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2006Securing protected areas in the face of climate change: lessons learned from the South African Cape Floristic Region.Bomhard, B; Midgley, G F
2005The impacts of climate change on Aloe dichotoma (the kokerboom): implications for the conservation and management of threatened plants.Foden, W; Midgley, G F; Hughes, G O; Thuiller, W; Bishop, J; Bond, W J; Hoffman, M T; Kaleme, P; Rebelo, P; Hannah, L
2007A changing climate is eroding the geographical range of the Namib Desert tree aloe through population declines and dispersal lags.Foden, W; Midgley, G F; Hughes, G; Bond, W J; Thuiller, W; Hoffman, M T; Kaleme, P; Underhill, L G; Rebelo, A G; Hannah, L
2007PDEMR modelling of Protea species in the population size 1 to 10, in the Cape Floristic Region from 1992 to 2002, South Africa.Guo, D; Guo, R; Midgley, G F; Rebelo, A G
2007PDEMR model in rare protea count prediction.Guo, R; Guo, D; Midgley, G F; Rebelo, A G
2005The view from the Cape: extinction risk, protected areas, and climate change.Hannah, L; Midgley, G F; Hughes, G O; Bomhard, B
2006Migration rate limitations on climate change-induced range shifts in Cape Proteaceae.Midgley, G F; Hughes, G O; Thuiller, W; Rebelo, A G
2008Diversity and species turnover on an altitudinal gradient in Western Cape, South Africa: baseline data for monitoring range shifts in response to climate change.Agenbag, L; Esler, K J; Midgley, G F; Boucher, C
2005Forecasting regional to global plant migration in response to climate change: challenges and directions.Neilson, R P; Pitelka, L F; Solomon, A; Nathan, R; Midgley, G F; Fragoso, J; Lische, H; Thompson, K
2004Relating plant traits and species distributions along bioclimatic gradients for 88 Leucadendron species in the Cape Floristic Region.Thulller, W; Lavorel, S; Midgley, G F; Lavergne, S; Rebelo, A G