Joy Rumbidzai Mangachena
Joy Rumbidzai Mangachena
Потвърден имейл адрес: griffithuni.edu.au
Invasive alien trees reduce bird species richness and abundance of mutualistic frugivores and nectarivores; a bird’s eye view on a conflict of interest species in riparian habitats
JR Mangachena, S Geerts
Ecological Research 32 (5), 667-676, 2017
The absence of keystone indigenous trees inhibits bird recovery up to a decade after invasive tree removal from riparian habitats
JR Mangachena, S Geerts
Acta Oecologica 101, 103483, 2019
Implications of social media discourse for managing national parks in South Africa
JR Mangachena, CM Pickering
Journal of Environmental Management 285, 112159, 2021
Secondary invaders in riparian habitats can remain up to 10 years after invasive alien Eucalyptus tree clearing
S Geerts, JR Mangachena, MM Nsikani
South African Journal of Botany 146, 491-496, 2022
Why are some animals popular with wildlife tourists: insights from South Africa
JR Mangachena, CM Pickering
Journal of Ecotourism, 1-17, 2021
Response of bird assemblages to the invasion and clearing of alien trees in the Western Cape, South Africa
JR Mangachena
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2016
Destination Images of Africa Reflected in Social Media Photographs
JR Mangachena, ALM Chauvenet, CM Pickering
Society & Natural Resources, 1-19, 2022
Preservation of the natural vegetation of the Cape Floristic Region: challenges as seen by the new generation of Fynbos ecologists
A Grobler, A Beyers, B Mnisi, J Mangachena, J Kemp, P de Abreu, S Hall
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