Articles by Author: G Eacute Rard Morel

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  1. THE LINGUISTS' UNACKNOWLEDGED PROGENY: AFRICAN LITERATURE

    THE LINGUISTS' UNACKNOWLEDGED PROGENY: AFRICAN LITERATURE

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    Unless devoted linguists, most of them Protestant missionaries, had reduced African languages to writing, unless they had shown how they were to be written; unless they had established schools, taught the languages, encouraged the provision of reading matter—many of black...
  2. Comparative use of three methods for estimating the population size of a transferred island endemic: the endangered Seychelles White-eye <em>Zosterops modestus</em>

    Comparative use of three methods for estimating the population size of a transferred island endemic: the endangered Seychelles White-eye <em>Zosterops modestus</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Post-release monitoring is an important aspect of species transfers, providing a basis for conservation and management actions to achieve long-term survival of the species. Between 2001 and 2003, the Seychelles White-eye Zosterops modestus became established on Frégate Island following the...
  3. A Method for Monitoring Egg Production by the <em>Eucalyptus</em> Borers <em>Phoracantha</em> spp. (Cerambycidae)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    This sampling method for monitoring P. semipunctata egg production in the forest involves attaching four strips of shed Eucalyptus bark (each 40 × 80 mm) by means of drawing pins to a freshly felled Eucalyptus log. The highest number of...
  4. Preliminary results on species selection by animals on sour grassveld

    Preliminary results on species selection by animals on sour grassveld

    A study of species selection by cattle under a system of controlled selective grazing using wheel‐point surveys and fistulated animals has demonstrated that both techniques provide valuable information on the preference shown for such species as Andropogon amplectens, Eulalia villosa,...