Natalie Haussmann
Natalie Haussmann
Senior Lecturer, University of Pretoria
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Characteristic straight-chain lipid ratios as a quick method to assess past forest–páramo transitions in the Ecuadorian Andes
B Jansen, NS Haussmann, FH Tonneijck, JM Verstraten, P de Voogt
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 262 (3-4), 129-139, 2008
Contrasting nurse plants and nurse rocks: the spatial distribution of seedlings of two sub-Antarctic species
NS Haussmann, MA McGeoch, JC Boelhouwers
Acta Oecologica 36 (3), 299-305, 2010
Soil movement by burrowing mammals: A review comparing excavation size and rate to body mass of excavators
NS Haussmann
Progress in Physical Geography 41 (1), 29-45, 2017
Fur seal populations facilitate establishment of exotic vascular plants
NS Haussmann, EM Rudolph, JM Kalwij, T McIntyre
Biological Conservation 162, 33-40, 2013
Interactions between a cushion plant (Azorella selago) and surface sediment transport on sub-Antarctic Marion Island
NS Haussmann, MA McGeoch, JC Boelhouwers
Geomorphology 107 (3-4), 139-148, 2009
Fine scale variability in soil frost dynamics surrounding cushions of the dominant vascular plant species (azorella selago) on sub‐antarctic marion island
NS Haussmann, JC Boelhouwers, MA McGEOCH
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 91 (4), 257-268, 2009
Referencing practices in physical geography: How well do we cite what we write?
NS Haussmann, T McIntyre, AJ Bumby, MJ Loubser
Progress in Physical Geography 37 (4), 543-549, 2013
Mammal burrowing in discrete landscape patches further increases soil and vegetation heterogeneity in an arid environment
MA Louw, PC Le Roux, E Meyer-Milne, NS Haussmann
Journal of Arid Environments 141, 68-75, 2017
Ecosystem engineering through aardvark (Orycteropus afer) burrowing: Mechanisms and effects
NS Haussmann, MA Louw, S Lewis, KJH Nicol, S Van der Merwe, ...
Ecological Engineering 118, 66-72, 2018
Some ecological side-effects of chemical and physical bush clearing in a southern African rangeland ecosystem
NS Haussmann, JM Kalwij, S Bezuidenhout
South African Journal of Botany 102, 234-239, 2016
Biogeomorphology: understanding different research approaches
NS Haussmann
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (1), 136-138, 2011
Testing for consistency in the impacts of a burrowing ecosystem engineer on soil and vegetation characteristics across biomes
MA Louw, NS Haussmann, PC Le Roux
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
Earth science research on Marion Island (1996–2020): a synthesis and new findings
W Nel, JC Boelhouwers, CJ Borg, JH Cotrina, CD Hansen, ...
South African Geographical Journal 103 (1), 22-42, 2021
Spatial association of lemming burrows with landforms in the Swedish subarctic mountains: implications for periglacial feature stability
PC Le Roux, J Boelhouwers, JK Davis, NS Haussmann, EJ Jantze, ...
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43 (2), 223-228, 2011
Restoration potential of invaded abandoned agricultural fields: what does the seed bank tell us?
NS Haussmann, C Delport, V Kakembo, KK Mashiane, PC le Roux
Restoration Ecology 27 (4), 813-820, 2019
10Be application to soil development on Marion Island, southern Indian Ocean
N Haussmann, A Aldahan, J Boelhouwers, G Possnert
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 2010
Declining citation accuracy in polar research
T McIntyre, NS Haussmann
Polar Record 57, 2021
Understanding the relationship between farmers and burrowing mammals on South African farms: are burrowers friends or foes?
IB Foster, T McIntyre, NS Haussmann
Agriculture and Human Values 36 (4), 719-731, 2019
Mammal road‐type associations in Kruger National Park, South Africa: Common mammals do not avoid tar roads more than dirt roads
M Malherbe, T McIntyre, TV Hattingh, PM Leresche, NS Haussmann
Ecology and evolution 11 (22), 15622-15629, 2021
Seed trapping or a nurse effect? Disentangling the drivers of fine-scale plant species association patterns in a windy environment
CA Gouws, NS Haussmann, PC le Roux
Polar Biology 44 (8), 1619-1628, 2021
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