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Continuous riparian vegetation change following a large, infrequent flood along the Sabie River, Kruger National Park
(North-West University, 2012)
The flood of 2000 caused extensive changes within the riparian landscape of the Sabie River, Kruger National Park (KNP). Changes within the riparian landscape and the removal of vegetation resulted in considerable changes ...
Herbaceous plant diversity responses to various treatments of fire and herbivory in sodic patches of a semiarid riparian ecosystem
Understanding relationships between large herbivores and plant species diversity in dynamic riparian zones, and more specifically sodic zones, is critical to biodiversity conservation. Sodic patches form an integral part ...
Drought effects on the herbaceous community structure of transformed Mopaneveld
(North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
Semi-arid Mopaneveld vegetation structure is driven by herbivory, fire, nutrients and rainfall variability. The floristically homogenous herbaceous layer is highly dynamic and dominated by forbs. Forb species contribute ...