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  1. Allnutt TF, McClanahan TR, Andrefouet S, Baker M, Lagabrielle E, McClnnen C, Rakotomanjaka AJM, Tianarisoa TF, Watson R, Kremen C. 2012. Comparison of marine spatial planning methods in Madagascar demonstrates value of alternative approaches. PLoS ONE 7(2): e28969. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028969.
  2. Amemiya CT, et al. 2013. The African coelacanth genome provides insight into tetrapod evolution. Nature 496: 311–316.
  3. Amemiya CT, Dorrington R, Meyer A. 2014. The coelacanth and its genome. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 317-321.
  4. Asseid BS, Drapeau L, Crawford RJM, Dyer BM, Hija A, Mwinyi AA, Shinula P, Upfold L. 2006. The food of three seabirds at Latham Island, Tanzania, with observations on foraging by masked boobies Sula dactylatra. African Journal of Marine Science 28:1, 109–114.
  5. Ayers MJ, Scharler UM. 2011. Use of sensitivity analysis in constructing plausible trophic mass-balance models of a data-limited marine ecosystem – the KwaZulu-Natal bight, South Africa. Journal of Marine Science 88(2): 298-311.
  6. Ayers MJ, Scharler UM, Fennessy ST. 2013. Modelling ecosystem effects of reduced prawn recruitment on the Thukela Bank trawling grounds, South Africa, following nursery loss. Marine Ecology Progress Series 473: 143–161.
  7. Barlow R, Keywalyanga M, Sessions H, van den Berg M, Morris T. 2008. Phytoplankton pigments, functional types, and absorption properties in the Delagoa and Natal Bights of the Agulhas ecosystem. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 80: 201–211.
  8. Barlow R, Lamont T, Britz K, Sessions H. 2013. Mechanisms of phytoplankton adaptation to environmental variability in a shelf ecosystem. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 133: 45-57.
  9. Barlow R, Lamont T, Kyewalyanga M, Sessions H, Morris T. 2010. Phytoplankton production and photophysiological adaptation of the southeastern shelf of the Agulhas Ecosystem. Continental Shelf Research 30 (2010): 1472–1486.
  10. Barlow R, Lamont T, Kyewalyanga M, Sessions H, van den Berg M, Duncan F. 2011. Phytoplankton production and adaptation in the vicinity of Pemba and Zanzibar islands, Tanzania. African Journal of Marine Science 33(2): 283–295.
  11. Barlow R, Lamont T, Morris T, Sessions H, van den Berg M. 2014. Adaptation of phytoplankton communities to mesoscale eddies in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 106-118.
  12. Benno B, Verheij E, Stapely J, Rumisha C, Ngatunga B, Abdallah A, Kalombo H. 2006. Coelacanth (Latimeriachalumnae Smith, 1939) discoveries and conservation in Tanzania. South African Journal of Science 102: 486–490.
  13. Bernard ATF, Götz A, Parker D, Heyns ER, Halse SJ, Riddin NA, Smith MKS, Paterson AW, Winker H, Fullwood L, Langlois TJ, Harvey ES. 2014. New possibilities for research on reef fish across the continental shelf of South Africa. South African Journal of Science. 110 (9/10): 5pp.
  14. Bishop OT, Edkins AL, Blatch GL. 2014. Sequence and domain conservation of the coelacanth Hsp40 and Hsp90 chaperones suggest conservation function. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 359-378.
  15. Bolton JJ, Andreakis N, Anderson RJ. 2011. Molecular evidence for three separate cryptic introductions of the red seaweed Asparagopsis (Bonnemaisoniales, Rhodophyta) in South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 33(2): 263-271.
  16. Browne CM, Maneveldt GW, Bolton JJ, Anderson RJ. 2013. Abundance and species composition of the non-geniculate coralline red algae epiphytic on the South African populations of the rocky shore seagrass Thalassodendron leptocaule Duarte, Bandeira, and Romeiras . South African Journal of Botany 86: 101–110.
  17. Browne CM, Milne R, Griffiths C, Bolton JJ, Anderson RJ. 2013. Epiphytic seaweeds and invertebrates associated with South African populations of the rocky shore seagrass Thalassodendron leptocaule — a hidden wealth of biodiversity. African Journal of Marine Science 35(4): 523-531
  18. Boudinot P, Zou J, Ota T, Bounocore F, Scapigliato G, Canapa A, Cannon J, Litman G, Hansen JD. 2014. A tetrapod-like repertoire of innate immune receptors and effectors for coelacanths. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 415-437.
