Conservation Biology MSc Graduates


Salamatu Abdu. 2015. Does the availability of shade limit use of waterholes by desert birds? (Supervisors: Susan Cunningham, Peter Ryan).

Alexander Atkins.  2015. An experimental assessment of the efficacy of falconry to mitigate a human-wildlife conflict: Egyptian geese Alpochen aegyptiaca on golf courses. (Supervisor: Arjun Amar).

Bruce Baigrie. 2015. Fun and fear in False Bay Nature Reserve: Green space affordances in the post-apartheid city. (Supervisors: Pippin Anderson, Shari Daya, Dale Wright).

Jenna Bowker. 2015. Using real-time forest loss alerts and global deforestation maps to assess the effectiveness of Africa's tropical protected areas. (Supervisors: Graeme Cumming, Eleonore Hellard)

Kate Cronin. 2015. Aliens in the nursery: assessing the awareness and attitudes of Cape Town nursery managers in regard to invasive species regulations. (Supervisors: Timm Hoffman, Haylee Kaplan).

John Dickens. 2015. Extracting fish abundance indices from recreational fishing competition data. (Supervisor: Colin Attwood).

Marcela Espinaze. 2015. Understanding host-tick interactions: risk assessment of mammalian infection in South Africa. (Supervisors: Graeme Cumming, Eleonore Hellard).

Francesca Fazey. 2015. The role of buoyancy in the dispersal of marine plastic debris and the impact of biofouling: does size matter. (Supervisor: Peter Ryan, Coleen Moloney).

Liezl le Roux. 2015. The relationship between MHC diversity, parasite load and mate choice in Black Sparrowhawks (Accipiter melanoleucus). (Supervisors: Jacqui Bishop, Arjun Amar).

Juan Millan. 2015. Multi-nest building in Black Sparrowhawks Accipiter melanoleucus, an adequate strategy to cope with Egyptian Geese Alopochen aegyptiaca conflict in an urbanised landscape. (Supervisors: Arjun Amar, Petra Sumasgutner).

Alexandra Russo. 2015. The prevalence of documentation discrepancies in CITES (Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) trade data for Appendix I and I species exported out of Africa between the years 2003 and 2012. (Supervisors: Timm Hoffman, Markus Bergener).

Dara Sands. 2015. Mapping the sensitivity of Lesotho's avifauna to wind farm developments. (Supervisors: Rob Simmons, Samantha Ralston, Arjun Amar, Shane McGuinness).