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Refereed Publications
1) Birkhofer, K., Henschel, . and S. Scheu. -pattern analysis in a territorial spider: evidence for multi-scale effects. Ecography 29: 641-648.
2) Birkhofer, K., Scheu, S. and . Henschel. 2006. Does territorial behaviour in the desert-living spider Leucorchestris arenicola Lawrence ( Araneae: Sparassidae ) affect its spatial distribution? Bulletin of the British arachnological Society 13: 341-346.
3) Bristow, ., Lancaster, N. and . Duller. 2005. Combining ground penetrating radar surveys and optical dating to determine dune migration in Namibia. Journal of the Geological Society, London 162: 315-321.
4) Getzin, S. 2005. The suitability of the degradation gradient method in arid Namibia. African Journal of Ecology 43: 340-351.
5) Henschel, . life and livelihood along an ephemeral river. Geographische Rundschau International Edition 2: 28-33.
6) Henschel, ., Pallett, J., Berry, C., Griffin, M., Hachfeld, B., Makuti, O. and . Seely. of the flora and vertebrates of Gobabeb. Journal of the Namibia Scientific Society 54: 31-58.
7) Lalley, . and . Viles. 2006. Do vehicle track disturbances affect the productivity of soil-growing lichens in a fog desert? Functional Ecology 20: 548-556.
8) Lalley, ., Viles, ., Henschel, . and V. Lalley. 2006. Lichen-dominated soil crusts as arthropod habitat in warm deserts. Journal of Arid Environments 67: 579-593.
9) Lange, J. 2005. Dynamics of transmission losses in a large arid stream channel. Journal of Hydrology 306: 112-126.
10) Norgaard, T. 2005. Nocturnal navigation in Leucorchestris arenicola ( Araneae, Sparassidae ). The Journal of Arachnology 33: 533-540.
11) Norgaard, T. 2006. The night-time temporal window of locomotor activity in the Namib Desert long-distance wandering spider Leucorchestris arenicola . Journal of Comparative Physiology A. doi: /s00359-005-0072-7: 69-82.
12) Norgaard, T., Henschel, . and R. Wehner. 2006. Tracking the Namib Desert spider Leucorchestris arenicola – reading the story in the sand. Senckenbergiana Biologica 86(2): 211-218.
13) Seely, M., Henschel, . and . Hamilton III. 2005. Long-term data show behavioural fog collection adaptations determine Namib Desert beetle abundance. South African Journal of Science 101: 570-572.
14) Ulbrich, K. and . Henschel. 2006. Modelling reproductive strategies in social spiders Stegodyphus dumicola  Pocock ( Araneae: Eresidae ). Journal of the Namibia Scientific Society 54: 5-17.
15) VanderPost, C., Ringrose, S. and M. Seely. 2005. Preliminary land-use and land-cover mapping in the Upper Okavango Basin and implications for the Okavango Delta. Botswana Notes & Records 37: 236-252.
16) Verlinden, A. and R. Laamanen. 2006. Modeling woody vegetation resources using Landsat TM imagery in northern Namibia. Southern African Forestry Journal. Issue No. 207: 27-39.
17) Verlinden, A., Seely, . and A. Hillyer. 2006. Settlement, trees and termites in central north Namibia: a case on indigenous resource management. Journal of Arid Environments 66: 307-335.

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