Graham I.H. Kerley
Graham I.H. Kerley
Distinguished Professor, Director, Centre African Cons. Ecol., Nelson Mandela Univ
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Collapse of the world’s largest herbivores
WJ Ripple, TM Newsome, C Wolf, R Dirzo, KT Everatt, M Galetti, ...
Science Advances 1 (4), e1400103, 2015
Prey preferences of the leopard (Panthera pardus)
MW Hayward, P Henschel, J O'brien, M Hofmeyr, G Balme, GIH Kerley
Journal of Zoology 270 (2), 298-313, 2006
Prey preferences of the lion (Panthera leo)
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley
Journal of Zoology 267 (03), 309-322, 2005
Fencing for conservation: Restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte to threatening processes?
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley
Biological Conservation 142 (1), 1-13, 2009
Designing Large‐Scale Conservation Corridors for Pattern and Process
M Rouget, RM Cowling, AT Lombard, AT Knight, GIH Kerley
Conservation Biology 20 (2), 549-561, 2006
Carrying capacity of large African predators: predictions and tests
MW Hayward, J O’Brien, GIH Kerley
Biological Conservation 139 (1-2), 219-229, 2007
Prey preferences of the cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)(Felidae: Carnivora): morphological limitations or the need to capture rapidly consumable prey before kleptoparasites arrive?
MW Hayward, M Hofmeyr, J O'brien, GIH Kerley
Journal of Zoology 270 (4), 615-627, 2006
A scientific perspective on the management of elephants in the Kruger National Park and elsewhere.
N Owen-Smith, GIH Kerley, B Page, R Slotow, RJ Van Aarde
South African journal of science 102, 2006
The reintroduction of large carnivores to the Eastern Cape, South Africa: an assessment
MW Hayward, J Adendorff, J O'Brien, A Sholto-Douglas, C Bissett, ...
Oryx 41 (3), 413-413, 2007
Prey preferences and dietary overlap amongst Africa's large predators
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley
African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 93-109, 2008
Prey preferences of the African wild dog Lycaon pictus (Canidae: Carnivora): ecological requirements for conservation
MW Hayward, J O'Brien, M Hofmeyr, GIH Kerley
Journal of Mammalogy 87 (6), 1122-1131, 2006
Saving the World's Terrestrial Megafauna
WJ Ripple, G Chapron, JV López-Bao, SM Durant, DW Macdonald, ...
BioScience 66, 807-812, 2016
Conservation implications of the refugee species concept and the European bison: king of the forest or refugee in a marginal habitat?
GIH Kerley, R Kowalczyk, J Cromsigt
Ecography 35 (6), 519-529, 2012
Hunting for fear: innovating management of human–wildlife conflicts
JPGM Cromsigt, DPJ Kuijper, M Adam, RL Beschta, M Churski, A Eycott, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 544-549, 2013
Desertification of subtropical thicket in the Eastern Cape, South Africa: are there alternatives?
GIH Kerley, MH Knight, M Kock
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 37 (1), 211-230, 1995
Jumbos or bust: do tourists' perceptions lead to an under-appreciation of biodiversity?
GIH Kerley, BGS Geach, C Vial
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 33 (1), 13-21, 2003
The impacts of elephants on biodiversity in the Eastern Cape Subtropical Thickets
GIH Kerley, M Landman
South African Journal of Science 102 (9), 395-402, 2006
Options for the conservation of large and medium-sized mammals in the Cape Floristic Region hotspot, South Africa
GIH Kerley, RL Pressey, RM Cowling, AF Boshoff, R Sims-Castley
Biological Conservation 112 (1-2), 169-190, 2003
Effects of elephants on ecosystems and biodiversity
GIH Kerley, M Landman, L Kruger, N Owen-Smith, D Balfour, WF De Boer, ...
Elephant Management; A Scientific Assessment for South Africa, 146-205, 2008
What do mice select for in seeds?
GIH Kerley, T Erasmus
Oecologia 86 (2), 261-267, 1991
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