The SANBI document library contains documents located in four places:
- Documents to download from this website. These are mostly pdfs.
- Documents to be found on other websites which relate to biodiversity. SANBI cannot guarantee the continued availability of these documents.
- Publication by SANBI staff which we may not display on our website for copyright reasons, but which may be obtained by emailing the staff member concerned.
- Documents which are not accessible online but we will provide some advice on how to access
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SANBI Biodiversity Series 19: Ensuring a future for SA frogsSANBI Biodiversity Series 19: Ensuring a future for South Africa's frogs: a strategy for conservation research.SANBI biodiversity seriesPublished 2011 by SANBI
© SANBIapplication/pdf 4.45 MB
Media release for VEGMAP 2006 bookMedia release for VEGMAP book, May 2007.GeneralHuntley B JPublished 2007 by SANBI
© SANBIapplication/pdf 84.56 KB
How to complete a CREW formThe document explains how the various CREW forms need to be completed, information required and reason for this information capture.(Source: SANBI)ResourcesPublished 2009 by sANBI
© SANBIapplication/msword 37.5 KB
CREW Species FormForm for CREW volunteers to complete with information about special species found.(Source: SANBI)ResourcesPublished 2009 by SANBI
© SANBIapplication/vnd.ms-excel 172 KB
CREW Site formForm for CREW volunteers to complete about the site they visited(Source: SANBI)ResourcesPublished 2009 by SANBI
© SANBIapplication/vnd.ms-excel 154 KB
CREW observation formObservation form for volunteers to complete when on a CREW fieldtrip(Source: SANBI)GeneralPublished 2009 by SANBI
© SANBIapplication/msword 28 KB
Herbivore-driven land degradation: consequences for plant diversity and soil in arid subtropical thicket in southeastern Africa.Publication arising from pilot study into the impacts of land degradation on biodiversity.(Source: Land Degradation & Development. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2181)Journal articlesPublished 2012 by land degradation & development
© John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
From Whitehill to WorcesterThe history of the Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden. Where it started, why it moved and what happened to the land at Whitehill after the Garden moved to Worcester.(Source: Veld & Flora Vol 92 (1) March)Journal articlesViljoen DPublished 2006 by Botanical Society
© Botanical Society of South Aficaapplication/pdf 3.87 MB
SANBI training commodity ListList of training services required by SANBISANBI corporate documentsPublished 2012 by SANBI
© SANBIapplication/vnd.ms-excel 81.5 KB
Nama-karoo veld types revisited: a numerical analysis of original Acocks’ field dataThis paper assesses Acocks’ veld types against a reclassification of his own data for the Nama-karoo using a suite of multivariate techniques.(Source: South African Journal of Botany 2003, 69: 1–10)Journal articlesPublished 2003 by South African Journal of Botany
© SAJBapplication/pdf 197.58 KB