Publications by: David H.M. Cumming

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Cumming, David H.M., and Cumming, Graeme S, (2015) One Health: an ecological and conservation perspective. In: Zinsstag, Jakob, Schelling, Esther, Waltner-Toews, David, Whittaker, Maxine, and Tanner, Marcel, (eds.) One Health: the theory and practice of integrated health approaches. CABI International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 38-52.

Joseph, Grant S., Makumbe, Milton, Seymour, Colleen L., Cumming, Graeme S., Mahlangu, Zacheus, and Cumming, David H.M. (2015) Termite mounds mitigate against 50 years of herbivore-induced reduction of functional diversity of savanna woody plants. Landscape Ecology, 30 (10). pp. 2161-2174.

Cumming, Graeme S., Allen, Craig R., Ban, Natalie C., Biggs, Duan, Biggs, Harry C., Cumming, David H.M., De Vos, Alta, Epstein, Graham, Etienne, Michel, Maciejewski, Kristine, Mathevet, Raphael, Moore, Christine, Nenadovic, Mateja, and Schoon, Michael (2015) Understanding protected area resilience: a multi-scale, social-ecological approach. Ecological Applications, 25 (2). pp. 299-319.

Seymour, C.L., Milewski, A.V., Mills, A.J., Joseph, G.S., Cumming, G.S., Cumming, D.H.M., and Mahlangu, Z. (2014) Do the large termite mounds of Macrotermes concentrate micronutrients in addition to macronutrients in nutrient-poor African savannas? Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 68. pp. 95-105.

Joseph, Grant S., Seymour, Colleen L., Cumming, Graeme S., Cumming, David H.M., and Mahlangu, Zacheus (2014) Termite mounds increase functional diversity of woody plants in African savannas. Ecosystems, 17 (5). pp. 808-819.

Joseph, Grant S., Seymour, Colleen L., Cumming, Graeme S., Mahlangu, Zacheus, and Cumming, David H.M. (2013) Escaping the flames: large termitaria as refugia from fire in miombo woodland. Landscape Ecology, 28 (8). pp. 1505-1516.

Joseph, Grant S., Seymour, Colleen L., Cumming, Graeme S., Cumming, David H.M., and Mahlangu, Zacheus (2013) Termite mounds as islands: woody plant assemblages relative to termitarium size and soil properties. Journal of Vegetation Science, 24 (4). pp. 702-711.

Joseph, Grant S., Cumming, Graeme S., Cumming, David H.M., Mahlangu, Zacheus, Altwegg, Res, and Seymour, Colleen L. (2011) Large termitaria act as refugia for tall trees, deadwood and cavity-using birds in a miombo woodland. Landscape Ecology, 26 (3). pp. 439-448.

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