Conservation Biology MSc Graduates


Aphiwe Bewana. 2009. A re-assessment of the state of marine protected area management in South Africa. (Supervisor: Colin Attwood).

Justine Cordingley. 2009. Hot, hotter, gone? Predicting climate-induced species losses from hot African ecosystems. (Supervisor: Phil Hockey).

Tsholofelo Ditlhobolo. 2009. Does protection from grazing alter the species composition and improve grazing value of the semi-arid Karoo rangeland? (Supervisors: Graeme Cumming and Sue Milton).

Simon Dures. 2009. Assessing the impact of management practices on avian taxonomic and functional richness across Cape Town's biodiversity network. (Supervisor: Graeme Cumming).

Maike Hamann. 2009. Evaluating competition between Cape cormorants and purse-seine fisheries in the southern Benguela. (Supervisors: Peter Ryan, Lorien Pichegru and David Grémillet).

Clifton Meek. 2009. Effects of anthropogenic land use on the composition of alien species in riparian zones. (Supervisors: Dave Richardson, Ladislaw Mucina and John Hoffmann).

Alex Menayas. 2009. Detecting multiple paternity in four shark species. (Supervisor: Jacqui Bishop).

Tendai Musvuugwa. 2009. A geographical analysis of the breeding effort and success of ground nesting birds and gamefowl. (Supervisor: Phil Hockey).

Tiwonge Mzumara. 2009. Habitat use and conservation requirements of Malawi's endemic Yellow-throated Apalis Apalis flavigularis. (Supervisor: Phil Hockey).

Tarryn Quayle. 2009. Comparison of movement patterns and activity budgets of monitored vs unmonitored baboon troops. (Supervisor: Justin O'Riain).

Jessica Shaw. 2009. Towards the effective mitigation of avian collisions with overhead power lines: testing and refining a spatial risk model for the blue crane in the Overberg. (Supervisors: Andrew Jenkins and Peter Ryan).