Dr Andre F van Rooyen

Dr Andre F van Rooyen

Dr André F van Rooyen is one of the principle scientists at ICRISAT’s Bulawayo, Zimbabwe office and is a regular contributor in various NWU projects

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Bastian Hess

Bastian Hess

Bastian Hess is an ecological modeller from the University of Göttingen, Germany and is involved in the IDESSA program

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Prof Dr Kerstin Wiegand

Prof Dr Kerstin Wiegand

Dr. Kerstin Wiegand is a professor of Ecosystem Modelling, at the University of Goettingen, Germany and one of the principle investigators on the IDESSA program.

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Prof Dr Sarel Cilliers

Prof Dr Sarel Cilliers

Prof. Sarel Cilliers’ field of study is urban ecology and along with Prof Klaus Kellner is employed at the North West University in the capacity of subject head in botany.

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J.J. Pelser

J.J. Pelser

Previously : J.J. Pelser was one of Prof. Klaus Kellner’s previous MSC students. He worked on a project with Prof. Klaus Kellner. Read more about his MSC studies.

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Hermano Tautè

Hermano Tautè

Previously :  Hermano Tautè was working on the DEA Bush Expert project with Prof. Klaus Kellner

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Jaco Fouche

Jaco Fouche

Previously : Jaco Fouche was working on the C4 Ecosolutions Project with Prof Klaus Kellner

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Sampie van Rooyen

Sampie van Rooyen

Previously : Sampie van Rooyen is a previous Post Graduate student of Prof. Klaus Kellner
Ecologist: Candidate Natural Scientist (MSc. Cand.Sci.Nat.116554)

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NWU pays tribute to Prof. Klaus Kellner for productive research

NWU pays tribute to Prof. Klaus Kellner for productive research

Prof. Klaus Kellner were acknowledged for excellence in research, innovation, community involvement and creativity at a gala event at The Roots Lifestyle Centre in Potchefstroom on Friday, 30 October 2015. Prof Dan Kgwadi, vice-chancellor of the NWU, said the evening was by no means only about numbers. “Yes, we want to push up our article numbers and we certainly wish to increase our number of NRF-rated researchers, but quality and impact must...

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