Books, book chapters and conference proceeding

·      ASHLEY, C. 1995. Summary report, Community-based Tourism Enterprise Workshop, organised by Ministry of Environment & Tourism and WWF-LIFE Programme. Costas Christ, World Learning, April 1995, 22 pp + appendices.
·      ASHLEY, C. 1995. Eco-tourism in Namibia: considerations for environmentally and socially responsible travel. Summary report of a workshop, Midgaard, Namibia, May 1995. Costas Christ, World Learning, 26 pp.
·      ASHLEY, C & BARNES, J. 1996. Wildlife use for economic gain: the potential for wildlife to contribute to development in Namibia. In: Smith, FDM (ed). Environmental sustainability: practical global implications. St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, Florida, USA. pp. 163-191.
·      BARNARD, P. 1997a-i. Species accounts: common waxbill Estrilda astrild, blackcheeked waxbill E. erythronotos, Cinderella waxbill E. thomensis, pintailed whydah Vidua macroura, shafttailed whydah V. regia, paradise whydah V. paradisaea, black widowfinch V. funerea, purple widowfinch V. purpurascens, steelblue widowfinch V. chalybeata. In: Harrison, JA, Allan, DG, Underhill, LG, Herremans, M, Tree, AJ, Parker, V & Brown, CJ (eds.). The atlas of southern African birds, Vol. 2, passerines. BirdLife South Africa, Johannesburg.
·      BARNARD, P & HERREMANS, M. 1997a-d. Species accounts: melba finch Pytilia melba, blue waxbill Uraeginthus angolensis, violeteared waxbill U. granatinus, swee waxbill Estrilda melanotis. In: Harrison, JA, Allan, DG, Underhill, LG, Herremans, M, Tree, AJ, Parker, V & Brown, CJ (eds.). The atlas of southern African birds, Vol. 2, passerines. BirdLife South Africa, Johannesburg.
·      BARNARD, P (ed). 1998. Biological diversity in Namibia - a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek, 332 pp.
·      BARNARD, P. 1998. Variability in the mating systems of parasitic birds. In: Rothstein, SI & Robinson, SK (eds). Parasitic birds and their hosts: studies in co-evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 339-353.
·      BARNARD, P (coordinator). 1998. Overview of Namibia and its biological diversity. In: BARNARD, P (ed). Biological diversity in Namibia -- a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek. pp. 15-55.
·      BARNARD, P, BETHUNE, S & KOLBERG, HH (coordinators). 1998. Biodiversity of terrestrial and freshwater habitats. In: BARNARD, P (ed). Biological diversity in Namibia -- a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek. pp. 57-187.
·      BARNES, JI. 1993. The economic and ecological characteristics of livestock and wildlife utilisation in Africa. Proceedings of the 17th International Grassland Conference, Palmerston North, Hamilton and Lincoln, New Zealand, and Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, February 1993. pp. 2085-2091.
·      BARNES, JI. 1994. The economic and ecological characteristics of livestock and wildlife utilisation in Africa. In: Baker, MJ (ed). Grasslands for our world. SIR Publishing, Wellington, New Zealand. pp. 784-790.
·      BARNES, JI. 1994. Alternative uses for natural resources in Botswana: wildlife utilisation. In: Brothers, S, Hermans, J and Nteta, D (eds). Botswana in the 21st century. The Botswana Society, Gaborone, Botswana. 323-336.
·      BARNES, JI. 1995. Some economic values for consumptive use of wild living resources in Namibia and Botswana. Proceedings of a One-Day Symposium: Conservation of southern Africa's wild living resources -- exploitation, sustainability and ethics. University of Cape Town, South Africa, May 1995. pp. 13-16.
·      BARNES, JI. 1998. Economic analysis of land use alternatives. Paper for the Conservation International, Regional Workshop on Fences. Maun, Botswana, July 1998. 13 pp.
·      BARNES. J.I. 1998. Economic influences on elephant management in southern Africa. Proceedings from the Workshop on Cooperative Regional Wildlife Management in Southern Africa, University of California, Davis, California, USA, August 13-14 1998. 1-20.
·      BARNES, JI & KALIKAWE, MC. 1994. Game ranching in Botswana: constraints and prospects. In: van Hoven, W, Ebedes, H and Conroy, A (eds.). Wildlife ranching: a celebration of diversity. South African Game Organisation, Pretoria, South Africa. pp. 245-252.
