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Articles now available from the Volume 69 Issue 1 of 2014
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
A vacant niche? The curious distributions of African Perissodactyla. Charles S. Churcher. View Online
The invertebrate macrobenthos of artificial rocky shores in the Knysna Estuary. Brian Allanson, Frances Smith & Peter Smith. View Online

REVIEWS
Preface to ‘Some Royal but unmemoired Fellows’ by A.C. Brown. Jane Carruthers FRSSAf & A.C. Brown FRSSAf  View Online

BOOK REVIEW
Parrots of Africa, Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands: Biology, Ecology and Conservation. Penny Olsen View Online

LATEST PUBLISHED COMPLETE VOLUME
Volume 68 Issue 3 of 2013
is available, free to all members online at Taylor & Francis Online

RESEARCH ARTICLES
Chemical characterisation of argillaceous sediments used for traditional pottery around Port St Johns, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Ndze Denis Jumbam, E. Georges-Ivo Ekosse & John Steele, pages 147-153
Textural and mineralogical characteristics of soils from selected geophagic mine sites in Cameroon and South Africa. Makia L. Diko & George E. Ekosse, pages 155-162
Wood and water: an historical assessment of South Africa’s past and present forestry policies as they relate to water conservation. Fred J. Kruger & Brett M. Bennett, pages 163-174
From source to basin of deposition: influence of transportation and digenesis on geophagic properties of soil.  M.L. Diko, pages 183-191

SHORT COMMUNICATION
Comments on the paper ‘Mineralogical and geochemical analyses of the healing elements in clayey soils from Isinuka traditional spa in Port St Johns, South Africa’. Frederick Roelofse, pages 175-176

REVIEW
Geophagic materials: the possible effects of their chemical composition on human health. Ndze Denis Jumbam, pages 177-182
Royal Society of South Africa National School Science Essay Competition 2013, page 193

IN MEMORIAM
Professor D.G. Krige FRSSAf.    R.C.A. Minnitt & W. Assibey-Bonsu, pages 199-202