Marietjie Landman
Marietjie Landman
Nelson Mandela University
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The impacts of elephants on biodiversity in the Eastern Cape Subtropical Thickets: elephant conservation
GIH Kerley, M Landman
South African Journal of Science 102 (9), 395-402, 2006
Effects of elephants on ecosystems and biodiversity
GIH Kerley, M Landman, L Kruger, N Owen-Smith, D Balfour, WF De Boer, ...
Elephant Management; A Scientific Assessment for South Africa, 146-205, 2008
Trophic rewilding as a climate change mitigation strategy?
JPGM Cromsigt, M te Beest, GIH Kerley, M Landman, E le Roux, FA Smith
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
Relevance of elephant herbivory as a threat to Important Plants in the Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa
M Landman, GIH Kerley, DS Schoeman
Journal of Zoology 274 (1), 51-58, 2008
Fifty years of European ungulate dietary studies: a synthesis
R Spitzer, A Felton, M Landman, NJ Singh, F Widemo, JPGM Cromsigt
Oikos 129 (11), 1668-1680, 2020
Shift in black rhinoceros diet in the presence of elephant: Evidence for competition?
M Landman, DS Schoeman, GIH Kerley
PLoS One 8 (7), e69771, 2013
Filling the gaps on the maps: historical distribution patterns of some larger mammals in part of southern Africa
A Boshoff, M Landman, G Kerley
Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 71 (1), 23-87, 2016
Understanding long-term variations in an elephant piosphere effect to manage impacts
M Landman, DS Schoeman, AJ Hall-Martin, GIH Kerley
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45334, 2012
Profiles, views and observations of visitors to the Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape, South Africa
AF Boshoff, M Landman, GIH Kerley, M Bradfield
African Journal of Wildlife Research 37 (2), 189-196, 2007
Doubting dung: eDNA reveals high rates of misidentification in diverse European ungulate communities
R Spitzer, M Churski, A Felton, M Heurich, DPJ Kuijper, M Landman, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research 65 (2), 1-14, 2019
The generality of cryptic dietary niche differences in diverse large-herbivore assemblages
J Pansu, MC Hutchinson, TM Anderson, M Te Beest, CM Begg, KS Begg, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (35), e2204400119, 2022
Gentoo penguins as sentinels of climate change at the sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Archipelago, Southern Ocean
T Carpenter-Kling, JM Handley, M Connan, RJM Crawford, AB Makhado, ...
Ecological Indicators 101, 163-172, 2019
Elephant both increase and decrease availability of browse resources for black rhinoceros
M Landman, GI Kerley
Biotropica 46 (1), 42-49, 2014
Dietary shifts: do grazers become browsers in the Thicket Biome?
M Landman, GIH Kerley
Koedoe 44 (1), 31-36, 2001
Diet shifts by adult flightless dung beetles Circellium bacchus, revealed using DNA metabarcoding, reflect complex life histories
GIH Kerley, M Landman, GF Ficetola, F Boyer, A Bonin, D Rioux, ...
Oecologia 188 (1), 107-115, 2018
Small shrubs with large importance? Smaller deer may increase the moose-forestry conflict through feeding competition over Vaccinium shrubs in the field layer
R Spitzer, E Coissac, A Felton, C Fohringer, L Juvany, M Landman, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 480, 118768, 2021
Long‐term monitoring reveals differing impacts of elephants on elements of a canopy shrub community
M Landman, DS Schoeman, AJ Hall-Martin, GIH Kerley
Ecological Applications 24 (8), 2002-2012, 2014
The inappropriate use of time‐to‐independence biases estimates of activity patterns of free‐ranging mammals derived from camera traps
C Peral, M Landman, GIH Kerley
Ecology and Evolution 12 (10), e9408, 2022
How do small browsers respond to resource changes? Dietary response of the Cape grysbok to clearing alien Acacias
GIH Kerley, M Landman, S De Beer
Functional ecology 24 (3), 670-675, 2010
Neocolonial conservation: is moving rhinos to Australia conservation or intellectual property loss
MW Hayward, WJ Ripple, GIH Kerley, M Landman, RD Plotz, ST Garnett
Conservation Letters, 2017
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