Publications

Popular articles

    2015

  • Mostert, E., Gaertner, M., Hall, S., Mukundamago, M. & Holmes, P. 2015. Solving the puzzle of restoring the missing fynbos. Quest. September 2015, p. 32.
  • Ruwanza, S. 2015. Who is using the water along the Berg River: ALIEN OR NATIVE PLANTS? Veld and Flora. September 2015, p. 130-132.
  • Special issue Quest 2015 Volume 11 Number 2. More information…
  • Vimercati, G. & Measey, J. 2015. Frog eat frog. FrogLog. April 2015, p. 32-33.
  • Walker, G. & Irlich, U. 2015. Tree of Heaven — the backyard tree from HELL. Veld and Flora. December 2015, p. 63.
  • 2014

  • Anonymous. 2014. Ecological restoration — giving back to SA’s watercourses. The Water Wheel. March 2014, p. 22.
  • 2012

  • Anonymous. 2012. “No” to forestry in fynbos areas. SA Forestry. January 2012, p. 6.
  • Anonymous. 2012. Battle of the ants affecting Fynbos, study finds. SA Fruit Journal. August 2013, p. 49.
  • Coetsee, J. 2012. Dit bepaal biodiversiteit. Landbouweekblad. Januarie 2012, p. 68.
  • Duvenage, E. 2012. Indringers bedreig selfs Antarktika. Landbouweekblad. November 2012, p. 10.
  • Duvenage, E. 2012. Uitheemse spreeus neem oor. Agri Fokus. September 2012, p. 8.
  • Kriel, G. 2012. Argentynse miere bedreig fynbos, veroorsaak plantsiektes. Landbouweekblad. Julie 2013, p. 8.
  • 2011

  • Coetsee, J. 2011. Let op vir die gestreepte rietpadda. Landbouweekblad. Januarie 2011, pp. 78.
  • Crous, C., Jacobs, S.J. and Esler, K.J. 2011. Conserving our rivers: a meander. Quest 7(4): 10-13
  • Jansen van Vuuren, B. 2011. Misconceptions regarding the sable. Wildlife Ranching. Summer p7
  • Measey, G.J. & Davies, S.J. 2011. Struggling against domestic exotics at the southern end of Africa. Froglog. July 2011, pp. 28.
  • 2010

  • Anonymous. 2010. Giant sables still under threat. Farming SA, November 2010, pp. 38.
  • Anonymous. 2010. Marine organisms have spread to other oceans. Fishing Industry News Southern Africa, April 2010, pp. 22.
  • Anonymous. 2010. The truth about endangered giant sable lies in its genetics. African Outfitters, November 2010, pp. 74.
  • Anonymous. 2010. World governments fail to deliver on 2010 biodiversity target. Borehole Water Journal, June 2010. pp. 2-3.
  • Anonymous. 2010. World governments fail to deliver on 2010 biodiversity target. Fishing Industry News Southern Africa, June 2010, pp. 28.
  • Braschler, B., Du Plessis, D. and Jumbam, J.R. 2010. Raising awareness of South Africa’s biodiversity. Quest, June 2010, pp. 8-11.
  • Coetsee, J. 2010. Reuse-swartwitpens steeds bedreig. Landbouweekblad, Oktober 2010, pp. 32.
  • Coetsee, J. 2010. Vat indringers vinnig vas. Landbouweekblad, Februarie 2010, pp. 22.
  • Erasmus, D. 2010. Bad news for critically endangered giant sable. Farmer’s Weekly, October 2010, pp. 38.
  • Spear, D., Le Roux, J., Wilson, J. and Gaertner, M. 2010. South Africa invaded. Quest, June 2010, pp. 12-13.
  • Taplin, M. and Du Plessis, D. 2010. Learners assist with ant research in Karoo National Park. Go Wild, January 2010, pp. 14.
  • Treurnicht, M., Esler, KJ., Gaertner, M. and Conradie, B. 2010. Wildflower farming on the Agulhas Plain. Veld and Flora, September 2010, pp. 138-139.
  • 2009

