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Dalu, T., Thackeray, Z., Leuci, R., Clegg, B., Chari, L.D. & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “First results on bathymetry, stratification and physiochemical limnology of a small tropical African reservoir (Malilangwe, Zimbabwe), Water SA, vol. 39, no.1, 119-129.
Dalu, T., Tambara, E.M., Chari, L.D., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “Modeling sedimentation rates of Malilangwe reservoir in the south-eastern lowveld of Zimbabwe”, Applied Water Science, vol. 3, no. 1, 133-144.
Capon, S.D., Leslie, A.J., Clegg, B. 2013, “The use of population viability analysis to identify possible factors contributing to the decline of a rare ungulate population in south-eastern Zimbabwe”, Koedoe, vol. 55, no. 1, 1-9.
Chigonda, T. 2017, “A kiss of life: Marrying ecology with local livelihoods on private protected lands”, National Journal of Advanced Research, vol 3, no. 3, 53-59.
Jacquier, M. & Woodfine, T. 2007, “A pilot GPS study on a single male cheetah in Zimbabwe”, Cat News, 47.
Tarugara, A., Clegg, B., Gandiwa, E. & Muphosi, V. 2019, “Cost-benefit analyses of increasing sampling effort in a baited-camera trap survey of an African leopard (Panthera pardus) population”, Global Ecology and Conservation.
Clegg, B. & O’Connor, T. 2017, “Determinants of seasonal changes in availability of food patches for elephants (Loxodonta africana) in a semi-arid African savanna”, PeerJ.
Tchakatumba, P., Gandiwa, E., Mwakiwa, E., Clegg, B & Nyasha, S. 2019, “Does the CAMPFIRE programme ensure economic benefits from wildlife to households in Zimbabwe?”, Ecosystems and People, vol 15, no.1, 119-135.
Tuytens, K., Vanschoenwinkel, B., Clegg, B. & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2015, “Exploring links between geology, hydroperiod, and diversity and distribution patterns of Anostracans and Notostracans (Branchiopodia) in a tropical savannah habitat in SE Zimbabwe”, Journal of Crustacean Biology, vol 35, no. 3, 309-318.
Clegg, B. & O’Connor, T. 2016, “Harvesting and chewing as constraints to forage consumption by the African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana)”, PeerJ.
Dalu, T., Nhiwatiwa, T., Clegg, B. & Barson, M. 2012, “Impact of Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus 1758 (Crustacea: Copepoda) almost a decade after initial parasitic outbreak in fish of Malilangwe Reservoir, Zimbabwe”, Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, vol 406, pp 3.
Dale, J., 2000, “Ornamental plumage does not signal male quality in red-billed queleas”, Proceedings of the Royal Society London, vol 267, 2143-2149.
Tarugara, A., Clegg, B., Gandiwa, E. Muposhi, V., & Wenham, C. 2019, “Measuring body dimensions of leopards (Panthera pardus) from camera trap photographs”, PeerJ.
Dalu, T., Clegg, B., Marufu, L., & Nhwatiwa, T. 2012, “The feeding habits of an introduced piscivore, Hydrocynus vittatus (Castlelnau 1861) in a small tropical African reservoir”, Pan-American Journal of Aquatic Sciences, vol 7, no. 2:85-92.
Stoeger, A. & Manger, P. 2014, “Vocal learning in elephants: neural bases and adaptive context”, Current Opinion in Neurobiology, vol 28, 101-107.
Ball, M., Wenham, C., Clegg, B., & Clegg, S. July 2018-2019, “What does it take to curtail rhino poaching? Lessons learned from twenty years of experience at Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, Zimbabwe” Pachyderm, no. 60.
Chigonda, T. 2017, “Protected areas and community costs: A comparative study of cases from Zimabwe”, National Journal of Advanced Research, vol 3, no. 3, 8-16.
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Barson, M., Mulonga, A., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2011, ``Investigation of a parasitic outbreak of Lernea cyprinacea Linnaeus (Crustacea: Copepoda) in fish from Zimbabwe``, African Zoology, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 1-9.
Clegg, S. B., Turnbull, P. C. B., Foggin, C. M., & Lindeque, P. M. 2007, ``Massive outbreak of anthrax in wildlife in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, Zimbabwe``, Veterinary Record, vol. 160, pp. 113-118.
Fahlman, Å., Loveridge, A., Wenham, C., Foggin, C., Arnemo, J., & Nyman, G. 2005, ``Reversible anaesthesia of free-ranging lions (Panthera leo) in Zimbabwe``, Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, vol. 76, no. 4, pp. 187-192.
Karsten, M., Jansen van Vuuren, B., Goodman, P., & Barnaud, A. 2011, ``The history and management of balck rhino in KwaZulu-Natal: a population genetic approach to assess the past and guide the future``, Animal Conservation, vol. 14, pp. 363-370.
O'Connor, T. G., Goodman, P. S., & Clegg, B. W. 2007, ``A functional hypothesis of the threat of local extirpation of woody plant species by elephant in Africa``, Biological Conservation, vol. 136, pp. 329-345.
