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Study to serve as baseline for long-term research on whales and dolphins

The data will aid in the design of marine protected areas, and will inform decision makers about the potential impacts of future developments in the bay...

Who lives where on our seabed?

The biological processes driven by species living on the seafloor play an important role in overall ecosystem functioning...

Coming to terms with currents

SAEON Elwandle has been monitoring changes in the fish and invertebrate communities on two barges scuttled in the near-shore region of Cape Vidal...

NOAA buoy to help close gap in climate understanding south of Africa

More heat is released to the atmosphere in the Agulhas Return Current region than anywhere else in the Southern Hemisphere. This heating can affect winds, clouds and rainfall over a broad region...

Dr Manuel Maass shares his views on LTER in Mexico

The Mexican LTER network is a group network, not a site network...

SAEON and environmental policy development

The position of “mediator” or “translator” is ideal for SAEON...

Independent mixture models assist in determining herbivore activity states

Understanding how animals utilise space will assist with management problems around habitat fragmentation, climate change and spread of disease and aliens...

Coping with sea level rise and storm surges

A research agenda has been developed to address the risks posed by storm surges along the coast of South Africa...

SAEON Education Outreach well positioned to provide vital curriculum support

The Environmental Skills Summit emphasised the dire need for curriculum support on subject content to supplement the knowledge of teachers...

New Field Technicians already hard at work in the Arid Lands

Iain and Tshililo contribute a valuable set of skills and expertise to the SAEON Arid Lands team...

New recruits at SAEON’s Grasslands-Forests-Wetlands Node

Basanda and Danne are excited to be participating in the establishment of this new SAEON node...

A new look for the SAEON Graduate Student Network Committee

Several exciting key speakers, workshops, stimulating outings and a skills transfer are planned for the Indibano in October...

Building vital capacity for the future

Two of SAEON’s interns report on their experiences...

SAEON in the media

Articles on SAEON appeared on the ILTER website as well as in Grassroots...

Help count butterflies to assist in monitoring ecosystem changes

Participate in South Africa’s third Butterfly Census Week from 23 April to 1 May 2011...

 

“All our knowledge has its origins in our perception.” - Leonardo da Vinci, scientist, engineer, inventor, artist (1452 – 1519)
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