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Aleix Serrat-Capdevila, Anne Browning-Aiken, Kevin Lansey, Tim Finan and Juan B. Valdés. 2009. Increasing Social–Ecological Resilience by Placing Science at the Decision Table: the Role of the San Pedro Basin (Arizona) Decision-Support System Model. Decision-support system model. Ecology and Society 14(1): 37. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss1/art37/
Andrew Balmford. 2003. Conservation planning in the real world: South Africa shows the way. Conservation Biology Group, Department of Zoology. TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution, Vol.18 No.9 September 2003 435
Angel Borja, Ibon Galparsoro, Oihana Solaun, Inigo Muxika, Eva Marı ́a Tello, Ainhize Uriarte, Victoriano Valencia.The European Water Framework Directive and the DPSIR, a methodological approach to assess the risk of failing to achieve good ecological status. 2006. www.elsevier.com/locate/ecss
Anna Spenceley. Tourism investment in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area Scoping report. 2005. Transboundary Protected Areas Research Initiative University of the Witwatersrand.
Anton Earle, Ms Jaqui Goldin, Ms Rose Machiridza, Mr Daniel Malzbender, Dr Emmanuel Manzungu, Mr Tiego Mpho. Preliminary “Indigenous” Institutional Profile of the Limpopo River Basin.
B.W. van Wilgen, Navashni Govender and Harry C. Biggs. 2007. The contribution of fire research to fire management: a critical review of a long-term experiment in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 16, 519–530. www.publish.csiro.au/journals/ijwf
B.W. van Wilgen, B. Reyers, D.C. Le Maitre, D.M. Richardson, L. Schonegevel. 2007. A biome-scale assessment of the impact of invasive alien plants on ecosystem services in South Africa. www.elsevier.com/locate/jenvman
B.W. van Wilgen, D.M. Richardson, D.C. Le Maitre, C. Marais and D. Mamadlela. 2001. The Economic Consequences of alien plant invasion: examples of impacts and approaches to sustainable management in South Africa. Environment, Development and Sustainability : 145–168
B.W. van Wilgen, Greg G. Forsyth and David C. Le Maitre. 2008. The prioritization of species and primary catchments for the purposes of guiding invasive alien plant control operations in the terrestrial biomes of South Africa. CSIR. Report number csir/nre/eco/er/2008/0070/c
B.W. van Wilgen, M.P. de Wit, H.J. Anderson, D.C. Le Maitre, I.M. Kotze, S. Ndala, B. Brown and M.B. Rapholo. 2004. Costs and benefits of biological control of invasive alien plants: case studies from South Africa.South African Journal of Science 100, January/February 2004.
B.W. van Wilgen, N. Govender, H.C. Biggs, D. Ntsala and X. N. Funda. Response of Savanna Fire Regimes to Changing Fire-management Policies in a large African National Park.2004. CSIR Division of Water, Environment and Forestry Technology.
B.W. van Wilgen, Navashni Govender, Sandra MacFadyen. An Assessment of the implementation And outcomes of recent changes to fire management in the Kruger National Park. 2008. Centre for Invasion Biology, CSIR Natural Resources and the Environment.
Beverly A. Moore. 2005. Alien Invasive Species: Impacts on Forests and Forestry. Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/8E. FAO. Rome.
BRL Ingénierie, Impacto Lda. and International Conservation Services . 2005. LAND CAPABILITY OF THE SUPPORT ZONE OF THE LIMPOPO NATIONAL PARK. /DBSAproject.
BRLi-IMPACTO-ICS consortium. 2005. Feasibility Study Report. BRL Ingenierie. http:\\jourdan\4311-limpopo park\rapports\feasibility report\word\feasibility report(vf)s.doc / JOURDAN
Bruce M. Campbell, Jürgen Hagmann Ann Stroud, Richard Thomas, Eva Wollenberg. 2006. Navigating amidst complexity. Guide to implementing effective research and development to improve livelihoods and the environment. , Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research.
