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 Roux, Dirk J, Breen, Charles M and Carruthers, Jane Reflections on the history of aquatic science in South Africa with particular reference to the period after 1994. Water SA, Apr 2014, vol.40, no.2, p.255-262. ISSN 1816-7950
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 Carruthers, Jane. Henry Selby Hele-Shaw LLD, DSc, EngD, FRS, WhSch (1854-1941): engineer, inventor and educationist. S. Afr. j. sci., Feb 2010, vol.106, no.1-2, p.34-39. ISSN 0038-2353
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 Carruthers, Jane. Pilanesberg National Park, North West Province, South Africa: Uniting economic development with ecological design - A history, 1960s to 1984. Koedoe, 2011, vol.53, no.1, p.00-00. ISSN 0075-6458
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 Carruthers, Jane. Romance, reverence, research, rights: writing about elephant hunting and management in southern Africa, c.1830s to 2008. Koedoe, 2010, vol.52, no.1, p.01-06. ISSN 0075-6458
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 Carruthers, Jane. Environmental history: Complex connections around the constancy of change. Historia, 2009, vol.54, no.2, p.98-112. ISSN 0018-229X
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 Carruthers, Jane. Professor Christian Johan Barnard (17 Maart 1923 - 6 Maart 2009). Historia, 2009, vol.54, no.1, p.281-286. ISSN 0018-229X
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