Browsing School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences by Author "Woodford, D.J."

Browsing School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences by Author "Woodford, D.J."

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  • Bennett, R.H.; Ellender, B.R.; Miya, T.; Pattrick, P.; Wasserman, R.J.; Woodford, D.J.; Weyl, O.L.F.; Makinen, T. (AOSIS OpenJournals Publishing AOSIS (Pty) Ltd., 2016-12)
    Collection of data from animals for research purposes can negatively impact target or by-catch species if suitable animal ethics practices are not followed. This study aimed to assess the ethical requirements of peer-reviewed ...
  • Marr, S.M.; Ellender, B.R.; Woodford, D.J.; Alexander, M.E.; Wasserman, R.J.; Ivey, P.; Zengeya, T.; Weyl, O.L.F. (National Botanical Institute/AOSIS, 2017-03)
    South Africa, as a signatory of the Convention on Biological Diversity, has an obligation to identify, prioritise and manage invasive species and their introduction pathways. However, this requires knowledge of the ...
  • Woodford, D.J.; Jordaan, M.S.; Kimberg, P.K.; Zengeya, T.; Weyl, O.L.F; Ivey, P. (National Botanical Institute/AOSIS, 2017)
    South Africa hosts a large number of non-native freshwater fishes that were introduced for various industries. Many of these species are now listed under the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act (NEM:BA) ...
  • van der Walt, K.-A.; Swartz, E.R.; Woodford, D.J.; Weyl, O. (AOSIS OpenJournals Publishing AOSIS (Pty) Ltd, 2017-02)
    South Africa has a relatively large number of threatened freshwater fish species and limited resources to implement conservation programs. Enteromius motebensis was regionally prioritised for action because of its conservation ...

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