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M.B. and Sushama, L. 2012. Precipitation climatology in an
ensemble of CORDEX-Africa regional climate simulations.
Journal of Climate, 25(18): 6057-6078.
O’Farrell, P.J., Anderson, P.M.L., Le Maitre, D.C. and
Holmes, P.M. 2012. Insights and opportunities offered
by a rapid ecosystem service assessment in promoting
a conservation agenda in an urban biodiversity hotspot.
Ecology and Society, 17:27.
Oguntunde, P.G., Abiodun, B.J. and Lischeid, G. 2012.
Spatial and temporal temperature trends in Nigeria, 1901-
2000. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 118: 95-105.
Oguntunde, P.G., Abiodun, B.J., Olukunle, O.J. andOlufayo,
A.A. 2012. Trends and variability in pan evaporation and
other climatic variables at Ibadan, Nigeria, 1973-2008.
Meteorological Applications, 19: 464-472.
Parnell, S. and Robinson, J. 2012. (Re)Theorizing cities from
the global south: looking beyond neoliberalism. Urban
Geography, 33(4): 593-617.
Philippon, N., Rouault, M., Richard, Y. and Favre, A. 2012.
The influence of ENSO on winter rainfall in South Africa.
International Journal of Climatology, 32: 2333-2347.
Rahiz, M. and New, N. 2012. Spatial coherence of
meteorological droughts in the UK since 1914. Area, 44(4):
Ramutsindela, M.F. 2012. Property rights, land tenure and
the racial discourses. Geojournal, 77: 753-763.
Ramutsindela, M.F. and Noe, C. 2012. Scalar thickening:
wildlife management areas and conservation scales in
southeast Tanzania. Singapore Journal of Tropical
Geography, 33: 137-151.
Rowlands, D.J., Frame, D.J., Ackerley, D., Aina, T., Booth,
B.B.B., Christensen, C., Collins, M., Faull, N., Forest, C.E.,
Grandey, B.S., Gryspeerdt, E., Highwood, E.J., Ingram,
W.J., Knight, S., Lopez, A., Massey, N., McNamara, F.,
Meinshausen, N., Piani, C., Rosier, S.M., Sanderson, B.M.,
Smith, L.A., Stone, D.A., Thurston, M., Yamazaki, K.,
Yamazaki, Y.H. and Allen, M.R. 2012. Broad range of 2050
warming from an observationally constrained large climate
model ensemble. Nature Geoscience, 5: 256-260.
Siebrits, R. 2012. Swimming pools and intra-city climates:
influences on residential water consumption in Cape Town.
Water SA, 38(1): 133-144.
Smit, W. and Parnell, S. 2012. Urban sustainability and
human health: an African perspective. Current Opinion in
Environmental Sustainability, 4: 443-450.
Stager, J., Mayewski, P., White, J., Chase, B.M., Neumann,
F.H., Meadows, M.E., King, C.D. and Dixon, D.A. 2012.
Precipitation variability in the winter rainfall zone of South
Africa during the last 1400yr linked to the austral westerlies.
Climate of the Past, 8: 877-887.
Thomas, D.S.G., Burrough, S.L. and Parker, A.G. 2012.
Extreme events as drivers of early human behaviour in
Africa? The case for variability, not catastrophic drought.
Journal of Quaternary Science, 27(1): 7-12.
Thomas, D.S.G. and Burrough, S.L. 2012. Interpreting
geoproxies of late quaternary climate change in African
drylands: implications for understanding environmental
change and early human behaviour. Quaternary
International, 253: 5-17.
VanNiekerk, J. andWynberg, R.P. 2012. The trade inPelargonium
sidoides: rural livelihood relief or bounty for the ‘bio-buccaneers’?
Development Southern Africa, 29(4): 530-547.
Wiid, N.J. and Ziervogel, G. 2012. Adapting to climate
change in South Africa: commercial farmers’ perception
of and response to changing climate. South African
Geographical Journal, 94(2): 152-173.
Peer-reviewed published conference
Fisher-Jeffes, L., Carden, K., Armitage, N.P., Spiegel,
A.D., Winter, K.J. and Ashley, R. 2012. Challenges facing
implementation of water sensitive urban design in South
Africa. In proceedings of 7th International Conference on
Water Sensitive Urban Design: Building the Water Sensitive
Community (WSUD Conference 2012), 21-23 February 2012,
Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne: Engineers Australia.
ISBN 9780858258952.
Doctoral dissertations
Browne, N. 2012. Model evaluation for seasonal forecasting
over southern Africa.110pp. Supervised by Hewitson, B.C.
Master’s degrees (by research)
Barrett, L. 2012. An investigation of the rainfall-related and
human-induced risk drivers that contributed to acute urban
water scarcity: a case study of the urban water scarcity in
the George Municipality from 2009-2010. MPhil Disaster
Risk Science. 97pp. Supervised by Holloway, A.
Chasi, V. 2012. Tracing the progression of measles outbreak
risk: an exploratory and descriptive study of the City of
Cape Town, South Africa. MPhil Disaster Risk Science.
183pp. Supervised by Coetzee, D.J. and Holloway, A.