  19. Cawthra HC, Neumann FH, Uken R, Smith AM, Guastella LA, Yates A. 2012. Sedimentation on the narrow (8 km wide), oceanic current-influenced continental shelf off Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Marine Geology 323-325: 107–122.
  20. Chalopin D, Fan S, Simakov O, Meyer A, Schartl M, Volff J-N. 2014 Evolutionary active transposable elements in the genome of the coelacanth. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 322–333
  21. Chenuil A, Hoareau T, Egea E, Penant G, Rocher C, Aurelle D, Mokhtar-Jamai K, Bishop JDD, Boissin E, Diaz A, Krakau M, Luttikhuizen PC, Patti FP, Blavet N, Mousset S. 2010. An efficient method to find potentially universal population genetic markers, applied to metazoans. BCM Evolutionary Biology 10: 276
  22. Cowley PD, Childs A-R, Bennett RH. 2013. The trouble with estuarine fisheries in temperate South Africa, illustrated by a case study on the Sundays Estuary. African Journal of Marine Science 35(1): 117–128.
  23. Crawford RJM, Asseid BS, Dyer BM, Hija A, Mwinyi AA, Shinula P, Upfold L. 2006. The status of seabirds at Latham Island, Tanzania. African Journal of Marine Science, 28:1: 99–108.
  24. Currie JC, Sink KJ, Le Noury P, Branch GM. 2012. Comparing fish communities in the sanctuaries, partly protected areas and open-access reefs in South-East Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 34(2): 269–281.
  25. de Lecea AM, Cooper R, Omarjee A, Smit AJ. 2011. The effects of preservation methods, dye and acidification on the isotopic values (15N and 13C) of two zooplankton species from the KwaZulu-Natal Bight, South Africa. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 25: 1853–1861.
  26. de Lecea AM, Fennessy ST, Smit AJ. 2013. Processes controlling the benthic food web of a mesotrophic bight (Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa) revealed by stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 484: 97–114.
  27. de Lecea AM, Smit AJ, Fennessy ST. 2011. The effects of freeze/thaw periods and drying methods on isotopic and elemental carbon and nitrogen in marine organisms, raising questions on sample preparation. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectometry 2011, 25: 3640–3649.
  28. Dicken ML, Booth AJ. 2013. Surveys of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) off bathing beaches in Algoa Bay, South Africa. Marine and Freshwater Research 64: 530-539.
  29. Dicken ML, Smale MJ, Booth AJ. 2013. White sharks Carcharodon carcharias at Bird Island, Algoa Bay, South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science. 35(2): 175-182.
  30. Dos Santos SMR, Klopper AW, Oosthuizen CJ, Bloomer P. 2008. Isolation and characterization of polymorphic tetranucleotide microsatellite loci in the pelagic perciform fish Pomatomus saltatrix (Linnaeus, 1766) from South Africa. Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 1065–67.
  31. Forocni M, Biscotti MA, Barucca M, Buonocore F, De Moro G, Fausto M, Gerdol M, Pallavicini A, Scapigliati G, Schartl M, Olmo E, Canapa A. 2014. Characterization of purine catabolic pathway genes in coelacanths. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 334-341.
  32. Forocni M, Chalopin D, Barucca M, Biscotti MA, De Moro G, Galiana D, Gerdol M, Pallavicini A, Canapa A, Olmo E, Volff J-N. 2014 Transcriptional activity of transposable elements in coelacanths. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 379-389.
  33. Gon O, Gouws G, Mwaluma J, Mwale M. 2013. Re-description of two species of the cardinal fish genus Archamia (Teleostei: Apagonidae) from the Red Sea and Western Indian Ocean. Zootaxa 3608(7): 587–594.
  34. Goschen WS, Schumann EH, Bernard KS, Bailey SE, Deyzel SHP. 2012. Upwelling and ocean structures off Algoa Bay and the south-east coast of South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 34(4): 525–536.
