Tineke Kraaij

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School of Natural Resource Management
Nelson Mandela University
Private Bag X6531
George, 6530, South Africa

Publications in Fire Ecology

Growth-Form Responses to Fire in Nama-Karoo Escarpment Grassland, South Africa
Pages: 85-94
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.130308594

Fire is a rare phenomenon in the semi-arid Nama-Karoo region of South Africa, but appears to have become more common in recent years, possibly as a result of climate change. The ecological effects of fire in this vegetation are poorly understood, but are likely to involve changes in structural composition, that of the shrub−grass ratio in particular. A fire burned an area of Karoo escarpment grassland (a mixture of shrubs and grasses) on the Nuweveld Mountains in October 2013.  [Read More]

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