Book Chapters

Byrne MJ et al. (2019) Education, training and capacity building in the field of biological invasions in South Africa. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Davies SJ et al. (2019) Experience and lessons from invasive and alien animal control projects carried out in South Africa. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Measey J, Hui C, Somers M (2019) Terrestrial vertebrate invasions in South Africa. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Measey J, Robinson TB, Kruger N, Zengeya TA, Hurley BP (2019) South Africa as a donor of alien animals to other parts of the world. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Potgieter LJ et al. (2019) Biological invasions in South Africa’s urban ecosystems: Patterns, processes, impacts and management. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, Zengeya T (2019) Overview of biological invasions in South Africa. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Wilson JR et al. (2019) The role of environmental factors in promoting and limiting biological invasions in South Africa. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Wilson JR, Measey J, Richardson DM, van Wilgen BW, Zengeya TA (2019) Potential futures of biological invasions in South Africa. In: van Wilgen BW, Measey J, Richardson DM, Wilson JR, van Wilgen BW (eds) Biological invasions in South Africa. Springer, Berlin,

Stark, D., Turner, A., van Rensburg, B.J. & Measey, J. (in press) Population estimation of a cryptic moss frog using acoustic spatially explicit capture recapture. In S.C. Walls and K.M. O’Donnell (Eds.), Strategies for Conservation Success in Herpetology Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Herpetological Conservation Series, Vol. 4.

van Wilgen, B., Munyai, T., Mnikathi, Z., Wilson, J., Morapi, T., Botha, L.-A., Forsyth, T., Herbert, D., Rushworth, I., Foxcroft, L., Terrapon, H., Turner, A., Little, R., Greve, M., Measey, J., Robinson, T., Griffiths, C., Holmes, P. & Miza, S. (2018) The status of Alien Species. In Van Wilgen, B.W. & Wilson, J.R. (Eds.) The status of biological invasions and their management in South Africa in 2017. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Kirstenbosch and DST-NRF Centre of Excellence for Invasion Biology, Stellenbosch. pp 47-70. pdf

Davies, S.J., Measey, G.J., Du Plessis, D. & Richardson, D.M.  (2016) Science and education at the Centre for Invasion Biology. In: P. Castro, U.M. Azeiteiro, P. Bacelar-Nicolau, W. Leal Filho, A.M. Azul (Eds.) Biodiversity and Education for Sustainable Development, Springer, World Sustainability Series. pp 93-105. Springer Nature. pdf

Tolley, K.A., Bowie, R.C.K., Measey, G.J., Price, B.W. and Forest, F. (2014) The shifting landscape of genes since the Pliocene: terrestrial phylogeography in the Greater Cape Floristic Region In: Fynbos: ecology, evolution, and conservation of a megadiverse region. (eds. Allsopp, N., Colville, J.F., Verboom, G.A.) pp 143-163. Oxford University Press. pdf

Colville, J.C., Potts, A.J., Bradshaw, P.L., Measey, G.J., Snijman, D., Picker, M.D., ProcheŞ, S., Bowie, R.C.K. and Manning, J.C. (2014) Floristic and faunal Cape biochoria: do they exist? In: Fynbos: ecology, evolution, and conservation of a megadiverse region. (eds. Allsopp, N., Colville, J.F., Verboom, G.A.) pp 73-93. Oxford University Press. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2014) Family: Amphisbaenidae. In Bates, M.F., Branch, W.R., Bauer, A.M., Burger, M., Marais, J., Alexander, G.J. & de Villiers, M.S. (eds). Atlas and Red List of the Reptiles of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Suricata 1 Pp 148-157. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa. pdf

Measey, G.J. & Branch, W.R. (2014) Family: Typhlopidae. In Bates, M.F., Branch, W.R., Bauer, A.M., Burger, M., Marais, J., Alexander, G.J. & de Villiers, M.S. (eds). Atlas and Red List of the Reptiles of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Suricata 1 Pp 310-317. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa. pdf

Measey, G.J., Raselimanana, A., & Herrel, A. (2013). Ecology and Life History. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. & Herrel, A. (eds). Pp 85-113. United States of America: University of California Press pdf

Jenkins, R., Measey, G.J., Anderson, C.V. & Tolley, K.A. (2013). Chameleon Conservation. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. & Herrel, A. (eds). Pp 193-216. United States of America: University of California Press pdf

Measey, G.J. & de Villiers, A. (2011) Conservation introduction of the Cape platanna within the Western Cape, South Africa. In Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2011. More case studies from around the globe. (ed P.S. Soorae), pp 91-93. Gland, Switzerland.

Angulo, A., Hoffmann, M. & Measey, G.J. (2011). Introduction: Conservation assessments of the amphibians of South Africa and the world. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 1-9. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Channing, A., Measey, G.J., Minter, L.R. & Harvey, J. (2011). Understanding and documenting species diversity. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 12-17. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Measey, G.J., Weldon, C., Morgan, D., Channing, A., Harvey, J. & Turner, A.A. (2011). Conservation and ecological studies. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: A strategy for conservation research(ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 18-28. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Measey, G.J., Minter, L.R. & Turner, A.A. (2011). Assessing status and trends. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 29-36. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Tolley, K.A., Minter, L.R., Harvey, J., Tarrant, J. & Measey, G.J. (2011). Education, awareness and capacity building. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 37-41. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). Xenopus laevis: una perspectiva sobre invasiones globales. In:  Antecedentessobre labiologia de Xenopus laevis y su introduccion en Chile, 3-8. Solis, R., Lobos, G. & Irirarte, A. (eds). Santiago: Maval Ltda. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). The Genus Xenopus (Wagler 1827). In:  Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs ofSouth Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, 258-259. Minter, L.R. et al. (eds). Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). Species account: Xenopusmuelleri (Peters 1844). In:  Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs ofSouth Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, 264-266. Minter, L.R. et al. (eds). Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). Species account: Xenopuslaevis (Daudin 1802). In:  Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs ofSouth Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, 266-267. Minter, L.R. et al. (eds). Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. pdf