  35. Grantham HS, Game ET, Lombard AT, Hobday AJ, Richardson AJ, Beckley LE, Pressey RL, Huggett JA, Coetzee JC, van der Lingen CD, Petersen SL, Merkle D, Possingham HP. 2010. Accommodating dynamic oceanographic processes and pelagic biodiversity in marine conservation planning. PLoS ONE 6(2): e16552.
  36. Green AN, Uken R. 2005. First observations of sea-level indicators related to glacial maxima at Sodwana Bay, northern KwaZulu-Natal. South African Journal of Science 101 May/June: 236–238.
  37. Green AN, Uken R. 2008. Submarine landsliding and canyon evolution on the northern KwaZulu-Natal continental shelf, South Africa, SW Indian Ocean. Marine Geology 254: 152–170.
  38. Green AN, Ovechkina M, Uken R. 2008. Nannofossil age constraints for the northern KwaZulu-Natal shelf-edge wedge: Implications for continental margin dynamics, South Africa, SW Indian Ocean. Continental Shelf Research 28, 2442–2449.
  39. Green AN, Uken R, Ramsay P, Leuci R, Perritt S. 2009. Potential sites for suitable coelacanth habitat using bathymetric data from the western Indian Ocean. South African Journal of Science 105, 151–154.
  40. Green A. 2009. Sediment dynamics on the narrow, canyon-incised and current-swept shelf of the northern KwaZulu-Natal continental shelf, South Africa. Geo-Marine Letters 29: 201-219.
  41. Green AN. 2009b. Pelaeo-drainage, incised valley fills and transgressive system tract sedimentation of the northern Kwa-Zulu Natal continental shelf. South Africa, SW Indian Ocean. Marine Geology 263: 46–63.
  42. Green AN. 2011. Submarine canyons associated with altering sediment starvation and shelf-edge wedge development: Northern Kwa-Zulu continental margin, South Africa. Marine Geology 284: 114–126.
  43. Green AN. 2011. The late Cretaceous to Holocene sequence stratigraphy of a sheared passive upper continental margin, northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Marine Geology 289(1-4): 17–28.
  44. Green AN, Goff JA, Uken R. 2007. Geomorphological evidence for upslope canyon-forming processes on the northern KwaZulu-Natal shelf, SW Indian Ocean, South Africa. Geo-Marine Letters 27: 399–409.
  45. Groeneveld JC, Everett BI, Fennessy ST, Kirkman SP, Santos J, Roberson WD. 2013. Spatial distribution patterns, abundance and population structure of deep-sea crab Chaceon macphersoni, based on complementary analyses of trap and trawl data. Marine and Freshwater Research 64: 507-517.
  46. Hancke L, Roberts MJ, Ternon JF. 2014 Surface drifter trajectories highlight flow pathways in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 27-37.
  47. Heemstra PC, Fricke H, Hissmann K, Schauer J, Smale M, Sink K. 2006. Interactions of fishes with particular reference to coelacanths in the canyons at Sodwana Bay and the St Lucia Marine Protected Area of South Africa. South African Journal of Science 102: 461–465.
  48. Hill JM, McQuaid C. 2008. d13C and d15N biogeographic trends in rocky intertidal communities along the coast of South Africa: Evidence of strong environmental signatures. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 80: 261–268.
  49. Hissemann K, Fricke H, Schauer J, Ribbink AJ, Roberts MJ, Sink K, Heemstra P. 2006. The South African Coelacanths – an account of what is known after three submersible expeditions. South African Journal of Science 102: 491–500.
  50. Hoareau TB, Boissin E. 2010. Design of phylum-specific hybrid primers for DNA barcoding: addressing the need for efficient COI amplification in the Ecinodermata. Molecular Ecology Resources 10: 960–967.
  51. Hoareau TB, Boissin E, Berrebi P. 2012. Evolutionary history of a widespread Indo-Pacific goby: The role of Pleistocene sea-level changes on demographic contraction/expansion dynamics. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 62: 566–572.
  52. Hoareau TB, Boissin E, Paulay G, Bruggemann JH. 2013. The Southwestern Indian Ocean as a potential marine evolutionary hotspot: perspectives from comparative phylogeography of reef brittle-stars. Journal of Biogeography 40(11): 2167-2179.
  53. Huggett JA. 2014. Mesoscale distribution and community composition of zooplankton in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 119-135.
