Hendri Coetzee
Hendri Coetzee
Director: Nature’s Valley Trust (Western Cape, South Africa); Extraordinary Associate-professor (NWU
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Visual fields in hornbills: precision‐grasping and sunshades
GR Martin, HC Coetzee
Ibis 146 (1), 18-26, 2004
Living Labs in South Africa: an analysis based on five case studies
H Coetzee, IM Du Toit, ME Herselman
Dr. Pascal Sieber & Partners AG, 2012
Artisanal fisheries in the Ndumo area of the lower Phongolo River floodplain, South Africa
HC Coetzee, W Nell, ES Van Eeden, EP De Crom
Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science 57 (1), 1-6, 2015
Sense of place: using people’s experiences in relation to a rural landscape to inform spatial planning guidelines
K Puren, V Roos, H Coetzee
International Planning Studies 23 (1), 16-36, 2018
Large-scale sugarcane farmers' knowledge and perceptions of Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), push–pull and integrated pest management
J Cockburn, H Coetzee, J Van den Berg, D Conlong
Crop protection 56, 1-9, 2014
An exploration of cultural beliefs and practices across the Southern Ground-Hornbill’s range in Africa
H Coetzee, W Nell, L Van Rensburg
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 10, 1-7, 2014
The psychosocial well-being of a “forgotten” South African community: The case of Ndumo, KwaZulu-Natal
W Nell, E de Crom, H Coetzee, E van Eeden
Journal of Psychology in Africa 25 (3), 171-181, 2015
Recent business transformation in intermediate-sized cities in South Africa
HS Geyer, HC Coetzee, D Du Plessis, R Donaldson, P Nijkamp
Habitat International 35 (2), 265-274, 2011
An assessment of perceptions, sources and uses of water among six African communities in the North West Province of South Africa
H Coetzee, W Nell, C Bezuidenhout
Water SA 42 (3), 432-441, 2016
Exploring the role of sugarcane in small-scale farmers’ livelihoods in the Noodsberg area, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
JJ Cockburn, HC Coetzee, J Van den Berg, DE Conlong, J Witthöft
South African Journal of Agricultural Extension 42 (1), 80–97-80–97, 2014
Measuring impact and contributions of South African universities in communities: The case of the North-West University
H Coetzee, W Nell
Development Southern Africa 35 (6), 774-790, 2018
Environmental attitudes among undergraduate students at a South African university
M Evert, H Coetzee, W Nell
ediPUCRS [University Publisher], 2022
Restoration after bush control in selected range-land areas of semi-arid savannas in South Africa
K Kellner, RT Mangani, TJK Sebitloane, JG Chirima, N Meyer, ...
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 51 (1), 1-13, 2021
Disaster recovery experiences of a South African rural farming community
C Becker, V Roos, H Coetzee
Journal of Psychology in Africa 25 (3), 182-190, 2015
Developing a site selection tool to assist reintroduction efforts for the Southern Ground-Hornbill Bucorvus leadbeateri
D Cilliers, S Evans, H Coetzee, L Van Rensburg
Ostrich 84 (2), 101-111, 2013
Research Report 2: Needs assessment conducted in the Vaalharts Region, North West and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa (A North West living labs baseline projects)
H Coetzee, IM Du Toit
Potchefstroom: Research Logistics cc, 2011
Large-scale sugarcane farmers' knowledge and perceptions of Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and push-pull.
JJ Cockburn, HC Coetzee, J Berg, DE Conlong
Socio-economic benefits stemming from bush clearing and restoration projects conducted in the D’Nyala Nature Reserve and Shongoane Village, Lephalale, South Africa
T Mangani, H Coetzee, K Kellner, G Chirima
Sustainability 12 (12), 5133, 2020
An intervention program based on plant surrogates as alternatives to the use of southern ground-hornbills in cultural practices
H Coetzee, W Nell, L van Rensburg
Ethnobotany Research and Applications 12, 155-164, 2014
The socio-economic impacts of bush encroachment in Manthestad, Taung, South Africa
TKJ Sebitloane, H Coetzee, K Kellner, P Malan
Environmental & socio-economic studies 8 (3), 1-11, 2020
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