Bernard W.T. Coetzee
Bernard W.T. Coetzee
Senior Lecturer, Department of Zoology & Entomology, University of Pretoria
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Ensemble models predict Important Bird Areas in southern Africa will become less effective for conserving endemic birds under climate change
BWT Coetzee, MP Robertson, BFN Erasmus, BJ Van Rensburg, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 18 (6), 701-710, 2009
Local scale comparisons of biodiversity as a test for global protected area ecological performance: a meta-analysis
BWT Coetzee, KJ Gaston, SL Chown
PloS one 9 (8), e105824, 2014
Beyond bioclimatic envelopes: dynamic species' range and abundance modelling in the context of climatic change
B Huntley, P Barnard, R Altwegg, L Chambers, BWT Coetzee, L Gibson, ...
Ecography 33 (3), 621-626, 2010
Barriers to globally invasive species are weakening across the Antarctic
GA Duffy, BWT Coetzee, G Latombe, AH Akerman, MA McGeoch, ...
Diversity and Distributions, 2017
A meta‐analysis of human disturbance impacts on Antarctic wildlife
BWT Coetzee, S Chown
Biological Reviews 91, 578-596, 2016
Antarctica and the strategic plan for biodiversity
SL Chown, CM Brooks, A Terauds, C Le Bohec, ...
PLoS Biology 15 (3), e2001656, 2017
Microclimate-based macrophysiology: implications for insects in a warming world
GA Duffy, BWT Coetzee, C Janion-Scheepers, SL Chown
Current Opinion in Insect Science 11, 84-89, 2015
Overgrazing and bush encroachment by Tarchonanthus camphoratus in a semi-arid savanna.
BWT Coetzee, L Tincani, Z Wodu, SM Mwasi
African Journal of Ecology 46 (3), 2008
Expanding the protected area network in Antarctica is urgent and readily achievable
BWT Coetzee, P Convey, SL Chown
Conservation Letters 10 (6), 670-680, 2017
Land‐use change promotes avian diversity at the expense of species with unique traits
BWT Coetzee, SL Chown
Ecology and Evolution 6 (21), 7610-7622, 2016
Evaluating the ecological performance of protected areas
BWT Coetzee
Biodiversity and conservation 26, 231-236, 2017
Antarctica’s wilderness fails to capture continent’s biodiversity
RI Leihy, BWT Coetzee, F Morgan, B Raymond, JD Shaw, A Terauds, ...
Nature 583, 567-571, 2020
Microclimates mitigate against hot temperatures in dryland ecosystems: termite mounds as an example
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, BWT Coetzee, M Ndlovu, A De La Torre, ...
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01509, 2016
Random population fluctuations bias the Living Planet Index
FT Buschke, JG Hagan, L Santini, BWT Coetzee
Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2021
Invasion of grasslands by silver wattle, Acacia dealbata (Mimosaceae), alters beetle (Coleoptera) assemblage structure
BWT Coetzee, BJ Van Rensburg, MP Robertson
African entomology 15 (2), 328-339, 2007
Land cover change homogenizes functional and phylogenetic diversity within and among African savanna bird assemblages
BWT Weideman, E. A., Slingsby, J. A., Thomson, R. L. and Coetzee
Landscape Ecology 35, 145–157, 2020
Elephants, termites and mound thermoregulation in a progressively warmer world
GS Joseph, CL Seymour, BWT Coetzee, M Ndlovu, L Deng, K Fowler, ...
Landscape ecology 33, 731-742, 2018
South African Environmental Observation Network: vision, design and status: SAEON reviews
AS Van Jaarsveld, JC Pauw, S Mundree, S Mecenero, BWT Coetzee, ...
South African Journal of Science 103 (7), 289-294, 2007
An appeal for more rigorous use of counterfactual thinking in biological conservation
BWT Coetzee, KJ Gaston
Conservation Science and Practice, 2021
Scale effects on the body size frequency distributions of a frican birds: Patterns and potential mechanisms
BWT Coetzee, PC le Roux, SL Chown
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (4), 380-390, 2013
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