This special issue is a compilation of multidisciplinary articles on a granitic ecosystem in the Stevenson-Hamilton Supersite of Kruger National Park. The majority of research was conducted on a single catena during the same period (2015–2018), to establish connections between abiotic and biotic components. A framework for the multidisciplinary approach is presented and followed by a series of articles focussing on soils, hydrology, microorganisms in rhizospheres, vegetation and mammals.
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Koedoe: Protected Area Science and Management is the premier open access journal in research on the conservation of natural and cultural assets in protected areas, particularly in Africa. Acknowledging the human and biophysical dimensions of many conservation issues, Koedoe accepts topical papers from all relevant natural and social science disciplines, including inter-disciplinary investigations and perspectives.