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UCT Research Report '11
Dr Chris Lennard
Atmospheric science.
Dr Neil MacKellar
Climate and land-cover change.
Dr Ruth Cerezo Mota
Climate change; atmospheric systems.
Dr Kabiri Ngeta
Environmental governance for social justice.
Dr Kazeem Oare Okosun
Epidemiological modelling and climate impact.
Dr Serge Raemaekers
Small-scale fisheries governance.
Dr Daithi Stone
Detection and attribution of climate change.
Honorary Professors
Professor John Boardman
Soil erosion; land degradation.
Professor Jonathan Crush
International migration; transnationalism.
Professor Dave Thomas
Arid zone geomorphology; quaternary science.
Research Associates
Dr Laurence Nathan
Dr David Fig
Emeritus Staff
Professor Ron Davies
Professor Richard Fuggle
Contact Details
Postal address: Department of Environmental and
Geographical Science, University of Cape Town, Private
Bag X3, Rondebosch, 7701
Telephone: SA (21) 650 2873/4
Fax: SA (21) 650 3456
Research output
Authored books
Ramutsindela, M.F., Spierenburg, M. and Wels, H. 2011.
Sponsoring Nature: Environmental Philanthropy for
Conservation. Abingdon, Oxon: Earthscan. 197pp. ISBN
978 1 84407 904 9.
Chapters in books
Eckardt, F. and Drake, N. 2011. Introducing the Namib
Desert Playas. In M. Öztürk, B. Böer, H.-J. Barth, S.-W.
Breckle, M. Clüsener-Godt and M.A. Khan (eds), Sabkha
Ecosystems Volume lll: Africa and Southern Europe, pp.
19-25. Dordrecht: Dordrecht: Springer Science & Business
Media B.V. ISBN 978 90 481 9672 2.
Fig, D. 2011. Corrosion and externalities: The socio-
economic impacts of acid mine drainage on the
Witwatersrand. In J. Daniel, P. Naidoo, D. Pillay and R.
Southall (eds), New South African Review 2: New Paths,
Old Compromises? pp.300-320. Johannesburg: WITS
University Press. ISBN 978 1 86814 541 6.
Hauck, M.B. 2011. Small-scale fisheries compliance:
integrating social justice, legitimacy and deterrence.
In R.S. Pomeroy and N.L. Andrew (eds), Small-scale
fisheries management: Frameworks and approaches for
the developing world, pp. 196-215. Wallingford: Cabi
Publishing. ISBN 978 1 84593 607 5.
Heinrichs, D., Aggarwal, R., Barton, J., Bharucha, E.,
Butsch, C., Fragkias, M., Johnston, P.A., Kraas, F.,
Krellenberg, K., Lampis, A., Ooi, G.L. and Vogel, J.
2011. Adapting cities to climate change: opportunities
and constraints. In D. Hoornweg, M. Freire, M.J. Lee,
P. Bhada-Tata and B. Yuen (eds), Cities and Climate
Change: Responding to an Urgent Agenda, pp. 193-224.
Washington,D.C.: The World Bank. ISBN 978 0 8213
8493 0.
Laird, S., Wynberg, R.P. and McLain, R.J. 2011. Regulating
complexity: policies for the governance of non-timber
forest products. In S. Shackleton, C. Shackleton and P.
Shanley (eds), Non-Timber Forest Products in the Global
Context, pp. 227-253. Heidelberg: Springer Heidelberg
Dordrecht. ISBN 978 3 642 17982 2.
Ramutsindela, M.F. 2011. Transfrontier conservation and
the spaces of regionalisms. In T.M. Shaw, J.A. Grant and
S. Cornelissen (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion
to Regionalisms, pp. 361-373. Surrey, England: Ashgate
Publishing. ISBN 978 0 7546 7762 8.
Robinson, J. and Parnell, S. 2011. Traveling theory:
embracing post-neoliberalism through southern cities.
In G. Bridge and S. Watson (eds), The New Blackwell