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Dalu, T., Wasserman, R.J., Tonkin, J.D., Alexander, M.E., Dalu, M.T.B., Motitsoe, S.N., Manungo, K.I., Bepe, O. & Dube, T. 2017. Assessing drivers of benthic macroinvertebrate community structure in African highland streams: An exploration using multivariate analysis. Science of the Total Environment, 601-602, 1340-1348.

Dalu, M.T.B., Wasserman, R.J. & Dalu, T. 2017. Can Potamonautids be used as umbrella invertebrate species for conservation: Identifying opportunities and challenges related to community sustainable livelihoods. Physics and chemistry of the Earth, 1-7.

De Lacy, P. & Shackleton, C.M. 2017. Aesthetic and spiritual ecosystem services provided by urban sacred sites. Sustainability, 9, 1628, online, doi: 10.3390/su90911628

De Lacy, P. & Shackleton, C.M. 2017. Woody plant species richness, composition and structure in urban sacred sites, Grahamstown, South Africa. Urban Ecosyst, 20: 1169-1179.

Gwedla, N. & Shackleton, C.M. 2017. Population size and development history determine street tree distribution and composition within and between Eastern Cape towns, South Africa. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 25: 11-18.

Martins, A.R.O. & Shackleton, C.M. 2017. Abundance, population structure and harvesting selection of two palm species (Hyphaene coriacea and Phoenix reclinata) in Zitundo area, southern Mozambique. Forest Ecology and Management, 398: 64-74.

Mugido, W. & Shackleton, C.M. 2017. The satefy net function of NTFPs in different agro-ecological zones of South Africa. Popul Environ, 39:107-125.

Mugido, W. & Shackleton, C.M. 2017. The contribution of NTFPs trade to rural livelihoods in different agro-ecological zones of South Africa. International Forestry Review, 19: 306-320.

 

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