  54. Jackson JM, Rainville L, Roberts MJ, McQuaid CD, Lutjeharms JRE. 2012. Mesoscale bio-physical interactions between the Agulhas Current and the Agulhas Bank, South Africa. Continental Shelf Research 49: 10–24.
  55. Jaquemet S, Ternon JF, Kaehler S, Thiebot JB, Dyer B, Bemanaja E, Marteau C, Le Corre M. 2014. Contrasted structuring effects of mesoscale features on the seabird community in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 200-211.
  56. Kawasaki K, Amemiya CT. 2014. SCPP genes in the coelacanth: Tissue mineralization genes shared by sarcopterygians. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 390-402.
  57. Kolasinski J, Kaehler S, Jaquemet S. 2012. Distribution and sources of particulate organic matter in mesoscale eddy dipole in the Mozambique Channel (south-west Indian Ocean): Insight from C and N stable isotopes. Journal of Marine Science 96-97: 122–131.
  58. Kyewalyanga M, Naik R, Hegde S, Raman M, Barlow R, Roberts M. 2007. Phytoplankton biomass and primary production in Delagoa Bight Mozambique: application of remote sensing. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 74, 429–436.
  59. Lagabrielle E, Le Bourgeois T, Durieux L, Robin M, Strasberg D. 2011. Systematic conservation planning in islands: the case study of Reunion Island (Indian Ocean) International Journal of Geomatics and Spatial Analysis. Special Issue 2011: 45–65.
  60. Lagabrielle E, Rouget M, Le Bourgeois T, Payet K, Durieux L, Baret S, Dupont J, Strasberg D. 2011. Integrating conservation, restoration and land-use planning in islands—An illustrative case study in Réunion Island (Western Indian Ocean). Landscape and Urban Planning 101(2): 120–130.
  61. Lamont T, Roberts M, Barlow R, Morris T, van den Berg M. 2010. Circulation patterns in the Delagoa Bight, Mozambique, and the influence of deep ocean eddies. African Journal of Marine Science 32(3): 553–562.
  62. Lamont T, Barlow RG, Morris T, van den Berg MA. 2014. Characterisation of mesoscale features and phytoplankton variability in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 94-105.
  63. Lampert KP, Fricke H, Hissmann K, Schauer J, Blassmann K, Ngatunga BP, Schartl M. 2012. Population divergence in East African coelacanths. Current Biology 22(11): 439–440.
  64. Lebourges-Dhaussy A, Huggett J, Ockhuis S, Roudaut G, Josse E, Verheye H. 2014. Zooplankton size and distribution within mesoscale structures in the Mozambique Channel: A comparative using TAPS acoustic profiler, a multiple net sampler and ZooScan image analysis. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 136-152.
  65. Lutjeharms JRE, Bornman TG. 2010. The importance of the greater Agulhas Current is increasingly being recognised. South African Journal of Science 106 (3/4): 1-4.
  66. Lutjeharms JRE, Durgadoo JV, Schapira M, McQuaid C. 2010. First oceanographic survey of the entire continental shelf adjacent to the northern Agulhas Current. South African Journal of Science 106 (9/10).
  67. Lutjeharms JRE. 2006. The ocean environment off southeastern Africa: a review. South African Journal of Science 102: 419–426.
  68. Malauene B, Shillington FA, Roberts MJ, Molony CL. 2014 Cool elevated chlorophyll-a waters off northern Mozambique. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 68-78.
  69. Marsac F, Barlow R, Ternon JF, Ménard F, Roberts M. 2014. Ecosystem functioning in the Mozambique Channel: Synthesis and future research. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 212-220.
  70. McClanahan TR, Ateweberhan M, Ruiz Sebastian C, Graham NAJ, Wilson SK, Bruggeman JH, Guillaume MMM. 2007. Predictability of coral bleaching from synoptic satellite and in situ temperature observations. Coral Reefs 26: 695–701.
  71. Mills M, Weeks R, Pressey RL, Gleason MG, Eisma-Osorio R-L, Lombard AT, Harris JM, Killmer AB, White A, Morrison TH 2015. Real-world progress in overcoming the challenges of adaptive spatial planning in marine protected areas. Biological Conservation 181: 54-63.
  72. Milne R, Griffiths CL. 2013. Additions to and revision of the amphipod (Crustacea: Amphipoda) fauna of South Africa, with a list of currently known species from the region. African Natural History 9: 61-90.
