Christo Fabricius
Christo Fabricius
WWF's Global Lead Scientist for Wildlife Conservation; and Professor Emeritus, Nelson Mandela
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TitleCited byYear
Powerless spectators, coping actors, and adaptive co-managers: a synthesis of the role of communities in ecosystem management
C Fabricius, C Folke, G Cundill, L Schultz
Ecology and Society 12 (1), 2007
2752007
Rights resources and rural development: community-based natural resource management in southern Africa
Routledge, 2004
252*2004
Measuring conditions and trends in ecosystem services at multiple scales: the Southern African Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (SAfMA) experience
AS Van Jaarsveld, R Biggs, RJ Scholes, E Bohensky, B Reyers, T Lynam, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 360 …, 2005
2022005
Monitoring in adaptive co-management: toward a learning based approach
G Cundill, C Fabricius
Journal of Environmental management 90 (11), 3205-3211, 2009
1822009
Nature supporting people: the Southern African Millennium Assessment
R Biggs, E Bohensky, PV Desanker, C Fabricius, T Lynam, AA Misselhorn, ...
CSIR, Pretoria, 2004
157*2004
Soft systems thinking and social learning for adaptive management
G Cundill, GS Cumming, D Biggs, C Fabricius
Conservation Biology 26 (1), 13-20, 2012
1442012
Assessing the effects of invasive alien species on rural livelihoods: case examples and a framework from South Africa
CM Shackleton, D McGarry, S Fourie, J Gambiza, SE Shackleton, ...
Human Ecology 35 (1), 113-127, 2007
1422007
Expert and generalist local knowledge about land-cover change on South Africa’s Wild Coast: can local ecological knowledge add value to science?
N Chalmers, C Fabricius
Ecology and Society 12 (1), 2007
1362007
The fundamentals of community-based natural resource management
C Fabricius
Rights Resources and Rural Development, 18-58, 2013
1342013
Monitoring the governance dimension of natural resource co-management
G Cundill, C Fabricius
Ecology and society 15 (1), 2010
1302010
Comparing biodiversity between protected areas and adjacent rangeland in xeric succulent thicket, South Africa: arthropods and reptiles
C Fabricius, M Burger, PAR Hockey
Journal of Applied Ecology 40 (2), 392-403, 2003
1142003
Foghorns to the future: using knowledge and transdisciplinarity to navigate complex systems
GNR Cundill, C Fabricius, N Marti
Ecology and Society 10 (2), 2005
942005
Do rural people really benefit from protected areas- rhetoric or reality?
E Barrow, C Fabricius
Parks 12 (2), 67-79, 2002
842002
The Influence of Forced Removals and Land Restitution
C Fabricius, C de Wet
Conservation and mobile indigenous peoples: displacement, forced settlement …, 2002
772002
Community-based natural resource management: governing the commons
C Fabricius, S Collins
Water Policy 9 (S2), 83-97, 2007
762007
Learning in adaptive management: insights from published practice
C Fabricius, G Cundill
Ecology and Society 19 (1), 2014
702014
Modelling with stakeholders to integrate biodiversity into land-use planning–Lessons learned in Réunion Island (Western Indian Ocean)
E Lagabrielle, A Botta, W Daré, D David, S Aubert, C Fabricius
Environmental modelling & software 25 (11), 1413-1427, 2010
692010
The value of avitourism for conservation and job creation-An analysis from South Africa
D Biggs, J Turpie, C Fabricius, A Spenceley
Conservation and Society 9, 80-90, 2011
662011
The rise, fall and potential resilience benefits of Jatropha in Southern Africa
G Von Maltitz, A Gasparatos, C Fabricius
Sustainability 6 (6), 3615-3643, 2014
592014
Mobilising knowledge for ecosystem assessments
C Fabricius, RJ Scholes, G Cundill
51*2006
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