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Urban ecological and social-ecological research in the City of Cape Town
The Management of Fire-Adapted Ecosystems in an Urban Setting: the Case of Table Mountain National Park, South Africa
Brian W van Wilgen, Greg G Forsyth, and Philip Prins
Evidence, Perceptions, and Trade-offs Associated with Invasive Alien Plant Control in the Table Mountain National Park, South Africa
Brian W van Wilgen
Can Cape Town’s unique biodiversity be saved? Balancing conservation imperatives and development needs
Patricia M Holmes, Anthony G Rebelo, Clifford Dorse, and Julia Wood
An Ecological View of the History of the City of Cape Town
Pippin M. L. Anderson and Patrick J O’Farrell
Urban Ecology in Cape Town: South African Comparisons and Reflections
Sarel S Cilliers and Stefan J Siebert
Development of a Compendium of Local, Wild-Harvested Species Used in the Informal Economy Trade, Cape Town, South Africa
L. M. Petersen, E. J. Moll, R. Collins, and Marc T. Hockings
Urbanization Drives a Reduction in Functional Diversity in a Guild of Nectar-feeding Birds
Anton Pauw and Kirsten Louw
Monkey Management: Using Spatial Ecology to Understand the Extent and Severity of Human–Baboon Conflict in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa
Tali S Hoffman and M Justin O'Riain
Insights and Opportunities Offered by a Rapid Ecosystem Service Assessment in Promoting a Conservation Agenda in an Urban Biodiversity Hotspot
Patrick J O’Farrell, Pippin M. L. Anderson, David C Le Maitre, and Patricia M Holmes
Comanagement at the Fringes: Examining Stakeholder Perspectives at Macassar Dunes, Cape Town, South Africa—at the Intersection of High Biodiversity, Urban Poverty, and Inequality
M. Graham and H. Ernstson
Urban Ecological and Social-Ecological Research in the City of Cape Town: Insights Emerging from an Urban Ecology CityLab
Pippin Anderson and Thomas Elmqvist
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087