C. Marais, A.M. Wannenburgh. Restoration of water resources (natural capital) through the clearing of invasive alien plants from riparian areas in South Africa ― Costs and water benefits. Department of Water Affairs & Forestry, Directorate: Working for Water. www.elsevier.com/locate/sajb
C. Marais. The Future role of working on fire in Velt and Forest Fire Management in South Africa.
Charlie M. Shackleton, Georgina Cundill, and Andrew T. Knight. 2009. Beyond Just Research: Experiences from Southern Africa in Developing Social Learning Partnerships for Resource Conservation Initiatives.Biotropica 41(5).
Conrad Steenkamp Jana Uhr. 2000. THE MAKULEKE LAND CLAIM: POWER RELATIONS AND COMMUNITY-BASED NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. IIED.
D. Merrey. 2004.Transboundary water governance for agricultural and economic growth and improved livelihoods in the Limpopo and Volta Basins: Towards African indigenous models of governance. International Water Management Institute.
David Cumming, Harry Biggs, Michael Kock, Nichola Shongwe, Steve Osofsky and Members of the AHEAD-GLTFCA Working Group. The AHEAD (Animal Health for Environment And Development) - Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA) Programme:Key questions and conceptual framework revisited. 2007. http://wcs-ahead.org/workinggrps_limpopo.html
David M. Richardson and Brian W. van Wilgen. 2004. Invasive alien plants in South Africa: how well do we understand the ecological impacts?African Journal of Science 100, January/February 2004.
David Waltner-Toews and James Kay. The Evolution of an Ecosystem Approach: the Diamond Schematic and an Adaptive Methodology for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health. Ecology and Society 10 (1): 38 http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss1/art38/
David Waltner-Toews, James J Kay, Cynthia Neudoerffer, and Thomas Gitau. 2006. Perspective changes everything: managing ecosystems from the inside out 2003. Front Ecol Environ 2003; 1(1): 23–30.
DC Le Maitre, DB Versfeld and RA Chapman. The impact of invading alien plants on surface water resources in South Africa: A preliminary assessment. CSIR Division of Water, Environment and Forestry Technology. http://www.wrc.org.za
Decreto n.Q38/2001 de 27 de Novembro. 1 Serie. Numero 48.
Derek R Armitage, Ryan Plummer, Fikret Berkes, Robert I Arthur, Anthony T Charles, Iain J Davidson-Hunt, Alan P Diduck, Nancy C Doubleday, Derek S Johnson, Melissa Marschke, Patrick McConney, Evelyn W Pinkerton, and Eva K Wollenberg. 2009. Adaptive co-management for social–ecological complexity. Front Ecologic Environ.
Description of the spatial representation of the prioritization scheme presented in the Methods. Biological Conservation. methods.
Dilys Roe and Joanna Elliott. 2006. Pro-poor conservation: the elusive win-win for conservation and poverty reduction?Policy Matters, 14, 2006.
Douglas J. Merrey and the Limpopo Basin Focal Project Team. Limpopo River Basin Focal Project Framework and Guide to Review of Policy and Institutional Literature Working Draft. 2008. Submitted to CPWF.
Elinor Ostrom, Clark Gibson Sujai Shivakumar Krister Andersson. 2001. Aid, Incentives, and Sustainability An Institutional Analysis of Development Cooperation. Studies in Evaluation02/01.
Elinor Ostrom. 2009. A General Framework for Analyzing Sustainability of Social-Ecological Systems. Science , 419.
Fred Mok Gobe. Integrated fire management, National WoF.
Frits Penning de Vries, Barbara van Koppen, Behailu Mintesinot, Bob Yoder, Chris Scott, Eline Boelee, John Butterworth, Patrick Moriarty, Sawaeng Ruaysoongnern. 2004. Models for Implementing Multiple-use Systems for Enhanced Land and Water Productivity, Rural Livelihoods and Gender Equity. Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF) : Project number 28.
Government of Zimbabwe. 2006. Tourism Development Plan (Final Draft) For the Gonarezhou National Park.
Ian A.W. Macdonald, Jamie K. Reaser, Chris Bright, Laurie E. Neville, Geoffrey W. Howard, Sean J. Murphy, and Guy Presto. 2003. The Global Invasive Species Programme.