Pearce, D. G. 2009, ``An introduction to the rock art of the Malilangwe Conservation Trust, southeastern Zimbabwe``, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 331-342.
Swan, L. 2007, ``Early iron manufacturing industries in semi-arid south-eastern Zimbabwe``, Journal of African Archaeology, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 315-338.
Thorp, C. 2009, ``Excavations at Hlamba Mlonga Hill, Malilangwe Trust, south-eastern Zimbabwe``, Journal of African Archaeology, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 191-218.
Traill, L. W. 2004, ``Seasonal utilization of habitat by large grazing herbivores in semi-arid Zimbabwe``, South African Journal of Wildlife Research, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 13-24.
Vanschoenwinkel, B., Waterkeyn, A., Nhiwatiwa, T., Pinceel, T., Spooren, E., Geerts, A., Clegg, B., & Brendonck, L. 2011, ``Passive external transport of freshwater invertebrates by elephant and other mud-wallowing mammals in an African savannah habitat``, Fresh Water Biology, vol. 56, no. 8, pp. 1606-1619.
Wood, M. 2009, ``The glass beads from Hlamba Mlonga, Zimbabwe: classification, context and interpretation``, Journal of African Archaeology, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 219-238.
Clegg,B.W. & O’Connor,T.G. 2012, “The vegetation of Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, south-eastern Zimabwe”, African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 29:3, 109-131.
Dalu, T., Moyo, S., Clegg, B., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “Stratification, diel and seasonal energy transfers in Malilangwe Reservoir in the south-eastern lowveld of Zimbabwe”, Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management, vol. 18, 285-296.
Dalu, T., Clegg, B., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “Temporal variation of the plankton communities in a small tropical reservoir (Malilangwe, Zimbabwe)”, Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, vol. 68, no. 2, 85-96.
Dalu, T., Clegg, B., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “Application of the Lake Habitat Survey method on the tropical Malilangwe reservoir, south-eastern lowveld, Zimbabwe”, African Journal of Aquatic Science, vol. 38, no. 1, 21-34.
Dalu, T., Clegg, B., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “A study of the icthyofauna of a small tropical reservoir, south-eastern lowveld, Zimbabwe”, African Journal of Aquatic Science, Supplement 1, 105-113.
Dalu, T., Clegg, B., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2013, “Length-weight relationships and condition factors of six fish species caught using gill nets in a tropical African reservoir, Zimbabwe”, Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, vol. 68, no. 1, 75-79.
Clegg, B., Wenham, C., Clegg, S., & Hywood, L. 2013, “The re-introduction of Lichtenstein’s hartebeest to Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, south-eastern Zimbabwe”, Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2013. Further case studies from around the globe, 148.
Thorp, C. 2010, “Induna Cave, southeastern Zimbabwe: a ‘contact period’ assemblage in a changing social landscape”, Southern African Humanities, vol 22, 113-147.
Dalu, T. et. al. 2015, “An assessment of chlorophyll-a concentration spatio-temporal variation using Landsat satellite data, in a small tropical reservoir”, Geocarto International, 1-14.
Dalu, T., Clegg, B., & Nhiwatiwa, T. 2012, “Aquatic macrophytes in a tropical African reservoir: diversity, communities and impact of reservoir level fluctuations”, Transaction of The Royal Society of South Africa, vol 67, no. 3, 117-125.
Dalu, T. & Wasserman, R.J. 2018, “Cyanobacteria dynamics in a small tropical reservoir: Understanding spatio-temporal variability and influence of environmental variables”, Science of The Total Environment.
Nhiwatiwa, T., Dalu, T. & Brendonck, L. 2017, “Impact of irrigation based sugarcane cultivation on the Chiredzi and Runde Rivers quality, Zimbabwe”, Science of The Total Environment, vol 587-588, 316-325.
Chawanji, A.S., Hodgson, A.N., Villet, M.H., Sanborn, A.F. & Phillips, P.K., “Spermiogenesis in three species of cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae)”, Acta Zoologica, vol 88, issue 4, 337-348.
Wenger, S., Boardman, W., Buss, P., Govender, D. & Foggin, C. 2007, “The cardiopulmonary effects of etorphine, azaperone, detomidine, and butorphanol in field-anesthetized white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum)”, Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, vol 38, no. 3, 380-387.
Traill, L. & Bigalke, R. 2006, “A presence-only habitat suitability model for large grazing African ungulates and its utility for wildlife management”, African Journal of Ecology, vol 45, 347-354.
Paglia, D. & Radcliffe, R. 2000, “Anthracycline cardiotoxicity in a black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis): Evidence for impaired antioxidant capacity compounded by iron overload”, Veterinary Pathology, vol 37, 86-88.
Pelham, M. 1998, “Quelea harvesting in the Malilangwe Conservancy”, Honey guide.
Chawanji, A., Hodgson, A. & Villet, M. 2006, “Sperm morphology in five species of cicadettine cicadas (Hemiptera:Cicadomorpha: Cicadidae)”, Tissue and Cell, vol 38, issue 6, 373-388.