Max Thabiso Edkins
Max Thabiso Edkins
Climate Change Expert, World Bank Group
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Implications of life history for genetic structure and migration rates of southern African coastal invertebrates: planktonic, abbreviated and direct development
PR Teske, I Papadopoulos, GI Zardi, CD McQuaid, MT Edkins, CL Griffiths, ...
Marine Biology 152 (3), 697-711, 2007
972007
Baobabs and elephants in Kruger National Park: nowhere to hide
MT Edkins, LM Kruger, K Harris, JJ Midgley
African Journal of Ecology 46 (2), 119-125, 2008
832008
South Africa’s renewable energy policy roadmaps
MAX Edkins, A Marquard, H Winkler
Energy Research Centre (ERC), 2010
662010
Morphological and genetic analyses suggest that southern African crown crabs, Hymenosoma orbiculare, represent five distinct species
MT Edkins, PR Teske, I Papadopoulos, CL Griffiths
Crustaceana, 667-683, 2007
302007
Morphological and genetic analyses suggest that southern African crown crabs, Hymenosoma orbiculare, represent five distinct species
MT Edkins, PR Teske, I Papadopoulos, CL Griffiths
Crustaceana, 667-683, 2007
302007
Large-scale rollout of concentrating solar power in South Africa
M Edkins, H Winkler, A Marquard
Energy Research Centre (ERC), 2009
212009
Assessing the effectiveness of national solar and wind energy policies in South Africa
M Edkins, A Marquard, H Winkler
Energy Research Centre (ERC), 2010
192010
External cost of electricity generation: Contribution to the Integrated Resource Plan 2 for Electricity
M Edkins, H Winkler, A Marquard
Energy Research Centre (ERC), 2010
52010
Knowledge4Climate Action: Proceedings and Recommendations from Be The Movement
LJS M.T. Edkins, L. Grenna, C. Murphy, S. Palummo
World Bank Group, 2014
2014
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M Edkins, H Winkler, A Marquard
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