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    • Diversity of non-crop plants and arthropods in soybean agro-ecosystems in South Africa 

      Janse van Rensburg, P. D. (North-West University (South Africa)North-West University, 2020)
      Soybean is widely cultivated in the Grassland Biome of South Africa (>700 000 ha per annum). Yet the possible effects large-scale cultivation of soybean has on biodiversity in adjacent habitat is not fully understood. It ...
    • Ecohydrological threats to Colophospermum mopane in southern Zimbabwe 

      Gondo, Tendayi; Musyoki, Agnes; Adeboyejo, Aina T. (AOSIS, 2018)
      Rapid ecohydrological changes in semi-arid landscapes are increasingly threatening humanity’s life-support systems and eroding many of the ecosystem services (ESs) upon which humans occupying such regions depend. Knowing ...