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Plant diversity patterns of domestic gardens in five settlements of South Africa
(North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2017)
As urbanisation increases globally, domestic gardens are becoming increasingly important in terms of ecosystem service provisioning, biodiversity conservation and human health and wellbeing. Individually gardens are ...
Comparison of the urban domestic garden flora along a socio–economic gradient in the Tlokwe City Municipality
(North-West University, 2011)
Urbanisation has increased tremendously over the last 60 years so that more than 50 per cent of the world population now live in cities. This is especially true for in developed countries, but it is expected that developing ...
Plant– and arthropod diversity of vegetable gardens along a socio–economic gradient within the Tlokwe Municipal Area
(North-West University, 2012)
Globally urbanization has increased to such an extent that more than half of the human population currently resides in cities. In the years to come, urban expansion will especially take place in developing countries through ...