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Centre for African Conservation Ecology

The technical reports listed below can be downloaded as PDF files from this website. The  files are listed by report number and can be found at the bottom of this page.

  • Hrabar, H., Kerley, G.I.H. (2015). Cape Mountain Zebra 2014/2015 Status Report. ACE Report No. 63.
  • Kerley, G.I.H. and Boshoff, A. (2015). The introduction of alien mammals into the broader Western adn Northern Cape Provinces of South Africa. A facsimile extract from Skead (2011). ACE Report No. 62.
  • Andresen, L., Everatt, K. and Kerley, G.I.H. (2015). Preliminary report on the apex predators of Banhine National Park and the potential Limpopo-Banhine corridor. ACE Report No. 61.
  • A. Muir, A. Skowno and G.I.H. Kerley (2011). Combining conservation and socio-economic development: An assessment of the eco-tourism-based private game reserves in the Eastern Cape. ACE Report No 60.
  • Hrabar, H. and Kerley, G.I.H. 2009.  Cape Mountain Zebra 2009 Status Report. ACE Report No. 59. 
  • Boshoff, A.F. 2008. The Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve: From Concept to Implementation. ACE Report 58.
  • Graham Kerley and Joan Lessing (2006). Proceedings of the Second Eastern Cape Elephant Conservation and Management Workshop Held at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University September 2006. ACE Report No 57
  • Jeffrey A. Langholz and Graham I. H. Kerley (2006). Combining conservation and development on private lands: an assessment of ecotourism based private game reserves in the Eastern Cape. ACE Report No 56
  • André F. Boshoff and Mark D. Anderson (2006). Towards a conservation plant for the Cape Griffon Gyps coprotheres:  identifying priorities for research and conservation action. ACE Report No 55
  • Sharon Wilson (2006). Proceedings of the 2004 Thicket Forum. Zuurburg Mountain Inn, Addo. 26-27 May 2004. ACE Report No 54
  • A.F. Boshoff, G.I.H. Kerley, M. Landman and M. Bradfield (2006). Profiles, perceptions and observations of visitors to the Addo Elephant National Part: 2004/2005. ACE Report No 53
  • Boshoff, A.F. 2005. The Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve: An environmentally, socially and economically sustainable conservation and development initiative. TERU Report 52. 
  • R. Sims-Castley, G.I.H. Kerley, B. Geach (2004). A questionaire-based assessment of the socio-economic significance of eco-tourism-based private game reserves in the Eastern Cape. TERU Report No 51.
  • André Boshoff and Sharon Wilson (2004). The STEP stakeholder participation programme: summary, comments and some lessons learned. TERU Report No 50
  • N. Smith & S.L. Wilson (2002). Changing land use trends in the Thicket Biome: pastoralism to game farming. TERU Report No 38
  • R. Sims-Castley (2002). A preliminary review of gross financial incomes generated by industries dependent on thicket vegetation. TERU Report No 37
  • Graham Kerley, Sharon Wilson and Ashley Massey (Eds) (2002). Elephant conservation and management in the Eastern Cape. Proceedings of a workshop held at the University of Port Elizabeth 5 February 2002. TERU Report No 35
  • Henley, S.R. 2000. The Baviaanskloof Conservation Area: opportunities for the conservation of Cape mountain zebra and leopard. TERU Report 28.
  • André Boshoff, Richard Cowling and Graham Kerley (2000). The Baviaanskloof Conservation Area: A conservation and development priority. TERU Report No. 27
  • AF Boshoff & GIH Kerley (Eds) (1999). Proceedings of a Greater Addo National Park stakeholders workshop. TERU Report No 25
  • Graham Kerley & André Boshoff (1997) A proposal for a Greater Addo National Park. A Regional and National Conservation and Development Opportunity. TERU Report No 17
  • Stephen Henley (1997). On the proposed reintroduction of Serval (Felis serval) inot the Great Fish River Reserve, Eastern Cape. TERU Report No 16
  • A.F. Boshoff, G.I.H. Kerley & R.M. Cowling (1997 Revised 2002). Towards a conservation policy for the Eastern Cape: The function and management of protected areas. TERU Report No 10