Vromans D., Maree K., Holness S., Job N. & Brown A. (2010) The Garden Route Biodiversity Sector Plan for the George, Knysna and Bitou Municipalities. Supporting land-use planning and decision-making in Critical Biodiversity Areas and Ecological Support Areas for sustainable development. Garden Route initiative South African National Parks

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Western Cape Government, Department of Environmental Affairs & Development Planning (2018) Business Case for Keurbooms and Karatara River Catchments Western Cape Government

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Whitfield A. K. (1992) A characterization of South African estuaries. South African Journal of Aquatic Science 18: 89–103

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Teske P. R., Cherry M. I. & Matthee C. A. (2003) Population genetics of the endangered Knysna seahorse, Hippocampus capensis Molecular Ecology 12: 1703–1715

Keywords: control region, gene flow, estuaries, genetic structure, Hippocampus capensis, mtDNA

Turpie J. K. (2004) South African National Spatial Biodiversity Assessment 2004, Technical report, Volume 3: Estuary component South African National Biodiversity Institute

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The Vecon consortium (2006) Review of the original recommendations and decisions taken about phasing out plantation forestry and state forest land in the southern and western Cape and recommendation on a decision to reverse the withdrawal strategy Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF)

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Turpie J. K. & Clark B. M. (2007) Development of a conservation plan for temperate South African estuaries on the basis of biodiversity importance, ecosystems health and economic costs and benefits Anchor Environmental Consultants CC

Keywords: Estuary assessment

Turpie J. K., Adams J. B., Joubert T., Colloty B., Maree R., Whitfield A., Wooldridge T., Lamberth S., Taljaard S. & Van Niekerk L. (2002) Assessment of the conservation status of South African estuaries for use in management and water allocation WRC 28:

Keywords: Estuaries

van der Colff D., Dreyer L. L., Valentine A. & Roets F. (2017) Comparison of nutrient cycling abilities between the invasive Acacia mearnsii and the native Virgilia divaricata trees growing sympatrically in forest margins in South Africa South African Journal of Botany 111: 358–364

Keywords: Acacia mearnsii, Biological nitrogen fixation, Nutrient cycling, Virgilia divaricata, δ15N/δ14N isotope ratio

van Niekerk L. & Turpie J. eds. (2012) South African National Biodiversity Assessment 2011: Technical Report. Volume 3: Estuary Component. CSIR

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