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  • Peter, C; De Lange, Willem J; Musango, JK; April, K; Potgieter, A (Inter-Research, 2009-12)
    Socioeconomic and ecological systems exhibit complex, interdependent behaviour which is often difficult to model and understand. This is due to the complex reorganisation of key sub-system processes involving nonlinear, ...
  • Amigun, B; Musango, JK; Stafford, W (Elsevier, 2011-10)
    The combined effects of climate change, the continued volatility of fuel prices, the recent food crisis and global economic turbulence have triggered a sense of urgency among policymakers, industries and development ...
  • Nobre, AM; Musango, JK; de Wit, MP; Ferreira, JG (2008-02)
    The objective of this report is to conceptualize ecological and economic interactions in mariculture; to implement a dynamic ecological-economic model in order to: simulate the socio-economics of aquaculture production, ...
  • De Wit, MP; Swilling, M; Musango, JK (2008-08-11)
    Cities in developing countries often have to face a multiplicity of external shocks that impact on their operations. These changes include increased rates of migration from the rural poor, natural resource shocks such as ...
  • Musango, JK; Brent, AC; Bassi, A (2009-07)
    This paper provides a South African energy model that was developed as a first step towards a comprehensive Threshold 21 model for South Africa. The energy sector consists of five sub-models, which are structured around ...
  • Ferreira, GJ; Andersson, HC; Corner, RA; Desmit, X; Fang, Q; De Goede, ED; Groom, SB; Gu, H; Gustafsson, BG; Hawkins, AJS; Hutson, R; Jiao, H; Lan, D; Lencart-Silva, J; Li, R; Liu, X; Luo, Q; Musango, JK; Nobre, AM; Nunes, JP; Pascoe, PL; Smits, JGC; Stigebrandt, A; Telfer, TC; De Wit, MP; Yan, X; Zhang, XL; Zhang, Z; Zhu, MY; Zhu, CB; Bricker, SB; Xiao, Y; Xu, S; Nauen, CE; Scalet, M (Institute of Marine Research, 2008)
    This book describes the approach and main result obtained in the Sustainable options for People, Catchment and Aquatic Resources (SPEAR) Project, together with complementary case studies focusing on realted work in China ...
  • Musango, JK; Amigun, B; Brent, AC (Curran Associates, Inc, 2010-07)
    This paper presents a Bioenergy Systems Sustainability Assessment and Management (BIOSSAM) model. The BIOSSAM model was developed as a means to provide insights into the implications of expanding bioenergy programmes in ...