Interacting threats publications

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Peer-reviewed articles

 

  1. Wilson JW, van Rensburg BJ, Ferguson JWH & Keith M (2008) The relative importance of the environment, human activity and space in explaining species richness patterns of South African bird orders. Journal of Biogeography 35: 342-352
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  2. Chiyo PI, Wilson JW, Archie EA, Lee PC, Moss CJ & Alberts SC (2014) The influence of foraging availability, protected areas, and mating opportunities on grouping patterns of male African elephants. Behavioural Ecology 25: 1494-1504.
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate

 

 

Presentations

 

  1. Wilson JW, van Rensburg BJ, Ferguson JWH & Keith M. Species, environment, humans and space: partitioning spatial variation between these variables in South Africa. Oral presentation by JW Wilson at the conference of the Zoological Society of South Africa, Grahamstown, South Africa, July 2005
  2. Wilson JW, van Rensburg BJ, Ferguson JWH & Keith M. Considering explanatory factors simultaneously when explaining species richness patterns. Oral presentation by JW Wilson at the annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Port Elisabeth, South Africa, July 2007

 

 

Workshops

 

  1. An alternative approach to conservation management in southern Africa: Megaparks, Presented by CERU. Pretoria, South Africa, August 2003

 

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