  • Anonymous. 2009. Antarctica: the last true wilderness. Sowetan Youth Magazine, August 2009, pp. 2.
  • Anonymous. 2009. Dieretuine benadeel diereverskeidenheid. Wild en Jag. Februarie 2009, pp. 11.
  • Anonymous. 2009. Exploring Antarctica. Life after school. July 2009, pp. 28 – 31.
  • Anonymous. 2009. Invaded – The biological invasion of South Africa. Environmental Management. July 2009, pp. 27 – 36.
  • Burgess, M. 2009. Relocation: the last hope in a warming world. Farmer’s Weekly. September 2009, pp. 32.
  • Coetsee, J. 2009. Hoefdiere se diversiteit deur verskuiwings geraak. Landbouweekblad. Januarie 2009, pp. 66.
  • Coetsee, J. 2009. Keer uitwissing van spesies so. Landbouweekblad. Augustus 2009, pp. 28.
  • Cowling, R., van Wilgen, B. and Kraaij, T. 2009. How no-man’s land is becoming everyone’s problem: Runaway pine invasions in the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains. Veld & Flora, September 2009, pp. 147 – 149.
  • Davies, S.J. 2009. Tracking the progress of frog invasion in the Cape Peninsula. ParkNEWS: Table Mountain National Park. Second Quarter 2009.
  • Du Plessis, D. 2009. Silence intruders (cont.). Easy Science. August 2009.
  • Du Plessis, D. 2009. Silent intruders. Easy Science. July 2009.
  • Foxcroft, L.C. 2009. Are we managing alien plant invasions sensibly? Veld and Flora. June 2009, pp. 94 – 95.
  • Griffiths, C.L 2009. March of the aliens. Envirokids 30 (2), pp. 20-21.
  • Hui, C. 2009. Extrapolating population size. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 90, pp. 493-495.
  • Wilson, J.R & Zenni, R. D. 2009. Cut me Kangaroo Thorn down, sport! Veld and Flora, December 2009, pp. 193.
  • 2008

  • C·I·B Writer. 2008. Research boost for alien busters. Water Wheel, June 2008.
  • C·I·B Writer. 2008. What's new in Science. Hip2B˛, September 2008.
  • Eagleton, F. 2008. Forum: Eyewitness. Hip2B˛, March 2008.
  • Parker-Allie, F., Robertson, H and Richardson, D.M. 2008. The Argentine Ant. Veld and Flora, March 2008, pp. 16-17.
  • Taylor, S. and Bezuidenhout, R. 2008. Climate change brings new pest possibilities. Farmer's Weekly, August 2008, pp. 28.
  • 2007

  • Esler, K.J. and Milton, S.J. 2007. Towards best practice in management of road reserves. Veld and Flora, March 2007, pp. 222-223.
  • Griffiths, C. L. 2007. Our marine heritage. Envirokids 28 (3), pp. 4-5.
  • Griffiths, C.L. 2007. Eight great sights to see. Envirokids 28 (3), pp. 6-7.
  • Griffiths, C.L. 2007. Marine Invaders - the aliens have landed. African Wildlife 60 (3), pp. 10-11.
  • Griffiths, C.L. 2007. Our Oceans – an overview. Guest editorial African Wildlife 60 (3), pp. 6-7.
  • Procheş, S. 2007. Wild almond ark: Brabejum stellatifolium and its unique load of passengers. Veld and Flora. June 2007, pp. 86-88.
  • Van Wilgen, B.W. 2007. Gums, badgers and economics. Quest: Magazine of the South African Academy of Science 3, pp. 41.
  • 2006

  • Gusset, M., Graf, J. & Somers, M.J. 2006. The re-introduction of endangered wild dogs into Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa: an update on the first 25 years. Re-introduction NEWS 25, 31-33.
  • Samways, M.J. 2006. Amazing new dragonfly discoveries in the Western Cape. Faculty of AgriSciences Newsletter. November 2006 p. 6.
  • Samways, M.J. 2006. Astonishing recovery of rare and threatened dragonflies. Rostrum September 2006, p. 1.
  • Samways, M.J. 2006. Recent advances in South African Orthopterology. Metaleptea August 2006, p. 8.
  • van Wilgen, B.W. 2006. Invasive alien species – an important aspect of global change. Science Scope 1(2), 8 – 11.
  • Van Wilgen, B.W. and Holmes, P.M. Laying waste to aliens? Quest 3(1), 29.
  • Vosse, S. 2006. Banking on Seeds. Can our riverine plant communities fight back after heavy invasion? Veld and Flora, December 2006
  • 2005

  • Griffiths, C.L. & Griffiths, R.J. 2005. Changing ocean wildlife. Envirokids 26 (3), 6-7
  • Griffiths, C.L. 2005.Ocean winners and losers. Envirokids 26 (3), 8-9.
  • McGeoch, M.A. 2005. Backing the GMO horse: what are the odds? Quest 1 (4), 40-41.
  • Sessions, L. A. & Johnson, S. D. 2005. The flower and the fly. Natural History 114, 58-63.