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Kemper J, Simmons RE 2015. Cape Cormorant: Phalacrocorax capensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 158-160
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Kemper J 2015. Eurasian Curlew (Curlew): Numenius arquata. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 71-72
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Kemper J, Simmons RE 2015. Great Snipe: Gallinago media. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 69-70
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Kemper J 2015. European Roller: Coracias garrulus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 42-43
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Kemper J 2015. Crowned Cormorant: Microcarbo coronatus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 152-154
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Roux J-P, Kemper J 2015. Bank Cormorant: Phalacrocorax neglectus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 155-157
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Kemper J 2015. Cape Gannet: Morus capensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 149-151
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Kemper J 2015. Sooty Shearwater: Puffinus griseus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 206-207
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Kemper J 2015. Spectacled Petrel: Procellaria conspicillata. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 204-205
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Simmons RE, Brown CJ, Kemper J 2015. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species.
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Birds to watch in Namibia 2015.pdf 75.37 MB
Kemper J 2015. Tristan Albatross: Diomedea dabbenena. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 188-189
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Kemper J 2015. African Penguin (Jackass Penguin): Spheniscus demersus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 183-185
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Ludynia K, Jones R, Kemper J, Garthe S, Underhill LG 2010. Foraging behaviour of bank cormorants in Namibia: Implications for conservation. Endangered Species Research 12 (1)
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Kohler SA, Connan M, Hill JM, Mablouké C, Bonnevie B, Ludynia K, Kemper J, Huisanem J, Underhill LG, Cherel Y, McQuiad CD, Jaquemet S 2011. Geographic variation in the trophic ecology of an avian rocky shore predator, the African black oystercatcher, along the southern African coastline. Marine Ecology Progress Series 435 235-249
Sherley RB, Ludynia K, Underhill LG, Jones R, Kemper J 2012. Storms and heat limit the nest success of Bank Cormorants: Implications of future climate change for a surface-nesting seabird in southern Africa. Journal of Ornithology 153 441-455
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Kemper J 2009. A Remarkable Ring Recovery. Lanioturdus 42 (4) 14
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A Remarkable Ring Recovery_2009.pdf 229.1 KB
Simmons RE, Brown CJ, Kemper J 2015. Namibia's endangered and threatened birds.
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Namibias endangered and threatened birds_2015.pdf 9.3 MB
Currie H, Grobler K, Kemper J 2008. Namibia's Islands' Marine Protected Area..
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Namibian islands MPA_Final-report_15August08.pdf 4.86 MB
Whittington P, Klages N, Crawford R, Wolfaardt A, Kemper J 2005. Age at first breeding of the African Penguin. Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology 76 (1-2) 14-20
Crawford RJM, David JHM, Shannon LJ, Kemper J, Klages NTW, Roux J-P, Underhill LG, Ward VL, Williams AJ, Wolfaardt AC 2001. African penguins as predators and prey - coping (or not) with change. South African Journal of Marine Science 23 (1) 435-447
Kohler SA, Wiesel I, Roux J-P, Kemper J, Underhill LG 2012. Marine nutrients imports to the Namib desert through large terrestrial carnivores and wind-blown detritus on the southern Namibian coast. Diamond Route Research Conference, 30 -31 October 2012
Roux J-P, Kemper J, Bartlett PA, Dyer BM, Dundee BL 2003. African Penguins Spheniscus demersus recolonise a formerly abandoned nesting locality in Namibia. Marine Ornithology 31 203-205
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Kemper J, Underhill LG, Crawford RJM, Kirkman SP 2007. Chapter 42: Revision of the conservation status of seabirds and seals breeding in the Benguela Ecosystem. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 325-342
Kemper J 2007. Chapter 25: Population estimates and trends of seabird species breeding in Namibia. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 207-210
Kemper J, Underhill LG, Roux J-P, Bartlett PA, Chesselet YJ, James JAC, Jones R, Uhongora N-N, Wepener S 2007. Chapter 11: Breeding patterns and factors influencing breeding success of African Penguins Spheniscus demersus in Namibia. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 89-99
Kemper J 2007. Chapter 9: Estimating African Penguin population size: a comparison of census techniques. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 77-80
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Kemper J, Roux J-P, Bartlett PA, Chesselet YJ, Delport J-A, James JAC, Jones R, Underhill LG, Uhongora N-N, Wepener S 2007. Chapter 8: The African Penguin Spheniscus demersus: population estimates, trends, adult survival and age structure from molt and nest counts. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 69-76
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Kemper_2007_The African Penguin Spheniscus demersus.pdf 924.96 KB
Kemper J, Crawford RJM 2007. Chapter 5: Report on the availability and quality of seabird information. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 31-36
Kemper J 2006. Heading towards extinction? Demography of the African Penguin in Namibia.
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Kemper J 2004. Racing Pumpkin, a homing African Penguin. Bird Numbers 13 (2) 24-35
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Kemper_2004_bird_numbers_13_penguin.pdf 114.02 KB
Kemper J 2001. African Penguins and rubbish bins: population dynamics and conservation in Namibia. Bird Numbers 10 (2) 25-26
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African Penguins and rubbish bins_2001.pdf 190.36 KB
Kemper J, Roux J-P, Bartlett PA, Chesselet YJ, James JAC, Jones R, Wepener S, Molloy FJ 2001. Recent population trends of African penguins Spheniscus demersus in Namibia. South African Journal of Marine Science 23 (1) 429-434
Crawford RJM, Hemming M, Kemper J, Klages NTW, Randall RM, Underhill LG, Venter AD, Ward VL, Wolfaardt AC 2006. S24-2 Molt of the African penguin, Spheniscus demersus, in relation to its breeding season and food availability. Acta Zoologica Sinica 53 (Supplement) 444-447
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Crawford_2006_Acta_Zool_Sinica_Molt_Afrcn_Penguin.pdf 619.36 KB
Simmons RE, Kemper J 2003. Cave breeding by African Penguins near the northern extreme of their range: Sylvia Hill, Namibia. Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology 74 (3-4) 217-221
Crawford RJM, Dyer BM, Kemper J, Simmons RE, Upfold L 2007. Trends in numbers or Cape Cormorants (Phalacrocorax capensis) over a 50-year period, 1956-57 to 2006-08. Emu 107 1 - 9
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Trends in numbers of Cape Cormorants.pdf 253.71 KB
Currie H, Grobler K, Kemper J 2008. Namibian Islands' Marine Protected Area.
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Namibian islands Marine Protected Area WWF report.pdf 4.86 MB
Kemper J, Underhill LG, Crawford RJM, Kirkman SP 2007. Chapter 42: Revision of the conservation status of seabirds and seals breeding in the Benguela Ecosystem. Final report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) project on top predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME 325-342
Simmons RE, Brown CJ, Kemper J 2015. Cuckoo Finch: Anomalospiza imberbis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 281
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Simmons RE, Brown CJ, Kemper J 2015. Purple Indigobird (Purple Widowfinch): Vidua purpurascens. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 280-281
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