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  1. Comparative behavioural assessment of an established and a new tigerfish <em>Hydrocynus vittatus</em> population in two man-made lakes in the Limpopo River catchment, southern Africa

    Comparative behavioural assessment of an established and a new tigerfish <em>Hydrocynus vittatus</em> population in two man-made lakes in the Limpopo River catchment, southern Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    With the continued establishment of man-made lakes within the natural distribution range of tigerfish in southern Africa, many artificial tigerfish populations now exist in the region. Very little of the behavioural ecology of these artificial but ecologically important populations is...
  2. A hard-knock life: the foraging ecology of Cape cormorants amidst shifting prey resources and industrial fishing pressure

    A hard-knock life: the foraging ecology of Cape cormorants amidst shifting prey resources and industrial fishing pressure

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    Once one of the most numerous seabirds of the Benguela upwelling system, the population of Cape cormorants Phalacrocorax capensis has decreased by 60% in the past three decades and the species is listed as Near Threatened. Declines in prey availability...
  3. Reflection on the first five years of South Africa’s Acoustic Tracking Array Platform (ATAP): status, challenges and opportunities

    Reflection on the first five years of South Africa’s Acoustic Tracking Array Platform (ATAP): status, challenges and opportunities

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    The Acoustic Tracking Array Platform (ATAP) is a marine science programme that monitors the movements and migrations of inshore marine animals along the South African coastline. Acoustically tagged animals are monitored by an expanded network of approximately 100 automated data-logging...