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Conservation Biology MSc Graduates

2013

Daniël Cloete. 2013. Understanding the decline of Martial Eagles in South Africa (Supervisor: Arjun Amar).

Lea Cohen. 2013. Increased foraging effort of breeding Cape gannets fails to compensate for reduced prey availability. (Supervisors: David Gremillet, Lorien Pichegru, Peter Ryan).

Kimon de Greef. 2013 The booming illegal abalone fishery in Hangberg: tough lessons for small-scale fisheries governance in South Africa. (Supervisors: Serge Raemakers, Merle Sowman).

Katherine Forsythe. 2013. Exploring the relationship between restored ecosystem function and species composition: a meta-analysis. (Supervisors: Peter Carrick, Arjun Amar).

Jessica Greenston. 2013. Assessing the suitability of an individual transferable quota system to address unregulated by-catch in South Africa’s inshore trawl fishery. (Supervisor: Colin Attwood).

Craig Harding. 2013. Tracking African penguins (Sphensicus demersus) outside of the breeding season: regional effects and fishing pressure during the pre-moult period. (Supervisor: Peter Ryan)

Wade Lane. 2013. Is the grass really greener on the other side? Would additional nitrogen, phosphorous and water to a savanna in the Kruger National Park result in a change in the feeding behaviour and diet of local ungulates? (Supervisor: Ed February).

Vera Liebau. 2013. Exploitation of rocky intertidal marine resources in South Africa. (Supervisor: Charles Griffiths).

Christine Madden. 2013. The impacts of corvids on biodiversity. (Supervisor: Arjun Amar).

Jayaneesh Namah. 2013. Sausage tree decline in Kruger National Park (Supervisor: Jeremy Midgeley).

Heinz Ortmann. 2013. Conserving Wilkins’ Bunting Nesospiza wilkinsi – an endangered, single island endemic. (Supervisor:  Peter Ryan).

Louise Palframan. 2013. From cost-effectiveness to economic-efficiency in conservation planning: the importance of considering the economic benefits of conservation. (Supervisor: Jane Turpie).

Koebraa Peters. 2013. Marine alien species in Western Cape harbours, South Africa: a tool for strategically focusing monitoring efforts. (Supervisors: Charles Griffiths, Tamara Robinson).

Kirsten Retief. 2013 Cycad forensics: Using stable isotopes and radio carbon dating techniques to trace the origins of ex situ cycads (Supervisor: Adam West).

Carolyn Sanguinetti. 2013. Patterns in reef fish assemblages as determined by baited remote underwater video (BRUV) along the western side of False Bay: effects of site, depth, and protection. (Supervisors: Colin Attwood, Albrecht Götz).