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A scientific heritage neglected?

Prof Tim O’ Connor argues that we should act to prevent our scientific heritage from slipping away -- it can shed valuable light on emerging climate change impacts...

Meet the new Manager of SAEON’s Elwandle Node

Dr Tommy Bornman brings wealth of local and international research experience to SAEON...

Dr Angus Paterson – (energetically) charting new waters

Managing Director Johan Pauw looks at the legacy of a SAEON pioneer...

Filling elephant-sized gaps

The SAEON Ndlovu Node sets out to contribute to the elephant debate...

South Africa joins global Argo community

The deployment of further Argo floats in the oceans surrounding SA would be key to improving observations in the region...

Recognising voluntary contributions to long-term monitoring

For two years Mr Adrian Simmers voluntarily collected weekly data from the six weirs, twelve rain gauges and weather station at Jonkershoek...

When El Niño and La Niña events modulate vegetation greenness in the winter rainfall region of SA

Little is known about the impact of El Niño / La Niña on the winter rainfall region located at the southwestern tip of Africa...

Towards a shared vision for new challenges in data management

SAEON’s Fiona Cuff presented on the African Marine Atlas at the IODE Anniversary Conference...

The electronic spatial database of the Risk and Vulnerability Atlas is live!

Information includes projections of climate change, risk assessments, probabilities of drought and water shortages, population densities, economic activity and poverty levels...

SciFest 2011 -Science across cultures

SciFest provided a valuable opportunity to highlight the important role learners can play in long-term monitoring...

Attention GSN students! 

Your abstract may win you a full sponsorship to attend this year’s Indibano...

Calling all Wetlanders

REGISTER NOW for the National Wetlands Indaba...

Announcement: Arid Zone Ecology Forum Conference 2011

This year’s theme will highlight the underlying complexity and interdependence of ecological systems and social dynamics...

SAEON in the media

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

 

“We need to instil in all our people the understanding that the need for development and caring for the environment are not mutually exclusive.” - Edna Molewa, Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs

 

BANNER PICTURE of the Secretary Bird (Sagittarius serpentarius) courtesy of Erwin and Nicoleen Niemand. The picture appears in their book: "KALAHARI - Magnificent Desert".

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