Wayne Twine
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Rural household demographics, livelihoods and the environment
A De Sherbinin, LK VanWey, K McSweeney, R Aggarwal, A Barbieri, ...
Global environmental change 18 (1), 38-53, 2008
Consumption and direct-use values of savanna bio-resources used by rural households in Mametja, a semi-arid area of Limpopo province, South Africa
W Twine, D Moshe, T Netshiluvhi, V Siphugu
South African Journal of Science 99 (9), 467-473, 2003
Land‐cover change and human–environment interactions in a rural cultural landscape in South Africa
M Giannecchini, W Twine, C Vogel
Geographical Journal 173 (1), 26-42, 2007
``Locusts are now our beef'': Adult mortality and household dietary use of local environmental resources in rural South Africa1
LM Hunter, W Twine, L Patterson
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35 (69_suppl), 165-174, 2007
Rural outmigration, natural capital, and livelihoods in South Africa
LM Hunter, R Nawrotzki, S Leyk, GJ Maclaurin, W Twine, M Collinson, ...
Population, space and place 20 (5), 402-420, 2014
Lizards and landscapes: integrating field surveys and interviews to assess the impact of human disturbance on lizard assemblages and selected reptiles in a savanna in South Africa
R Smart, MJ Whiting, W Twine
Biological Conservation 122 (1), 23-31, 2005
Urban ecology in a developing world: why advanced socioecological theory needs Africa
MR McHale, DN Bunn, STA Pickett, W Twine
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (10), 556-564, 2013
Double jeopardy: The dichotomy of fuelwood use in rural South Africa
R Matsika, BFN Erasmus, WC Twine
Energy Policy 52, 716-725, 2013
Coppice harvesting of fuelwood species on a South African common: utilizing scientific and indigenous knowledge in community based natural resource management
SA Kaschula, WE Twine, MC Scholes
Human Ecology 33 (3), 387-418, 2005
Socio-economic transitions influence vegetation change in the communal rangelands of the South African lowveld
WC Twine
African Journal of Range and Forage Science 22 (2), 93-99, 2005
Unsustainable fuelwood extraction from South African savannas
KJ Wessels, MS Colgan, BFN Erasmus, GP Asner, WC Twine, R Mathieu, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (1), 014007, 2013
Environmental perceptions of rural South African residents: The complex nature of environmental concern
LM Hunter, S Strife, W Twine
Society and Natural Resources 23 (6), 525-541, 2010
Adult mortality and natural resource use in rural South Africa: Evidence from the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site
LM Hunter, W Twine, A Johnson
Society and Natural Resources 24 (3), 256-275, 2011
Practicing the science of sustainability: the challenges of transdisciplinarity in a developing world context
T Steelman, EG Nichols, A James, L Bradford, L Ebersöhn, V Scherman, ...
Sustainability Science 10 (4), 581-599, 2015
“The bush is no more”: insights on institutional change and natural resource availability in rural South Africa
T Kirkland, LM Hunter, W Twine
Society and Natural Resources 20 (4), 337-350, 2007
Food and cash: understanding the role of the retail sector in rural food security in South Africa
LM Pereira, CN Cuneo, WC Twine
Food security 6 (3), 339-357, 2014
Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implication of social and natural capital
B Tibesigwa, M Visser, M Collinson, W Twine
Sustainability Science 11 (2), 193-214, 2016
A tale of two villages: assessing the dynamics of fuelwood supply in communal landscapes in South Africa
R Matsika, BFN Erasmus, WC Twine
Environmental Conservation 40 (1), 71-83, 2013
The effect of catena position and stump characteristics on the coppice response of three savannah fuelwood species
SA Kaschula, WC Twine, MC Scholes
Environmental Conservation 32 (1), 76-84, 2005
Harvesting of communal resources by ‘outsiders’ in rural South Africa: a case of xenophobia or a real threat to sustainability?
W Twine, V Saphugu, D Moshe
The International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 10 (3 …, 2003
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