·      BARNES, JI & MUIR-LERESCHE, K. 1996. Economics of wildlife utilization. In: Roth, HH & Merz, G (eds). Wildlife resources: a global account of economic use. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany. pp. 52-62.
·      BROWN, CJ. 1993. Land as a factor in poverty alleviation in Namibia: environmental considerations. In: Anon (ed). Land as a factor in poverty alleviation. Ministry of Lands, Resettlement and Rehabilitation, Windhoek. pp. 72-100.
·     BROWN, CJ & BARNARD, P (coordinators). 1998. Future priorities, research needs and actions. In: BARNARD, P (ed). Biological diversity in Namibia -- a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek. pp. 299-305.
·      DEA / DRFN (eds). 1994. Proceedings of Namibia's National Workshop to Combat Desertification. Desert Research Foundation of Namibia, Windhoek. 214 pp.
·      DE KLERK, J.N. 2003. Bush encroachment in Namibia. Report on phase 1 of the bush encroachment research, monitoring and management project. Ministry of Environment and Tourism. 255 p.
·      FIGUEIRA, MJ. 1998. Integrated pollution control and waste management legislation: Workshop Proceedings, 12 and 13 August 1998. Ministry of Environment and Tourism.
·      GLAZEWSKI, JI. 1995. Country/ region reports: Namibia 1994. Yearbook of International Environmental Law. Oxford University Press, Oxford. pp. 448-452.
·      GLAZEWSKI, JI, KANGUEEHI, N & FIGUEIRA, M. 1998. Legal approaches to protecting biodiversity in Namibia. In: BARNARD, P (ed). Biological diversity in Namibia -- a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek. pp. 279-297.
·      GLAZEWSKI, JI & TARR, PW. 1996. Proceedings of an environmental assessment legislation workshop. Ministry of Environment & Tourism, November, 1995, 42 pp.
·      JONES, BTB. 1993. People, parks and biodiversity: challenges for Namibia. Paper presented at the workshop Science as a facilitator for maximising the preservation of biological diversity in national parks and other nature reserves. Desert Ecological Research Unit of Namibia, Gobabeb.
·      JONES, BTB. 1994. Community-based natural resource management. In: DEA / DRFN (eds). Proceedings of Namibia's National Workshop to Combat Desertification. Desert Research Foundation of Namibia, Windhoek. pp. 82-88.
·      LANGE, G-M. 1998. Natural resource accounting in Namibia: representing depletion and degradation of water, land, and biodiversity in physical terms. In: Bartelmus, P., Stahmer, C. and Uno, K. (Eds) Environmental accounting in theory and practice. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Holland. 171-186.
·      LANGE, G-M. 2001. Fisheries accounting in Namibia. In: Perrings, C. and Vincent, J. (Eds) Natural resource accounting and economic development: theory and practice. Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK. (in press) 23pp.
·      LANGE, G-M. 2001. Designing a sustainable future with natural resource accounts: the experience in Namibia and implications for southern Africa. In: Bartelmus, P. and Safonov, P. (Eds) Integrating environment and economy: accounting, policy, and business. Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK. (in press) 43pp.
·     LANGE, G-M. 2001. Natural resource accounts as a tool for sustainability in Namibia. In: Köhn, J., Gowdy, J. and van der Straaten, J. (Eds) Sustainability in action: sectoral and regional case studies. Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK. (in press) 21pp.
·     LANGE, G-M., BLIGNAUT, J. & HASSAN R.M. 2001. Natural resource accounts for minerals: a southern African country comparison. In: Perrings, C. and Vincent, J. (Eds) Natural resource accounting and economic development: theory and practice. Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK. (in press) 27pp.
·     LONG, S.A. 2004. (ed). Livelihoods and CBNRM in Namibia: The findings of the WILD Project.
Prepared for the DEA and DPWM Directorates of the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism. 289 pp.
·      MacGREGOR, J. & J. STAGE (2002): Environmental accounting as a tool for policy analysis - examples from Namibia. In G. Milne, ed., Environmental Economics and Natural Resource Policy Analysis: Training Manual for the Forum for Economics and the Environment (FEE) 196 – 203. Pretoria: Forum for Economics and the Environment.
