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  • Jarman, ML; Cowling, RM; Haynes, R; Kruger, FJ; Pierce, SM; Moll, G (National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, 1981-08)
    References to 814 publications are presented, together with keyword listings and a keyword index. This bibliography forms part of the Phase I review and synthesis activity of the Fynbos Biome Project.
  • Jarman, ML (Foundation for Research Development: CSIR, 1986)
    Natural vegetation in the lowland regions of the fynbos biome has been transformed by modern land-use practices to a patchwork of small remnants. A system is described for identifying sites of conservation merit from these ...
  • Moll, EJ; Campbell, BM; Cowling, RM; Bossi, L; Jarman, ML; Boucher, C (National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, 1984-03)
    A scheme of major categories of the vegetation in and adjacent to the fynbos biome is given as a second approximation after Acocks1 Veld Types (1953). A four tier hierarchy is presented with nineteen categories of vegetation. ...
  • Geldenhuys, CJ; Knight, RS; Russel, S; Jarman, ML (National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, 1988)
    This report lists and defines attributes (both functional and structural) that have been used in other structural classifications of forest vegetation. Field techniques are summarized. The recommended use of each attribute ...
  • Day, J; Siegfried, WR; Louw, GN; Jarman, ML (National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, 1979-12)
    Current knowledge and thinking on the ecology of the Mediterranean type sclerophyll shrublands and heath lands of the southern and south-western Cape is reviewed in 13 concise syntheses. The Fynbos Biome is defined and ...
  • Macdonald, IAW; Jarman, ML (National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, 1985)
    This report consists of two types of chapters. Most of the chapters are short syntheses of particular aspects of the alien plant problem in Natal, written by groups of participants during the workshop meeting. They are ...