SALLnet – South African Limpopo Landscapes Network

SALLnet is an interdisciplinary research project asking, how the resilience of the multi-functional landscapes in southern Africa can be enhanced under the conditions of climate change.


SPACES II - Joint project South African Limpopo landscapes network - (SPACES II: SALLnet)

South African Limpopo Landscape Network; Subproject (TP) 1: Coordination, agricultural land use scenarios : sub-project-specific final report (Deutsch)

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New Springer Book published (Open access). Ecological Studies 248

Sustainability of Southern African Ecosystems under Global Change (English)

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Smart orchard design improves crop pollination

In their new research article, Mina Anders and colleagues compared the effects of agronomic practices, orchard design and landscape factors on macadamia nut production in South Africa.

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SALLnet Final Meeting and Stakeholder Day

The Sallnet Final Meeting was held in Tzaneen (Limpopo, South Africa) on 21-22 June 2022. Read more to find out what has been reported and discussed during this meeting.

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Policy brief on feed gaps and rangeland degradation

SALLnet scientists have developed a policy brief illustrating management practices to reduce feed gaps in smallholder farming systems under drought conditions.

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Policy brief on biological pest control in macadamia orchards

According to a policy brief developed by SALLnet scientists, retaining natural habitats significantly benefits natural pest control in macadamia orchards.

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A SALLnet representation joined the SPACES II Synthesis Meeting

From 14 to 16 June 2022, the final meeting of SPACES II took place on the Future Africa Campus of the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

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Research in SALLnet

What are the interacting effects of pollination and biological pest control on macadamia nut set? Mina Anders has presented the results of her research at the 5th SALLnet Seminar on 13 January.

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SALLnet workshop: Socio-ecological modeling for multi-functional landscapes

From the 6th to the 10th of December 2021, the SALLnet hosted a workshop entitled “Socio-ecological modeling for multi-functional landscapes“

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SALLnet: Modeling the multi-functionality of African savanna landscapes under global change

SALLnet has presented its overall approach in Land Degradation & Development. This paper also serves as a reference paper of the project.

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