Helen de Klerk
Helen de Klerk
Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Stellenbosch University
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The partitioning of Africa: statistically defined biogeographical regions in sub‐Saharan Africa
HP Linder, HM de Klerk, J Born, ND Burgess, J Fjeldså, C Rahbek
Journal of Biogeography 39 (7), 1189-1205, 2012
Framing the concept of Satellite Remote Sensing Essential Biodiversity Variables: challenges and future directions
Remote Sensing in Ecology 2 (3), 122-131, 2016
Fynbos (fine bush) vegetation and the supply of water: a comparison of multi-criteria decision analysis and cost-benefit analysis
AR Joubert, A Leiman, HM de Klerk, S Katua, JC Aggenbach
Ecological economics 22 (2), 123-140, 1997
Fire management in Mediterranean‐climate shrublands: a case study from the Cape fynbos, South Africa
BW Van Wilgen, GG Forsyth, H De Klerk, S Das, S Khuluse, P Schmitz
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (3), 631-638, 2010
Interpreting biogeographical boundaries among Afrotropical birds: spatial patterns in richness gradients and species replacement
PH Williams, HM de Klerk, TM Crowe
Journal of Biogeography 26 (3), 459-474, 1999
Gaps in the protected area network for threatened Afrotropical birds
HM De Klerk, J Fjeldså, S Blyth, ND Burgess
Biological Conservation 117 (5), 529-537, 2004
Where are the major gaps in the reserve network for Africa's mammals?
J Fjeldså, ND Burgess, S Blyth, HM De Klerk
Oryx 38 (1), 17-25, 2004
A hierarchical Bayesian model of wildfire in a Mediterranean biodiversity hotspot: implications of weather variability and global circulation
AM Wilson, AM Latimer, JA Silander Jr, AE Gelfand, H De Klerk
Ecological Modelling 221 (1), 106-112, 2010
Biogeographical patterns of endemic terrestrial Afrotropical birds
HM De Klerk, TM Crowe, J Fjeldså, ND Burgess
Diversity and Distributions 8 (3), 147-162, 2002
Patterns of species richness and narrow endemism of terrestrial bird species in the Afrotropical region
HM De Klerk, TM Crowe, J Fjeldså, ND Burgess
Journal of Zoology 256 (3), 327-342, 2002
Using patterns of distribution and diversity of Kenyan birds to select and prioritize areas for conservation
JN Muriuki, HM De Klerk, PH Williams, LA Bennun, TM Crowe, EV Berge
Biodiversity & Conservation 6 (2), 191-210, 1997
A pragmatic assessment of the usefulness of the MODIS (Terra and Aqua) 1-km active fire (MOD14A2 and MYD14A2) products for mapping fires in the fynbos biome
H De Klerk
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (2), 166-178, 2008
The biogeography of the Anura of sub-equatorial Africa and the prioritisation of areas for their conservation
CL Seymour, HM De Klerk, A Channing, TM Crowe
Biodiversity & Conservation 10 (12), 2045-2076, 2001
A preliminary assessment of congruence between biodiversity patterns in Afrotropical forest birds and forest mammals
N Burgess, H de Klerk, J Fjeldså, T Crowe, C Rahbek
Ostrich 71 (1-2), 286-290, 2000
Evaluation of satellite-derived burned area products for the fynbos, a Mediterranean shrubland
HM de Klerk, AM Wilson, K Steenkamp
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (1), 36-47, 2012
Mapping Afrotropical birds: links between atlas studies and conservation priority analyses
N Burgess, H de Klerk, J Fjeldså, T Crowe, C Rahbek
Bulletin of the African Bird Club 4, 93-98, 1997
Fire-mediated disruptive selection can explain the reseeder–resprouter dichotomy in Mediterranean-type vegetation
R Altwegg, HM De Klerk, GF Midgley
Oecologia 177, 367-377, 2015
Fire and life history affect the distribution of plant species in a biodiversity hotspot
Magadzire N, de Klerk HM, Esler KJ, Slingsby JA
Diversity and Distributions, 1-12, 2019
Free satellite data key to conservation
GM Buchanan, AE Beresford, M Hebblewhite, FJ Escobedo, HM De Klerk, ...
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018
Using remote sensing in support of environmental management: A framework for selecting products, algorithms and methods
HM de Klerk, J Gilbertson, M Lück-Vogel, J Kemp, Z Munch
Journal of Environmental Management 182, 564-573, 2016
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