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Research Article Pages 57-66
Abstract: A floristic assessment of the Turfloop Nature Reserve was undertaken, with specific reference to the vegetation structure, species of conservation importance (i.e. Red Data species, protected, endemic species, species of medicinal value and biotic and a biotic environment).
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Research Article Pages 50-56
Abstract: Due to high levels of impoverishment, rural communities in southern African are highly dependent on their surroundings to sustain their livelihood. However, the rampant harvesting of Androstachys johnsonii Prain.
Research Article Pages 42-49
Abstract: Seriphium plumosum is a declared indicator of bush encroachment and poses a serious threat to the management of sustainable utilization in all grasslands.
Research Article Pages 32-41
Abstract: The geographical landscapes together with environmental conditions are well recognised drivers in determining a suitable habitat for plants and animals on rocky as well as granite outcrops.
Research Article Pages 13-31
Abstract: The African elephant is listed as a Protected Species in the list of Threatened or Protected Species. The interaction between elephants and trees in African savannas has become an active debate between scientists and managers as a result of ecosystem regulation.
Research Article Pages 1-12
Abstract: Forest soils are recognized as sources and sinks of greenhouse gases (GHG) (CO2, CH4, N2O), but there are limited data quantifying the magnitude of GHG fluxes at the soil-atmosphere interface across a range of landscape hydrogeomorphic conditions.