Dr Terry Everson
Dr Everson is a senior research associate in the School of Life Sciences. She has 17 years of lecturing experience in rangeland ecology and management and 20 years of research experience in the development of communal grazing systems, community-based natural resource management and catchment management.

She was the recipient of the Department of Water Affairs, Women in Water Awards in the Water Research category in 2006.

Position:   Senior Lecturer
Qualifications:   HED
Discipline:   Grassland Science
Campus:   Pietermaritzburg
Telephone:   033 260 5509/082 853 1768
 Email:   eversont@ukzn.ac.za
 Research Areas:   Range management
Rural resource management
Fire danger and fire behavior
Plant population dynamics of grassland
Rehabilitation and community based monitoring of soil erosion and runoff
Specialist training in Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) techniques 
 Recent Publications:   Andersson CEF, Everson TM & Everson CS (2013). Management of oil producing Jatropha curcas silvopastoral systems: risk of herbivory by indigenous goats and competition with planted pastures. Biomass and Bioenergy 59: 50-58.

Mansour K, Everson T. and Onisimo M (2013). Evaluation of potential indicators for payment of environmental services on the impact of rehabilitation of degraded rangeland sites. African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 8(15):1290-1299.

Mutimura M and Everson TM (2012) The role of gender in livestock rearing in the low rainfall and acidic soil prone areas of Rwanda. Agricultural Journal 7(2): 152-159. 

Everson TM, Yeaton RI & Everson CS (2009) Seed dynamics of Themeda triandra in the montane grasslands of South Africa. African Journal of Range and Forage Science 26(1): 19-26.

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