Grant Joseph
Grant Joseph
Research Associate, Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, University of Cape Town
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
Do the large termite mounds of Macrotermes concentrate micronutrients in addition to macronutrients in nutrient-poor African savannas?
CL Seymour, AV Milewski, AJ Mills, GS Joseph, GS Cumming, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68, 95-105, 2014
Twenty years of rest returns grazing potential, but not palatable plant diversity, to Karoo rangeland, South Africa
CL Seymour, SJ Milton, GS Joseph, WRJ Dean, T Ditlhobolo, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (4), 859-867, 2010
Termite mounds as islands: woody plant assemblages relative to termitarium size and soil properties
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, GS Cumming, DHM Cumming, Z Mahlangu
Journal of Vegetation Science 24 (4), 702-711, 2013
Termite mounds increase functional diversity of woody plants in African savannas
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, GS Cumming, DHM Cumming, Z Mahlangu
Ecosystems 17 (5), 808-819, 2014
Large termitaria act as refugia for tall trees, deadwood and cavity-using birds in a miombo woodland
GS Joseph, GS Cumming, DHM Cumming, Z Mahlangu, R Altwegg, ...
Landscape Ecology 26 (3), 439-448, 2011
On bird functional diversity: species richness and functional differentiation show contrasting responses to rainfall and vegetation structure in an arid landscape
CL Seymour, RE Simmons, GS Joseph, JA Slingsby
ecosystems 18 (6), 971-984, 2015
Escaping the flames: large termitaria as refugia from fire in miombo woodland
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, GS Cumming, Z Mahlangu, DHM Cumming
Landscape Ecology 28 (8), 1505-1516, 2013
Changes in landuse alter ant diversity, assemblage composition and dominant functional groups in African savannas
EV Mauda, GS Joseph, CL Seymour, TC Munyai, SH Foord
Biodiversity and Conservation 27 (4), 947-965, 2018
Restoration of riparian systems through clearing of invasive plant species improves functional diversity of Odonate assemblages
RV Modiba, GS Joseph, CL Seymour, P Fouché, SH Foord
Biological Conservation 214, 46-54, 2017
Woody species composition in an African savanna: determined by centuries of termite activity but modulated by 50 years of ungulate herbivory
CL Seymour, GS Joseph, M Makumbe, GS Cumming, Z Mahlangu, ...
Journal of vegetation science 27 (4), 824-833, 2016
Microclimates mitigate against hot temperatures in dryland ecosystems: termite mounds as an example
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, BWT Coetzee, M Ndlovu, A De La Torre, ...
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01509, 2016
A review of the impacts of roads on wildlife in semi-arid regions
WRJ Dean, CL Seymour, GS Joseph, SH Foord
Diversity 11 (5), 81, 2019
Termite mounds mitigate against 50 years of herbivore-induced reduction of functional diversity of savanna woody plants
GS Joseph, M Makumbe, CL Seymour, GS Cumming, Z Mahlangu, ...
Landscape Ecology 30 (10), 2161-2174, 2015
Linear structures in the Karoo, South Africa, and their impacts on biota
WRJ Dean, CL Seymour, GS Joseph
African Journal of Range & Forage Science 35 (3-4), 223-232, 2018
Indirect interactions between crops and natural vegetation through flower visitors: the importance of temporal as well as spatial spillover
CLS Lavhelesani D. Simba, Stefan H. Foord, Elisa Thébault, F.J.Frank van ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 253, 148-156, 2018
The effect of infrastructure on the invasion of a generalist predator: pied crows in southern Africa as a case-study
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, SH Foord
Biological Conservation 205, 11-15, 2017
Elephants, termites and mound thermoregulation in a progressively warmer world
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, BWT Coetzee, M Ndlovu, L Deng, K Fowler, ...
Landscape ecology 33 (5), 731-742, 2018
Cataloguing the Lubango Bird Skin Collection: towards an atlas of Angolan bird distributions
MSL Mills, U Franke, G Joseph, F Miato, S Milton, A Monadjem, ...
Bull. ABC 17, 43-53, 2010
Madagascan highlands: originally woodland and forest containing endemic grasses, not grazing-adapted grassland
GS Joseph, CL Seymour
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1937), 20201956, 2020
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