ICRISAT and CIMMYT. Increased food security and income in the Limpopo Basin through integrated crop, water and soil fertility options and public-private partnerships.
James L. Chamberlain, Anthony B. Cunningham, Robert Nasi. Diversity in Forest Management: Non-Timber Forest Products and Bush Meat.
Jane K. Turpie, Barry J.Heydenrych, Stephen, J.Lamberth. 2003. Economic value of terrestrial and marine biodiversity in the Cape Floristic Region: implications for defining effective and socially optimal conservation strategies. www.elsevier.com/locate/biocon
Jayne Stack and Jaboury Ghazoul. 2002. Mopane woodlands and the Mopane worm: Enhancing Rural Livelihoods and Resource sustainability. DFID, Forestry Research Programme. First Annual Workshop 2001/2002. Botswana.
Limpopo River Basin, Fact Sheet 3. SADC Water sector.
Limpopo Tourism Consortium. 2004. TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR PARQUE NACIONAL DO LIMPOPO, AS PART OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GREATER LIMPOPO TRANSFRONTIER PARK.
M. C. Masiyandima. Wetlands-based livelihoods in the Limpopo basin: balancing social welfare and environmental security. [YY not available]. Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF): Project number 30. International Water Management Institute.
M.P. de Wit, D.J. Crookes & B.W. van Wilgen. 2002. Conflicts of interest in environmental management: estimating the costs and benefits of a tree invasion. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
M.R. Pretorius, K.J. Esler, P.M. Holmes, N. Prins. 2008. The effectiveness of active restoration following alien clearance in fynbos riparian zones and resilience of treatments to fire. www.elsevier.com/locate/sajb
Marco Francesco Falcetta, PhD. A Systemic, Spatial, Multi-scale Decision Support System (DSS) for Sustainable Development applications. Introductory briefing. Planning and Development Consulting.
Mark P. Robertson, Craig I. Peter, Martin H. Villet, Brad S. Ripley. 2003. A Comparing models for predicting species’ potential distributions: a case study using correlative and mechanistic predictive modelling techniques. Science.
Mathieu Rouget, David M.Richardson, Richard M.Cowling. 2003. The current configuration of protected areas in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa―reservation bias and representation of biodiversity patterns and processes. www.elsevier.com/locate/biocon
Matthew McCartney. Improved planning of large dam operation: using decision support systems to optimize livelihood benefits, safeguard health and protect the environment. [YY not available]. Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF): Project number 36. International Water Management Institute.
Mavedzenge, B.Z., Mahenehene, J., Murimbarimba, F., Scoones, I and Wolmer. 2006. Changes in the livestock sector in Zimbabwe following land reform: the case of Masvingo province.
Ministry of Tourism - National Directorate of Conservation Areas. 2007. RESETTLEMENT OF PEOPLE LIVING IN THE SHINGWEDZI RIVER VALLEY RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN FOR NANGUENE VILLAGE. LIMPOPO NATIONAL PARK RESETTLEMENT SUB-PROGRAMME MAPUTO.
Minnelise Levendal; Dr David le Maitre; Dr Brian van Wilgen; Phumza Ntshotso. 2008. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROTOCOLS FOR THE MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF BENEFITS ARISING FROM THE WORKING FOR WATER PROGRAMME.CSIR:CSIR/NRE/ECO/ER/2008/ 0066/C.
MMBENGENI M.E. AND MOKOKA M.S. 2000. PROVINCIAL REPORT ON EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE. LIMPOPO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Mutale Municipality. IDP REVIEW DOCUMENT FOR 2008/2009.
N. Govender. Fire History management and research in the Kruger National Park South Africa.
Navashni Govender, Winston S. W Trollope and Brian W. Van Wilgen. 2006. The effect of fire season, fire frequency, rainfall and management on fire intensity in savanna vegetation in South Africa 2006. Journal of Applied Ecology 2006 43, 748–758.
