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Hendrik Johannes Combrink
Hendrik Johannes Combrink
Postdoctoral Research Associate, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of
Verified email at arizona.edu
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Is there a temporal niche separation in the leaf phenology of savanna trees and grasses?
SI Higgins, MD Delgado‐Cartay, EC February, HJ Combrink
Journal of Biogeography 38 (11), 2165-2175, 2011
832011
Which traits determine shifts in the abundance of tree species in a fire‐prone savanna?
SI Higgins, WJ Bond, H Combrink, JM Craine, EC February, N Govender, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (6), 1400-1410, 2012
612012
Diet and gut microbiome enterotype are associated at the population level in African buffalo
CE Couch, K Stagaman, RS Spaan, HJ Combrink, TJ Sharpton, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 2267, 2021
362021
Nest temperature fluctuations in a cavity nester, the southern ground-hornbill
L Combrink, HJ Combrink, AJ Botha, CT Downs
Journal of Thermal Biology 66, 21-26, 2017
72017
Habitat structure and diversity influence the nesting success of an endangered large cavity-nesting bird, the Southern Ground-hornbill
L Combrink, HJ Combrink, AJ Botha, CT Downs
Koedoe 59 (1), 1-8, 2017
52017
Habitat preferences of Southern Ground-hornbills in the Kruger National Park: Implications for future conservation measures
L Combrink, HJ Combrink, AJ Botha, CT Downs
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 16195, 2020
12020
Navigating food and foes in the savanna: nutrition, infections and spatial ecology in African buffalo
HJ Combrink
2023
Cold and hungry: heterothermy is associated with low leptin levels in a bulk grazer during a drought
A Botha, A Fuller, BR Beechler, HJ Combrink, AE Jolles, SK Maloney, ...
2023
Prioritising Conservation Action in the Knersvlakte Bioregion, South Africa
HJ Combrink
University of the Free State, 2007
2007
Which traits determine shifts in the abundance of tree species in a fire
SI Higgins, WJ Bond, H Combrink, JM Craine, EC February, N Govender, ...
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