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  1. LETTER

    LETTER

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
  2. THE OCCURRENCE OF “PORTLANDICA” LITTLE TERNS AND ABSENCE OF DAMARA TERNS AND BRITISH STORM PETRELS IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

    THE OCCURRENCE OF “PORTLANDICA” LITTLE TERNS AND ABSENCE OF DAMARA TERNS AND BRITISH STORM PETRELS IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Feare, C. J. & Bourne, W. R. P. 1978. The occurrence of “Portlandica” Little Terns and absence of Damara Terns and British Storm Petrels in the Indian Ocean. Ostrich 49:64-66.
  3. Do lunar phases affect US REIT returns?

    Do lunar phases affect US REIT returns?

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Investment Analysts Journal
    This study is the first to document the existence of a lunar cycle effect in the REIT market. This effect is observed only when REITs became more difficult to value following the structural break in the early 1990s. The pattern...
  4. The South African audit report: an empirical investigation of the positive perceptions gap

    The South African audit report: an empirical investigation of the positive perceptions gap

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: De Ratione
    The positive perceptions gap, a component of the expectations gap, is the difference between what auditors perceive they are doing and what informed users of audited financial information perceive auditors are doing. This article reports the results of an empirical...
  5. Another world is possible? A critical exploration of Escobar's ‘other worlds/worlds otherwise’

    Another world is possible? A critical exploration of Escobar's ‘other worlds/worlds otherwise’

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    This article is primarily a literature review that attempts to present and critically discuss, as clearly and concisely as possible, Arturo Escobar's position on ‘development’ as discourse, idea, and billion-dollar industry and the role of anthropology within this, as evidenced...
  6. Minimum population size and potential impact of feral and semi-feral donkeys and horses in an arid rangeland

    Minimum population size and potential impact of feral and semi-feral donkeys and horses in an arid rangeland

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    Farmers in the northern, communally managed parts of the Succulent Karoo, an arid rangeland system in South Africa, historically used donkeys and horses for transport and ploughing. With increasing mechanisation, draught animal power has largely been replaced by machines. Yet,...