·      MENDELSOHN, JM. 1997. Education management and administration, and the use of geographical information systems. UNESCO, Paris, 76 pp.
·       MENDELSOHN, JM & ROBERTS, CS. 1997. An environmental profile and atlas of Caprivi. Directorate of Environmental Affairs, Windhoek, 50 pp.
·       Ministry of Environment and Tourism. 2005. Namibia`s Third National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBO).
Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force. Windhoek, Namibia.
·      MOLLOY F. & REINIKAINEN T. (Eds) 2003.  Namibia`s Marine Environment
Directorate of Environmental Affairs, MET.
·      RICHARDSON, J. 1998. Economics of biodiversity conservation in Namibia. In: BARNARD, P (ed). Biological diversity in Namibia -- a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek. pp. 227-278.
·      SAKKO, AL. 1998. Biodiversity of marine habitats. In: BARNARD, P (ed). Biological diversity in Namibia -- a country study. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek. pp. 189-226.
·      SIMMONS, RE. 1997. The Lesser Flamingo in southern Africa - a summary. In: Conservation of the Lesser Flamingo in Eastern Africa and beyond. pp 50-61. IUCN Workshop, August 1997, Lake Bogoria, Kenya.
·      SIMMONS, RE. 1999. The desert-breeding Damara Tern Sterna balaenarum: a case study. In: Beintema, A. & van Vessem, J. (Eds.) Strategies for conserving migratory waterbirds - Proceedings of Workshop 2 of the 2nd International Conference on Wetlands and Development. Wetlands International Publication 55, 48-52. Wageningen, Netherlands.
·      SIMMONS, RE. 2000. Declines and movements of Lesser Flamingos in Africa. In: BALDASSARE, G et al. (eds). Conservation Biology of Flamingos. Waterbirds, vol 23, pp. 40-46.
·      SIMMONS, RE, BOIX-HINZEN, C. BARNES, KN, JARVIS, AM & ROBERTSON, A. 1998. Important bird areas of Namibia. In: Barnes, KN (ed.) The Important Bird Areas of Southern Africa. BirdLife South Africa, Johannesburg.
·      SIMMONS RE & BRIDGEFORD, P. 1998. The status and conservation of vultures in Namibia. In: Boshoff, A.F. Anderson, M. & Borello, W. Vultures in the 21st Century. Proceedings of Workshop on Vulture Research and conservation in southern Africa. Vulture Study Group, Johannesburg.
·      STAGE, J. 1999. Effects of fuel levies and carbon dioxide taxes on the Namibian economy. In: Liljegren, E. (Ed.) Proceedings of Regional International Input/Output Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 12-17 September, 1999. Statistics Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (in press) 15pp.
·     STOLTZ, A-K. 1996. Wildlife- and nature tourism in Namibia: a study of willingness to pay. Masters thesis, Institute for National Economics, Uppsala University, Sweden. 61 pp.
·     SUTTON, W. 1998. The costs of living with elephants in Namibia. Proceedings from the Workshop on Cooperative Regional Wildlife Management in Southern Africa, University of California, Davis, California, USA, August 13-14 1998. 57-71.
·     SWANSON, T, BARNES, J & DE JAGER, JV. 1996. Conflicts in wildlife conservation - the role of property rights in their resolution: the southern African conservancies. In: Swanson, TM, Fernandez Ugalde, C & Luxmoore, RA (eds). A survey of wildlife mangement regimes for sustainable utilisation. World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge, UK. pp. 191-331.
·      TARR, PW (ed). 1994. Proceedings of the 1993 Ministry of Wildlife, Conservation & Tourism Annual Meeting. Ministry of Environment and Tourism, 344 pp.
·     TARR, PW (ed). 1995. Proceedings of the 1995 Ministry of Environment & Tourism Annual Meeting. Ministry of Environment & Tourism, 253 pp.
·      TARR, PW (ed). 1996. Namibia Environment 1:1-208. Ministry of Environment & Tourism.
·       TARR, P. 1998. Environmental assessment in southern Africa: is there a need for a regional approach? Discussion paper presented at the GLOBE Regional Conference on the Environment, Cape Town, South Africa, September 1998, 13 pp.
·      VAN KENT, A (ed). 1993. Proceedings of a symposium on toxic waste management in Namibia. Ministry of Environment and Tourism.

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