Also publishes as (Charlie M. Shackleton, Sheona Shackleton, S. Shackleton)
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Shackleton, Sheona, Shackleton, Charlie, Wynberg, Rachel, Sullivan, Caroline, Leakey, Roger, Mander, Myles, McHardy, Tania, den Adel, Saskia, Botelle, Andy, du Plesis, Pierre, Lombard, Cyril, Laird, Sarah, Cunningham, Tony, and O'Regan, Dermot (2009) Livelihood trade-offs in the commercialisation of multiple-use NTFP: lessons from marula (Sclerocarya birrea subsp. caffra) in southern Africa. In: Shaanker, R. Uma, Hiremath, Ankila J, Joseph, Gladwin C., and Rai, Nitin D., (eds.) Non-Timber Forest Products: conservation, management and policy in the tropics. Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), Bangalore, India, pp. 139-173.
Leakey, Roger, Shackleton, Sheona, and du Plessis, Pierre (2005) Domestication potential of Marula (Sclerocarya birrea subsp. caffra) in South Africa and Namibia: 1. Phenotypic variation in fruit traits. Agroforestry Systems, 64 (1). pp. 25-35.
Leakey, Roger R.B., Tchoundjeu, Zacharie, Schreckenberg, Kathrin, Shackleton, Sheona E., and Shackleton, Charlie M. (2005) Agroforestry Tree Products (AFTPs): targeting poverty reduction and enhanced livelihoods. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 3 (1). pp. 1-23.
Shackleton, Sheona, Shackleton, Charlie, Mander, Myles, Wynberg, Rachel, Sullivan, Caroline, and Leakey, Roger (2003) Diversifying communal rangeland use and benefits: the case of Marula (Sclerocarya birrea) in Bushbuckridge, South Africa. In: Proceedings of VII International Rangeland Congress, pp. 1-7. From: International Rangeland Congress: Rangelands in the new millenium, 26 July - 1 August 2003, Durban, South Africa.
Wynberg, R., Cribbins, J., Leakey, R.R.B., Lombard, C., Mander, M., Shackleton, S., and Sullivan, C.A. (2002) Knowledge on Sclerocarya birrea subsp. caffra with emphasis on its importance as a non-timber forest product in South and southern Africa: a summary. Part 2: commercial use, tenur and policy, domestication, intellectual property rights and benefit-sharing. Southern African Forestry Journal, 196. pp. 67-77.