Cundill, G. 2010. Monitoring social learning processes in adaptive comanagement: three case studies from
South Africa. Ecology and Society 15 (3):28.

Cundill, G. & Fabricius, F. 2010. Monitoring the governance dimension of natural resource management.
Online publication, Ecology & Society 15 (1).

Humphries, M.S., Kindness, A., Ellery, W.N., Hughes, J.C. & Benitez-Nelson, C.R. 2010. 137Cs and 210Pb
derived sediment accumulation rates and their role in the long-term development of the Mkuze River floodplain,
South Africa. Geomorphology 119: 88-96.

Grenfell, S.E., Ellery, W.N., Grenfell, M.C., Ramsay, L.F. & Flugel, T.J. 2010. Sedimentary facies and
geomorphic evolution of a blacked-valley lake: Lake Futululu, northern Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.
Sedimentology 57: 1159-1174.

Humphries, M.S., Kindness, A., Ellery, W.N. & Hughes, J.C. 2010. Sediment geochemistry, mineral
precipitation and clay neoformation on the Mkuze River floodplain, South Africa. Geoderma 157: 15-26.

Kaschula, S.A. & Shackleton, C.M. 2010. The magnitude of bush-meat offtake by rural communities in South
Africa: a quantitative study from the Mt Frere region of the Eastern Cape. Environmental Conservation 36:

McCarthy, T.S., Ellery, W.N., Backwell, L., Marren, P., de Klerk, B., Tooth, S., Brandt, D. & Woodborne, S.
2010. The character, origin and paleoenvironmental significance of the Wonderkrater spring mound, South
Africa. Journal of African Earth Sciences 58: 115-126.

McConnachie, M. & Shackleton, C.M. 2010. Public green space inequality in small towns in South Africa.
Habitat International 34: 244-248.

Reed, M. S., Evely, A.C., Cundill, G., Fazey, I., Glass, J., Laing, A., Newig, J., Parrish, B., Prell, C., Raymond,
C. & Stringer, L.C. 2010. What is Social Learning? Online publication, Ecology and Society 15 (4).
Shackleton, C.M., Paumgarten, F., Mthembu, T., Ernst, L. Pasquini, M. & Pichop, G. 2010. Production of and
trade in African indigenous vegetables in the urban and peri-urban areas of Durban, South Africa. Development
southern Africa 27: 291-308.

Shackleton, C.M., Willis, T.J., Brown, K. & Polunin, N.V.C. 2010. Reflecting on the next generation of models
for community-based natural resources management. Environmental Conservation 37(1): 1-4.

Sinchembe, M. & Ellery, W.N. 2010. Human impacts on hydrological health and the provision of ecosystem
services: a case study of the eMthonjeni-Fairview Spring wetland, Grahamstown, South Africa. African Journal
of Aquatic Science 35(3): 227-239.

Steele, M.Z. & Shackleton, C.M. 2010. Using local experts as benchmarks for household local ecological
knowledge: scoring in South African savannas. Journal of Environmental Management 91: 1641-1646.

Ward, C.D, Parker, C.M. & Shackleton, C.M. 2010. The use and appreciation of botanical gardens as urban
green spaces in South Africa. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 9: 49-55.


Gambiza, J., Chidumayo, E., Prins, H., Fritz, H. & Nyathi, P. 2010. Chapter 5. Livestock and Wildlife. In:
Chidumayo, E.N. & Gumbo, D.J. (eds). The dry forests and woodlands of Africa: managing for products and
services. Earthscan. (ISBN 978-1-84971-131-9). Pp. 179-204.

Shackleton, C.M., Shackleton, S.E., Gambiza, J., Nel, E., Rowntree, K., Urquhart, P., Fabricius, C. & Ainslie,
A. 2010. Livelihoods and vulnerability in the arid and semi-arid lands of southern Africa: exploring the links
between ecosystem services and poverty alleviation. Nova Publishers. (ISBN 978-1-60876-940-7).

Shackleton, C.M. & Shackleton, S.E. 2010. Chapter 2. Poverty mitigation and local economic development
through use of natural resources: examples from South Africa. In: Soloman, B.O. (ed.). Sustainable utilisation
of energy and biodiversity resources for wealth creation and development. NAM S&T and Scitech Publications,
Chennai. (ISBN 978-81-8371-312-2). Pp. 25-43.

Shackleton, S.E., Shackleton, C.M., Wynberg, R., Sullivan, C., Leakey, R., Mander, M., McHardy, T., den
Adel, S., Botelle, A., du Plessis, P., Lombard, C., Laird, S., Cunningham, T. & O’Regan, D. (2009) .
Livelihood trade-offs in the commercialisation of multiple use NTFPs: lessons from marula (Sclerocarya birrea
subsp. caffra) in southern Africa. In: Rai, N. & Uma Shaanker, R. (eds). Non-timber forest products and
conservation in Asia. ATREE, Bangalore. (ISBN 81-902338-1-5). Pp. 139-173.