  73. Milne R, Griffiths CL. 2014. Invertebrate biodiversity associated with algal turfs on a coral-dominated reef. Marine Biology
  74. Modisakeng KW, Amemiya CT, Dorrington RA, Blatch GL. 2006. Molecular biology studies on the coelacanth: a review. South African Journal of Science 102: 479–485.
  75. Modisakeng KW, Jiwaji M, Pesce E-R, Robert J, Amemiya CT, Dorrington RA, Blatch GL. 2009. Isolation of a Latimeriamenadoensis heat shock protein 70 (Lmhsp70) that has all the features of an inducible gene and encodes a functional molecular chaperone. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 282: 185–196.
  76. Morris T, Lamont T, Roberts MJ. 2013. Effects of deep-sea eddies on the northern KwaZulu-Natal shelf, South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 35(3): 343-350.
  77. Mulley JF, Holland PWH. 2014. Genomic organisation of the seven ParaHex genes of the coelacanth. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 352-258.
  78. Nitsche A, Doose G, Tafer H, Robinson M, Saha NR, Gerdol M, Canapa A, Hoffmann S, Amemiya CT, Stadler PF. 2014. Atypical RNAs in the coelacanth transcriptome. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 342-351.
  79. Nulens R, Scott L, Herbin M. 2011. An updated inventory of all known specimens of the coelacanth, Latimeria spp. Smithiana Publications in Aquatic Biodiversity: Smithiana Special Publication 3, 12 September 2011.
  80. Ovechkina MN, Bylinskaya ME, Uken R. 2010. Planktonic foraminiferal assemblage in surface sediments from the Thukela Shelf, South Africa. African Invertebrates. 51(2): 231–254.
  81. Owens HL, Bentley AC, Townsend Peterson A. 2012. Predicting suitable environments and potential occurrences for coelacanths (Latimeria spp.). Biodiversity and Conservation 21: 577-587.
  82. Parker D, Booth AJ. 2013. The tongue-replacing isopod Cymothoa borbonica reduces the growth of large spot pompano Trachinotus botla. Marine Biology 160: 2943-2950.
  83. Parker D, Booth AJ. 2014. Aspects of the biology and life history of largespot pompano, Trachinotus bolta, in South Africa. Marine and Freshwater Research
  84. Parker D, Booth AJ, Mann BQ. 2013. A spatio-temporal assessment of the Trachinotus bolta shore-fishery in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 35(1): 35–46.
  85. Picone B, Hesse U, Panji S, Van Heusden P, Jonas M, Christoffels A. 2014.Taste and odorant receptors of the coelacanth—A gene repertoire in transition. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 403-414.
  86. Porri F, Jackson JM, Von der Meden CEO, Weidberg N, McQuaid CB. 2014. The effect of mesoscale oceanographic features on the distribution of mussel larvae along the south coast of South Africa. Journal of Marine Systems. 132: 162-173.
  87. Porter SN, Branch GM, Sink KJ. 2013. Biogeographic patterns on shallow subtidal reefs in the Western Indian Ocean. Marine Biology 160: 1271–1283.
  88. Ramsay PJ, Miller WR. 2006. Marine geophysical technology used to define coelacanth habitats on the KwaZulu-Natal shelf, South Africa. South African Journal of Science 102: 427–434.
  89. Reddy MM, Macdonald AHH, Groeneveld JC, Schleyer MH. 2014. Phylogeography of the scalloped spiny-lobster Panulirus homarus rubellus in the southwest Indian Ocean. Journal of crustacean biology, 34(6), 773-781.
  90. Reid K, Hoareau TB, Bloomer P. 2012. High-throughput microsatellite marker development in two sparid species and verification of their transferability in the family Sparidae. Molecular Ecology Resources 12(4): 740-752.
  91. Ribbink AJ, Robberts MJ. 2006. African Coelacanth Ecosystem Programme: An overview of the conference contributions. South African Journal of Science 102: 409–415.
  92. Risi MM, Macdonald AHH. 2015 Possible synonymies of Zoanthus (Anthozoa: Hexacorallia) species on the east coast of South Africa with Pacific congeners. Systematics and Biodiversity 13(1): 93-103.
