K. P. Muller

Learn More
It is generally assumed that very large herbivores, such as elephants, make foraging decisions at large spatial scales, but the extent to which seasonal foraging decisions are driven by soil quality, and its link to plant nutrient levels, is uncertain. We studied the diet selection of African elephants Loxodonta africana in Ithala Game Reserve in northern(More)
Termites are considered to be ecosystem engineers because they modify their biophysical environments. We tested the effects of soil-nutrient alteration in termite-enriched soils compared with termite-free open savannas. We also tested whether non-nutrient alterations (soil disturbance) induced by termites led to changes in tree-seedling growth. Soil samples(More)
  • 1