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Mom, I want to be an ecosystem engineer

While elephants contribute to a number of fundamental ecological processes in African savannas, their impact on the vegetation is widely recognised...

SAEON now fires on all cylinders

SAEON officially finalised arrangements for the last two nodes in its portfolio with the appointment of two Node Coordinators...

Sue advocates a holistic approach to safeguarding our planet

Meet Sue van Rensburg, newly appointed Coordinator of SAEON’s Grasslands-Forests-Wetlands Node...

Young team to monitor ancient arid lands

Yolandi Els will be the driving force behind SAEON’s Node for Arid Lands...

Dr Juliet Hermes to serve on Global Climate Observing System Steering Committee

The Steering Committee plays a central role in defining the objectives and priorities of GCOS, and providing scientific and technical guidance to participating bodies...

Honorary appointment for SAEON’s Dr George Chirima

Dr Chirima has been offered a position as Honorary Research Fellow at the University of the Witwatersrand...

“Urgent patience”

SAEON’s MD writes about “a sense of urgency” and “urgent patience” in the SAEON context...

SAEON visits Japan to further collaborative climate change research

SAEON’s Egagasini Node will be investigating the impact of interannual variability on regional oceanography, including the Agulhas and Benguela regions...

Vegetation type stability and change analysed over 44 years yield valuable results

The plots sampled during the three surveys show that there has been a steady decrease in species richness across the Table Mountain National Park...

SAEON participates in Marine and Coastal Atlas Development Workshop

It was inspiring to see the Marine and Coastal Atlas moving forward and the participating countries joining forces to make it happen...

Exploring the environment through the eyes of a child

SAEON’s Fynbos team exposed learners to an array of interesting sights, sounds and smells during an exploration of Kirstenbosch Gardens...

Final announcement: Natural Forests and Woodlands Symposium

Register now for the Natural Forests and Woodlands Symposium which will be held in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal in April 2011...

First announcement: Annual GSSA Congress

The Annual Congress of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa will be held from 10 -15 July 2011...

SAEON in the media

SAEON’s people and projects received coverage in local and international media...

 

“Given the range of domains of desirable knowledge the reality is that almost all of us know almost nothing about almost everything. ” - Jeffrey Johnson: The Future of the Social Sciences and Humanities in the Science of Complex Systems
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