Núria Roura-Pascual, David M. Richardson, Rainer M. Krug, Andrew Brown, R. Arthur Chapman, Gregory G. Forsyth, David C. Le Maitre, Mark P. Robertson, Louise Stafford, Brian W. Van Wilgen, Andrew Wannenburgh, Nigel Wessels. 2009. Ecology and management of alien plant invasions in South African fynbos: Accommodating key complexities in objective decision making. www.elsevier.com/locate/biocon
Omkarprasad S. Vaidya, Sushil Kumar. 2006. Analytic hierarchy process: An overview of applications.
Patricia M. Holmes. Targets for Ecosystem repair in riparian ecosystems in fynbos, Grassland and Savanna biomes. Final Report to the working for Water Programme. 2007. Cape Ecological Services.
Peter Dye and Caren Jarmain. 2004. Water use by black wattle (Acacia mearnsii): implications for the link between removal of invading trees and catchment streamflow response. South African Journal of Science 100, January/February 2004.
Philip Muruthi. .Human Wildlife Conflict: Lessons learned from AWF's African Heartlands. 2005. AWF Workingpapers series, African Wild Life Foundation.
Piet van de Merwe. Working On Fire Program (WoF) Integrated Fire Management & Social Upliftment.
Roberta de Oliveira, Averna Valente, Carlos Alberto Vettorazzi. 2008. Definition of priority areas for forest conservation through the ordered weighted averaging method. Forest Ecology and Management 256. Elsevier.
Russell D. Tayor Rowan B. Martin. 1987. Effects of Veterinary Fences on Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe.. 11, No. 3, pp. 327-334.
S G Hosking and M du Preez. 2004. A cost-benefit analysis of the Working for Water Programme on selected sites in South Africa.
S Magane, Dr B Soto, Dr S Munthali, Dr M Schneider, Eduardo Mondlane, Mr G Vicente, Mr A van Wyk. 2003. Parque Nacionaldo Limpopo National Park, Management and Development Plan.. Ministerio do Turismo. Direccao Nacional De Areas de Conservacao.
Steven I. Higgins, Jane K. Turpie, Robert Costanza, Richard M. Cowling, Dave C. Le Maitre, Christo Marais, Guy Midgley. 1996. An ecological Economic simulation model of mountain fynbos dynamics, valuation and management. Elsevier Science.
The Challenge of Integrated Water Resource Management for Improved Rural Livelihoods: Managing Risk, Mitigating Drought and Improving Water Productivity in the Water Scarce Limpopo Basin. 2004. WaterNet CP, IWRM for Improved Rural Livelihoods. Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF): Project number 17.
Theresa Mgidi. 2004. AN ASSESSMENT OF INVASION POTENTIAL OF INVASIVE ALIEN PLANT SPECIES IN SOUTH AFRICA. Environmentek and Institute for Plant Conservation, UCT.
Tim Lynam, Francois Bousquet, Christophe Le Page, P. d'Aquino, Olivier Barreteau, Frank Chinembiri, and Bright Mombeshora. 2002. Adapting Science to Adaptive Managers: Spidergrams, Belief Models, and Multi-agent Systems Modeling. Conservation Ecology 5(2): 24. http://www.consecol.org/vol5/iss2/art24
Timothy Lynam, Wil de Jong, Douglas Sheil, Trikurnianti Kusumanto, and Kirsten Evans. 2007. A Review of Tools for Incorporating Community Knowledge, Preferences, and Values into Decision Making in Natural Resources Management. Ecology and Society 12(1): 5. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss1/art5/
TRANSFRONTIER CONSERVATION AREAS AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MOZAMBIQUE Process Framework DRAFT. 2005.
Waltner-Toews, D., and J. Kay. 2005. The Evolution of an Ecosystem Approach: the Diamond Schematic and an Adaptive Methodology for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health. Ecology and Society 10(1): 38. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss1/art38/
Webster Whande. Transfrontier conservation: historical and livelihood considerations within the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area.Programme for Land & Agrarian Studies, UWC Arid Climate Adaptation and Cultural Innovation in Africa, University of Cologne.
Working for Water Programme: Development of Secondary Industries Options Analysis: Draft Report of the Transaction Advisor. 2001. Department of Water Affairs and Forestry.