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·     BARNES, JI. 1995. Economic analysis of community-based wildlife utilisation initiatives in Botswana. Development Southern Africa 12: 783-803.
·      BARNES, JI. 1996. Economic characteristics of demand for wildlife viewing tourism in Botswana. Development Southern Africa 13: 377-397.
·     BARNES, JI. 1996. Changes in the economic use value of elephant in Botswana: the effect of international trade prohibition. Ecological Economics 18: 215-230.
·      BARNES, JI. 1996. Economic analysis of exports of live ostrich and crocodile from Botswana. Development Southern Africa 13: 733-744.
·      BARNES, JI. 1998. Economic value of wilderness in Namibia. International Journal of Wilderness 4: 33-38.
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·      BROWN, CJ. 1993. The birds of Owambo, Namibia. Madoqua 18: 146-161.
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·      EVANS, MR & BARNARD, P. 1995. Variable sexual ornaments in scarlet-tufted malachite sunbirds (Nectarinia johnstoni) on Mount Kenya. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 54: 371-381.
·      FOX, VE, LINDEQUE, PM, SIMMONS RE, BERRY, HH, BRAIN, C & BRABY, R. 1997. Flamingo "rescue" in Etosha National Park, Namibia, 1994: technical, conservation and economic considerations. Ostrich 68: 71-75
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·      KIRSCHNER, C.H., SAKKO, A.L. & BARNES, J.I. 1999. An economic valuation of the Namibian recreational shore-angling fishery. South African Journal of Marine Science 22: 17-25.
·      KOMEN, J & BROWN, CJ. 1993. Food requirements and the timing of breeding of a Cape vulture colony. Ostrich 64: 86-92.
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·       LANGE, G-M. 1998. An approach to sustainable water management in southern Africa using natural resource accounts: the experience in Namibia. Ecological Economics 26(3): 299-311.
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·      ROBERTSON A & JARVIS AM (2000) Oxpeckers in north-eastern Namibia: recent population trends and the possible negative impacts of drought and fire. Biological Conservation, 92: 241-247
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·      SIMMONS, RE. 1996. Population declines, viable breeding areas and management options for flamingos in southern Africa. Conservation Biology 10: 504-514.
·      SIMMONS, RE & ALLAN DG. 2001. The Orange River avifauna: abundance, richness and comparisons. Ostrich (in press).
·      SIMMONS, RE & CORDES, I. 2000. Why is shorebird density so high in Walvis Bay? Delayed blooming and Benguela upwellings. (Abstract). South African Journal of Aquatic Science, 25
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·      SIMMONS, RE, STANDER, PE, BARNARD, P & COWLISHAW, G. 1997. Behavioural ecology in southern Africa. South African Journal of Science 93: 489-490.
·      SIMMONS, RE, BARNARD, P & JAMIESON, IG. 1998. What precipitates influxes of wetland birds to ephemeral pans in arid landscapes? Observations from Namibia. Ostrich, 70; 145-148.
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