Southern Africa Collection

The Grassland Society of Southern Africa (GSSA) is involved and concerned with the science and practice of range and pasture management. This broad field involves primarily the use and conservation of natural resources. It encompasses applied fields such as livestock production, wildlife management, nature conservation, water catchment management and range and mine-dump rehabilitation. The disciplines include, amongst others, ecology, botany zoology, range and pasture science, animal science, soil science and genetics. This collection includes journal articles from the African Journal of Range and Forage Science as well as related articles and reports from throughout the Southern African region.

Grassland Society of Southern Africa
PO Box 41
South Africa
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Published: 2014
As a textbook, the volume is well organised, with introductory chapters on the scope and key concepts of restoration ecology, followed by chapters on its ecological foundations – landscape, ecosystem and population ecology, genetics and...
Published: 2012
Book Review. No abstract is available for this article.
Published: 2005
Abstract A yearly global fire history is a prerequisite for quantifying the contribution of previous fires to the past and present global carbon budget. Vegetation fires can have both direct (combustion) and long-term indirect effects on the carbon...