Heidi Prozesky
Heidi Prozesky
DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Scientometrics and STI Policy, Stellenbosch University
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How wide is the “knowing-doing” gap in invasion biology?
KJ Esler, H Prozesky, GP Sharma, M McGeoch
Biological Invasions 12 (12), 4065-4075, 2010
1012010
Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming ecosystem services in development planning: perspectives from a landscape level
N Sitas, HE Prozesky, KJ Esler, B Reyers
Landscape ecology 29 (8), 1315-1331, 2014
742014
The contribution of indigenous fruit trees in sustaining rural livelihoods and conservation of natural resources
FK Kalaba, PW Chirwa, H Prozesky
Journal of Horticulture and Forestry 1 (1), 1-6, 2009
592009
A case study of landholder attitudes and behaviour toward the conservation of renosterveld, a critically endangered vegetation type in Cape Floral Kingdom, South Africa
SJ Winter, H Prozesky, KJ Esler
Environmental Management 40 (1), 46-61, 2007
582007
Exploring the gap between ecosystem service research and management in development planning
N Sitas, HE Prozesky, KJ Esler, B Reyers
Sustainability 6 (6), 3802-3824, 2014
572014
A career-history analysis of gender differences in publication productivity among South African academics
H Prozesky
Science & Technology Studies, 2008
472008
A career-history analysis of gender differences in publication productivity among South African academics
H Prozesky
Science & Technology Studies, 2008
472008
Stakeholder perceptions of an ecosystem services approach to clearing invasive alien plants on private land
LS Urgenson, HE Prozesky, KJ Esler
Ecology and Society 18 (1), 2013
442013
Fostering collaboration for knowledge and action in disaster management in South Africa
N Sitas, B Reyers, G Cundill, HE Prozesky, JL Nel, KJ Esler
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19, 94-102, 2016
392016
Gender differences in the journal publication productivity of South African academic authors
H Prozesky
South African Review of Sociology 37 (2), 87-112, 2006
342006
What drives the use of scientific evidence in decision making? The case of the South African Working for Water program
P Ntshotsho, HE Prozesky, KJ Esler, B Reyers
Biological Conservation 184, 136-144, 2015
322015
Quality assessment and primary uses of harvested rainwater in Kleinmond, South Africa
H Dobrowksy, D Mannel, M De Kwaadsteniet, H Prozesky, W Khan, ...
Water SA 40 (3), 401-406, 2014
292014
The participatory research paradigm
H Prozesky, J Mouton
Development: Theory, policy, and practice. Cape Town: Oxford University …, 2001
292001
Bibliometrics as a tool for measuring gender-specific research performance: an example from South African invasion ecology
H Prozesky, N Boshoff
Scientometrics 90 (2), 383-406, 2012
202012
Beneficiaries’ aspirations to permanent employment within the South African Working for Water Programme
JA Hough, H Prozesky
Social Dynamics 38 (2), 331-349, 2012
102012
Die arbeidsopset in die Suid-Afrikaanse sagtevrugte-uitvoerbedryf
A Kritzinger, H Prozesky, J Vorster
Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch Department of Sociology, 1995
101995
'I don't want to go back to the farm': A case study of Working for Water beneficiaries
JA Hough, HE Prozesky
South African Journal of Science 109 (9-10), 01-08, 2013
92013
A review of methodological trends in South African sociology, 1990–2009
I Basson, HE Prozesky
South African Review of Sociology 46 (3), 4-27, 2015
82015
Exploring the gap between ecosystem service research and management in development planning. Sustainability 6: 3802-3824
N Sitas, HE Prozesky, KJ Esler, B Reyers
82014
Gender differences in the publication productivity of South African scientists
HE Prozesky
Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch, 2006
82006
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