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FACULTY OF NATURAL AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (NAS)
DEAN’S OFFICE
JOURNAL ARTICLES
Fouche I, van Dyk T, and Butler G. 2016. Impact measurement: towards creating a  exible evaluation design for academic literacy interventions. In Spil:Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics, 45, pp 109-145.
Hussaini N, Lubuma JM, Barley K, and Gumel A. 2016. Mathematical analysis of a model for AVL–HIV co-endemicity. In Mathematical Biosciences, 271, pp 80-95.
Pinto I, Lennard C, Tadross M, Hewitson B, Dosio A, Nikulin G, Panitz H, and Shongwe ME. 2016. Evaluation and projections of extreme precipitation over southern Africa from two CORDEX models. In Climatic Change, 135, pp 655-668.
van As J, Fouche I, and Immelman S. 2016. Academic Literacy for Science: A Starting Point for Recurriculation. In Journal for Language Teaching (SAALT Journal for Language Teaching), 50(2), pp 11-35.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, EXTENSION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
JOURNAL ARTICLES
Abtew A, Niassy S, A ognon H, Subramanian S, Kreiter S, Garzia G, and Martin T. 2016. Farmers’ knowledge and perception of grain legume pests and their management in the Eastern province of Kenya. In Crop Protection, 87, pp 90-97. Elsevier.
Adebola S, Abidoye BO, Ologe F, Adebola O, and Oyejola B. 2016. Health-related quality of life and its contributory factors in allergic rhinitis patients in Nigeria. In Auris Nasus Larynx, 43(2), pp 171-175.
Bouquet E, Anseeuw W, and Burnod P. 2016. La formalisation des droits  nciers en discoursUne comparaison des registres de justi cation en Afrique du Sud, au Mexique et à Madagascar. In Economie rurale, 6(8), pp 95-111.
Davis K, and Terblanche SE. 2016. Challenges facing the agricultural extension landscape in South Africa, Quo Vadis? In South African Journal of Agricultural Extension, 44(2), pp 231-247.
Gandidzanwa C, and Liebenberg GF. 2016. Towards a new capital formation series for machinery in South African argriculture. In Agrekon, 55(3), pp 216-236.
Gouse M, Sengupta D, Zambrano P, and Zepeda J. 2016. Genetically modi ed maize: less drudgery for her, more maize for him? Evidence from smallholder maize farmers in South Africa. In World Development, 83, pp 27-38.
Guérin-Schneider L, Pierre-Louis M, Bourblanc M, and Colon M. 2016. Y a-t-il un sens de’lhistoire dans les services d’eau? Un modéle post-évolutionniste. In Politiques et management public, 33(1), pp 5-25.
Hendriks SL, van der Merwe CH, Ngidi MC, Manyamba C, Mbele ME, McIntyre A, Mkandawire E, Molefe QN, Mphephu MQ, and Ngwane LS. 2016. What are we measuring? comparison of household food security indicators in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa. In Ecology Of Food And Nutrition, 55(2), pp 141-162. http://hdl.handle.net/2263/52561.
Jayne T, Chamberlin J, Traub L, Sitko N, Muyanga M, Yeboah F, Anseeuw W, Chapoto A, Wineman A, Nkonde C, and Kachule R. 2016. Africa’s changing farm size distribution patterns: the rise of medium-scale farms. In Agricultural Economics, 47(1), pp 197-214.
Kalaba MW, Sacolo TT, and Kirsten JF. 2016. Non-tari  measures a ecting agricultural trade in SADC. In Agrekon, 55(4), pp 377-410.
Kirsten JF, Machethe CL, Ndlovu TN, and Lubambo PT. 2016. Performance of land reform projects in the North West Province of South Africa: Changes over time and possible causes. In Development Southern Africa, 33(4), pp 442-458.
Louw A, and Jordaan DdPS. 2016. Supply chain risks and smallholder fresh produce farmers in the Gauteng province of South Africa. In Southern African Business Review, 20, pp 286-312.
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