  93. Roberts MJ, Ribbink AJ,  Morris T, van den Berg MA, Engelbrecht DC, Harding RT. 2006. Oceanographic environment of the Sodwana Bay coelacanths (Latimeria chalumnae), South Africa. South African Journal of Science 102: 435–443.
  94. Roberts MJ, Ternon J-F, Morris T. 2014. Interaction of dipole eddies with the western continental slope of the Mozanbique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 54-67.
  95. Ruiz Sebastián CR, Sink KJ, McClanahan TR, Cowan DA. 2009. Bleaching response of corals and their Symbiodinium communities in southern Africa. Marine Biology 156: 2049-2062.
  96. Salzmann L, Green A, Cooper JAG. 2013. Submerged barrier shoreline sequences on a high energy, steep and narrow shelf. Marine Geology 346 (2013): 366-374.
  97. Samaai T, Gibbons MJ, Kerwath S, Yemane D, Sink K. 2010. Sponge richness along a bathymetry gradient within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa. Marine Biodiversity 40: 205–217.
  98. Saha NR, Ota T, LitmanGW, Hansen J, Parra Z, Hsu E, Buonocore F, Canapa A, Cheng J‐F, Amemiya CT. 2014. Genome complexity in the coelacanth is reflected in its adaptive immune system. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 322(6): 438-463.
  99. Scott LEP. 2006 Geographic Information System for the African Coelacanth Ecosystem Programme. South African Journal of Science 102: 475–478.
  100. Sink K, Boshoff W, Samaai T, Timm, PG, Kerwath SE. 2006. Observations of the habitats and biodiversity of the submarine canyons at Sodwana Bay. South African Journal of Science 102:466–474.
  101. Ternon JF, Bach P, Barlow R, Huggett J, Jaquemet S, Marsac F, Ménard F, Penven P, Porier M, Roberts MJ. 2014. The Mozambique Channel from physics to upper trophic levels. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 1-9.
  102. Ternon JF, Roberts MJ, Morris T, Hancke L, Backenberg B. 2014. In situ measured structures of the eddy field in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Research II 100: 10-26.
  103. Teske PR, Barker NP, McQuaid CD. 2007. Lack of genetic differentiation among four sympatric southeast African intertidal limpets (Siphonariidae): phenotypic plasticity in a single species? Journal of Molluscan Studies 73(3): 223–228.
  104. Teske PR, Froneman PW, Barker NP, McQuaid CD. 2007. Phylogeographic structure of the caridean shrimp Palaemon peringueyi in South Africa: further evidence for intraspecific genetic units associated with marine biogeographic provinces. African Journal of Marine Science, 29:2, 253–258.
  105. Teske PR, Papadopoulos I, McQuaid CD, Newman BK, Barker N. 2007. Climate change, genetics or human choice: why were the shells of mankind’s earliest ornament larger in the Pleistocene than in the Holocene? PLoS ONE 2(7): e614.
  106. Thornycroft RE, Booth AJ. 2012. Computer-aided identification of coelacanths, Latimeria chalumnae, using scale patterns. Marine Biology Research 8: 300–306.
  107. Uken R, Green AN. 2006. Coalacanth (Latimeria chalumnae) resting traces in a cave floor, Chaka Canyon, South Africa. South African Journal of Science 102: 474–475.
  108. van der Merwe M. 2010. The use of learning support materials in rural schools of Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Southern African Journal of Environmental Education27: 21–37.
  109. Vousden D, Scott L, Sauer W, Bornman TG, Ngoile M, Stapley J, Lutjeharms JRE. 2008. Establishing a basis for ecosystem management in the western Indian Ocean. South African Journal of Science 104: 417–420.
  110. Vousden DH, Stapely JR, Ngoile MAK, Sauer WHH, Scott LEP. 2012. Climate change and variability of the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystem in relation to socioeconomics and governance. Frontline Observation on Climate Change 17: 81–96.
  111. Wartenberg R, Booth AJ. 2014. Video transects are the most appropriate underwater visual census method for surveying high-latitude coral reef fish in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Marine Biodiversity
  112. Weidberg N, Porri F, Von der Meden CEO, Jackson JM, Goschen W, McQuaid CD. 2015. Mechanisms of nearshore retention and offshore export of mussel larvae over the Agulhas Bank. Journal of Marine Systems 144: 70-80.

 

 

 

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