timber density influence the abundance of Northern Bobwhite Quails Colinus virginianus? (Supervisor: Tim Crowe).

Steven Lowe. 2005. The impact of invasive fish and invasive plants on the invertebrate fauna of a river in the Cape floristic region. (Supervisor: Jenny Day).

André Mader. 2005. Elephant impact on trees in the Little Karoo. (Supervisor: Timm Hoffman).

Victoria Napier. 2005. Evaluation of the subsistence fishery in the Knysna estuary, South Africa. (Supervisors: Jane Turpie & Barry Clark).

Philip Osano. 2005. Estimating the Opportunity Cost of Biodiversity: A Case Study of the Western Cape, South Africa. (Supervisors: Andrew Balmford, Mathieu Rouget, Jane Turpie & Morné du Plessis).

Alfred Owino. 2005. Papyrus swamp habitat loss and degradation: Impacts on endemic birds in Kenya. (Supervisor: Peter Ryan).

Cheryl-Samantha Owen. 2005. Is the supply of trophy elephants to the Botswana hunting market sustainable? (Supervisor: Phil Hockey).

Seb Rahlao. 2005. Recovery of Worcester Veld Reserve after 65 years of rest from grazing - A long-term vegetation assessment. (Supervisor: Timm Hoffman).

Geoffrey Soka. 2005. The importance of monkey beetle (Scarabaeidae: Hopliini) pollination for Aizoaceae and Asteraceae in grazed and ungrazed sites at Paulshoek, Succulent Karoo, South Africa. (Supervisors: Mike Picker & C Mayer).

Dian Spear. 2005. Dealing with socially complex species in population viability analysis: a case study of the cooperatively-breeding southern ground hornbill, Bucorvus leadbeateri. (Supervisor: Morné du Plessis).