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2021Techno-economic analysis of the reclamation of drinking water and valuable minerals from acid mine drainage.Shabalala, Ayanda N. 
2021Temporal and spatial ecology of an iconic Labeobarbus spp. in a socio-economically important river.O'Brien, Gordon Craig.
2021Thermal limits and preferences of large branchiopods (Branchiopoda: Anostraca and Spinicaudata) from temporary wetland arid zone systems.Dalu, Tatenda.
2021Three decades later in the Northern Kruger National Park: multiple acoustic and capture surveys may underestimate the true local richness of bats based on historical collections.Parker, Daniel M.
2021Towards good e-flows practices in the small-scale hydropower sector in Uganda.O'Brien, Gordon Craig.
2021Uber and employment in the Global South – not-so-decent work.Giddy, Julia K. 
2021Understanding arid-region waterbird community dynamics during lake dry-downs.Ndlovu, Mduduzi. 
2019The use of acoustic detectors for assessing bat species richness and functional activity in a South African National Park.Parker, Daniel M.  ; Bernard, Richard T. F.
2021Using self–organizing maps and machine learning models to assess mollusc community structure in relation to physicochemical variables in a West Africa river–estuary system.Dalu, Tatenda.
2021Utilizing bycatch camera-trap data for broad-scale occupancy and conservation: a case study of the brown hyaena Parahyaena brunnea.Parker, Daniel M. 
2020Vague labelling laws and outdated fish naming lists undermine seafood market transparency in Canada.Cawthorn, Donna-Maree. 
2017Variation in soil content of faecal pellets of a tropical millipede, Doratogonus uncinatus (Attems, 1914) (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida, Spirostreptidae).Mwabvu, Tarombera. 
2019Wandering spiders recover more slowly than web-building spiders after fire.Yekwayo, Inam. 
2021Warming mediates intraspecific multiple predator effects from an invasive crustacean.Dalu, Tatenda.