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Social-ecological systems in mountains are sensitive to the effects of climate change and are being affected at rates faster than other terrestrial habitats. We need to know which species are likely to be “winners” and which are likely to be “losers” in the context of climate change. This study...
The Kaokoveld Centre of Endemism is a hotspot of biodiversity and endemism, largely underexplored while new species are continually described. A reconnaissance survey of flora and vegetation was undertaken on three remote mountain tops of the western Great Escarpment: Cafema and Tchamalindi in...
Second home tourism has emerged as a significant area of research because of the intersection between tourism and migration that has been encouraged by new forms of mobility. The social and economic aspects of second homes have been studied extensively, yet research on the environmental impacts...
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