Edmund Carl February
Edmund Carl February
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Determinants of woody cover in African savannas
M Sankaran, NP Hanan, RJ Scholes, J Ratnam, DJ Augustine, BS Cade, ...
Nature 438 (7069), 846-849, 2005
17742005
Effects of four decades of fire manipulation on woody vegetation structure in savanna
SI Higgins, WJ Bond, EC February, A Bronn, DIW Euston-Brown, B Enslin, ...
Ecology 88 (5), 1119-1125, 2007
4862007
Diverse functional responses to drought in a Mediterranean‐type shrubland in South Africa
AG West, TE Dawson, EC February, GF Midgley, WJ Bond, TL Aston
New Phytologist 195 (2), 396-407, 2012
2172012
Influence of competition and rainfall manipulation on the growth responses of savanna trees and grasses
EC February, SI Higgins, WJ Bond, L Swemmer
Ecology 94 (5), 1155-1164, 2013
1732013
The distribution of tree and grass roots in savannas in relation to soil nitrogen and water
EC February, SI Higgins
South African Journal of Botany 76 (3), 517-523, 2010
1542010
A depth‐controlled tracer technique measures vertical, horizontal and temporal patterns of water use by trees and grasses in a subtropical savanna
A Kulmatiski, KH Beard, RJT Verweij, EC February
New Phytologist 188 (1), 199-209, 2010
1242010
Spatial analysis of hydrogen and oxygen stable isotopes (“isoscapes”) in ground water and tap water across South Africa
AG West, EC February, GJ Bowen
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 145, 213-222, 2014
1182014
Frequent fire affects soil nitrogen and carbon in an African savanna by changing woody cover
C Coetsee, WJ Bond, EC February
Oecologia 162 (4), 1027-1034, 2010
952010
Is there a temporal niche separation in the leaf phenology of savanna trees and grasses?
SI Higgins, MD Delgado‐Cartay, EC February, HJ Combrink
Journal of Biogeography 38 (11), 2165-2175, 2011
732011
Relationships between water availability and selected vessel characteristics in Eucalyptus grandis and two hybrids
EC February, WD Stock, WJ Bond, DJ Le Roux
IAWA journal 16 (3), 269-276, 1995
651995
Declining trend in the 13C/12C ratio of atmospheric carbon dioxide from tree rings of South African Widdringtonia cedarbergensis
EC February, WD Stock
Quaternary Research 52 (2), 229-236, 1999
641999
A previously undescribed organic residue sheds light on heat treatment in the Middle Stone Age
P Schmidt, G Porraz, L Bellot-Gurlet, E February, B Ligouis, C Paris, ...
Journal of human evolution 85, 22-34, 2015
632015
Impact of Prosopis invasion on a keystone tree species in the Kalahari Desert
K Schachtschneider, EC February
Plant Ecology 214 (4), 597-605, 2013
622013
Xylem Hydraulic Characteristics, Water Relations and Wood Anatomy of the Resurrection Plant Myrothamnus flabellifolius Welw.
HW Sherwin, NW Pammenter, ED February, C Vander Willigen, ...
Annals of Botany 81 (4), 567-575, 1998
621998
Which traits determine shifts in the abundance of tree species in a fire‐prone savanna?
SI Higgins, WJ Bond, H Combrink, JM Craine, EC February, N Govender, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (6), 1400-1410, 2012
542012
Tree distribution on a steep environmental gradient in an arid savanna
EC February, SI Higgins, R Newton, AG West
Journal of Biogeography 34 (2), 270-278, 2007
512007
Archaeological charcoals as indicators of vegetation change and human fuel choice in the late Holocene at Elands Bay, western Cape Province, South Africa
E February
Journal of Archaeological Science 19 (3), 347-354, 1992
451992
The relationship between fog, floods, groundwater and tree growth along the lower Kuiseb River in the hyperarid Namib
K Schachtschneider, EC February
Journal of Arid Environments 74 (12), 1632-1637, 2010
442010
Archaeological charcoal and dendrochronology to reconstruct past environments of southern Africa.
EC February
South African Journal of Science 96 (3), 2000
392000
Non rainfall moisture interception by dwarf succulents and their relative abundance in an inland arid South African ecosystem
I Matimati, CF Musil, L Raitt, E February
Ecohydrology 6 (5), 818-825, 2013
362013
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