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Who We Are

Knysna Basin Project is a scientifically based non-profit organisation focused on continued research in the Knysna Basin >>

Community Engagement

Knysna Basin Project aims to create and stimulate public and learner awareness and appreciation of the estuary >>

Public Involvement

Be part of an organization dedicated to the wellbeing of the Knysna Estuary, become a member of the Knysna Basin Project >>

 

Barnes R S K 2013. Spatial stability of macrobenthic seagrass biodiversity. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 493, 127-139.

Barnes R S K 2013. Distribution patterns of macrobenthic biodiversity in the intertidal seagrass beds of an estuarine system, and their conservation significance. Biodiversity and Conservation, 22, 357 - 372.

Barnes R S K & Ellwood M  2012. Spatial variation in the macrobenthic assemblages of intertidal seagrass along the long axis of an estuary. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science, 112, 173 - 182.

Barnes R S K & Ellwood M D F 2011. The significance of shore height in the intertidal macrobenthis seagrass ecology and conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 21: 614 – 624. (DOI10.1002/aqc.1234)
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Barnes R S K 2010. Spatial variation in abundance and diversity of the smaller surface and near-surface eelgrass-associated intertidal macrobenthos within a warm-temperate estuarine bay in the Garden Route National Park. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 20: 762 – 772 (DOI: 10.1002/aqc.1152}.
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Barnes R S K 2004 The distribution and habitat in the Knysna Estuary of the endemic South African mud snail, Hydrobia knysnaensis and the influence of intra-specfific competition and ambient salinity on its abundance. African Journal of Aquatic Science 29: 205 – 211
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Claassens, L. 2016. An artificial water body provides habitat for an endangered estuarine seahorse species.(2016). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2016.06.011

Hodgson A N, Booth A J, David-Engelbrecht V & Henninger T O 2014. Some life-history parameters of the non-native amphipod Platorchestia platensis (Talitridae) in a warm temperate South African estuary. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa. 69: 97-106.

Hodgson A N & Dickens J 2012. Activity of the mangrove snail Cerithidea decollata (Gastropoda: Potamididae) in a warm temperate South African estuary. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 109: 98-106.

Hodgson A N, Allanson B R & Cretchley R 2000. An estimation of the standing stock and population structure of Upogebia africana (Crustacea:Thalassinidae) in the Knysna Estuary. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 55: 187 – 196.

Lockyear J F, Hecht T, Kaiser H and Teske P R (2006).The distribution and abundance of the endangered Knysna seahorse Hippocampus capensis (Pisces:Syngnathidae) in South Africa estuaries. African Journal of Aquatic Science, 31 275 – 283.
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Pinchuck, S.A., Allanson, B.R.and Hodgson, A.N. 2015. Evolutionary retention of defensive lateral pedal glands in the smallest siphonariid limpet (Gastropoda: Pulmonata). African Zoology. 50 (4): 327-330.

Pinchuck S A, Allanson B R and Hodgson A N 2015. Evolutionary retention of defensive lateral pedal glands in the smallest siphonariid limpet (Gastropoda: Pulmonata). African Zoology. 50 (4): 327-330.

Pollard, M & Hodgson, A.N. 2016. Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mollusca: Bivalvia) in a warm-temperate South Africa estuarine embayment. African Journal of Aquatic Science 41: 57-65.

Pollard M & Hodgson A N 2016. Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mollusca: Bivalvia) in a warm-temperate South Africa estuarine embayment. African Journal of Aquatic Science 41: 57-65.

Teske P R, Cherry M I and Matthee C A (2003). The population genetics of the endangered Knysna seahorse, Hippocampus capensis. Molecular Biology 12, 1703 -1715. doi: 10.104/j.1365-294x.2003.0152.x

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