Shackleton, S.E. & Gumbo, D. 2010. Chapter 4. Contribution of non-wood forest products to livelihoods and
poverty alleviation. In: Chidumayo, E.N. & Gumbo, D.J. (eds). The dry forests and woodlands of Africa:
managing for products and services. Earthscan, London. Pp. 63-92.

Shackleton, S.E., Cocks, M., Dold, A., Kaschula, S., Kokwe, G., Mbata, K. & von Maltitz, G. 2010. Chapter 5.
Non-wood forest products: description, use and management. In: Chidumayo, E.N. & Gumbo, D.J. (eds). The
dry forests and woodlands of Africa: managing the forests for products and services. Earthscan. Pp. 93-130.

Shackleton, S.E. 2010. Over-regulation and complex bureaucratic procedure: A disincentive for compliance?
The case of kiaat, a valuable carving wood in Bushbuckridge, South Africa. Case Study D. In Laird, S.A.,
McClean, R. & Wynberg, R.P. (eds). Wild product governance: finding policies that work for non-timber forest
products. Earthscan, London. (ISBN 978-1-84407-500-3). Pp. 199-204.


Shackleton, C.M. & Gambiza, J. 2010. Tackling invasive species: the story of a shrub in South Africa. Current
Conservation 4: 26-28.


Curran, P. & Shackleton, S. 2010. Investing in carbon, who will and why: an analysis of manufacturing
businesses in the Eastern Cape. 41st Annual Geography Students Conference, Rhodes University, Eastern Cape:
28-30th August.

Curran, P. 2010. The research and development of a voluntary carbon standard for the subtropical thicket biome.
Annual Thicket Forum, Assegai Trails, Eastern Cape: 6-8th October.

Kota, Z. 2010. Last child in the woods? A tentative response to Louv’s Nature Deficit Disorder from the
Eastern Cape. Paper presentation, ISER research colloquium, Rhodes University, Eastern Cape. 1st November

Kull, C.A. & Shackleton, C.M. 2010. Adapting to new societies: the adoption of introduced Australian acacias.
Paper presentation, International Conference on “Australia Acacias as invasive species”, Stellenbosch, 4-8

Marais, C., Cowling, R.M., Powell, M. & Mills, A. Conference publication. Establishing the platform for a
carbon sequestration market in South Africa: the Working for Woodlands Subtropical Thicket Restoration
Programme. XIII World Forestry Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 18-23 October 2010.

McConnachie, M., Cowling, R., Knight, K., Marais, C. and Difford, M. 2010. Challenges and opportunities for
state run restoration: lessons learnt from South Africa’s Working for Water Project. Association for tropical
biodiversity and conservation. (International Conference, Oral presentation), Indonesia, Bali.

McConnachie, M., Cowling, R. and Knight, K. 2010. A pragmatic methodology for bridging the gap between
science and management. Bridging Conservation and Development in Latin America and Africa. (International
Conference, Poster), USA, Florida.

Shackleton, S.E. 2010. A conceptual framework for integrating climate change adaptation into higher education
learning and research that strengthens capacity to respond to climate change at multiple levels. ICID 2nd
International Conference: climate, sustainability and development in semi-arid lands in Fortaleza, Brazil, 16-20
August 2010. Invited panellist.

Shackleton, S.E. & Kelly, K. 2010. Title of Paper: HIV/AIDS, climate change and the environment. Political
Economy of HIV and AIDS. 7-9 March, East London (organised by Eastern Cape Socio Economic
Consultative Council - ECSECC).

Shackleton, S.E. 2010. Linking livelihoods and ecosystem vulnerability in southern Africa: Consequences for
conservation and development. Invited speaker, "Changing Contexts: The Planet's Rapidly Changing
Environment." Session. "Bridging Conservation and Development in Latin America and Africa.
Changing Contexts, Changing Strategies". January 28 - 30, University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida. Paper for
Ecology and Society in preparation.

Shackleton, S.E. & Shackleton, C.M. 2010. Linking livelihood vulnerability and ecosystem vulnerability in
southern Africa: consequences for ecosystem management and development. Proceedings of the 2010 Congress
of the Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, 6-9 October.

Shackleton, C.M. Public lecture: 26 March 2010 - The contribution of non-timber forest products to rural
livelihoods and poverty prevention in southern Africa (a fairly dry place). Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology
and the Environment, Bangalore ((India).

Shackleton, C. M. Public lecture: 14 May 2010 - The impacts of HIV/AIDS on natural resource use and
management in southern Africa. Bangalore Agricultural University, Bangalore (India).
Shackleton, C.M. Public lecture: 31 May 2010 - Private land conservancies as conservation instruments in South
Africa. Nature Conservation Foundation, Mysore (India).

Thondhlana, G. Dryland conservation areas, indigenous people, livelihoods and resource values in South Africa:
the case of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Global South workshop 4-8 October 2010, Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland.

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