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Mbendana, B. (2020) Exploring bush encroachment in the Woodbush Granite Grassland, Haenertsburg Nature Reserve using Landsat datasets to map land cover/land use change. Honours research report. University of the Witwatersrand.
Mfisa, M. (2020) Responses of plant species cover to rainfall variability in a critically endangered South African grassland. Honours research report. North-West University.
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Mutileni, N. G. (2016) Veld management strategies for the endangered Woodbush Granite Grasslands, Limpopo province, South Africa. Honours research report. University of Limpopo.
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The Haenertsburg NR Observatory has supported 3 Honours (completed), 2 MSc (completed) and 1 PhD (current) research projects.