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Local farmers to feel the effects of climate change

Researchers from SAEON and the University of the Witwatersrand joined forces to address questions surrounding climate change and crops...

Students need to find their niche in a complex environmental system

ILTER Chair Elect Dr Manuel Maass shares his vision for capacity building in long-term environmental research...

Scanning for biomass

The use of a terrestrial laser scanner may allow for much faster and cheaper measurement of the productivity of African ecosystems...

SAEON’s currency? Free-flow global change / Earth observation data systems

SAEON has taken the lead in developing the culture, technology and infrastructure to advance data sharing across the wider SAEON network...

Dive into the liquid world of oceanography

SAEON Intern Amy Harding-Goodman shares her novel approach to researching the pathway and dynamics of the Agulhas Return Current...

New generation monitoring equipment for Jonkershoek

The new equipment is capable of recording water level and temperature at set intervals...

SAEON’s role in regional operational oceanography

With SAEON ensuring that data is properly archived and freely disseminated, education and capacity building in ocean sciences will be a long-term stable platform...

ICSU Conference confirms widespread support for World Data System

As a member of the World Data System’s Scientific Committee, SAEON’s Wim Hugo will be responsible for a ‘Network of Networks’ architecture...

SAEON participates in Eye On Earth Summit working group

The Summit will address issues related to missing, inaccessible or hidden data...

Valuable insights at Network of Education Experts' Symposium

The Symposium provides a platform where the advisory committee, education team, learners and educators from all the SAEON nodes share their experiences...

Eskom Expo sharpens skills of young scientists

The would-be scientists have greatly improved their knowledge and understanding of the scientific method...

SAEON-sponsored learner and educator cruise to greater knowledge

Through these cruises SAEON explores ways of incorporating marine science into the school science curriculum...

SAEON donates indigenous trees to primary school in Himeville

SAEON joins forces with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife to emphasise the importance of preserving and planting indigenous trees...

National Science Week 2011 - “The Role of Science in Economic Development”

The SAEON display included information on careers in science and a slide show of the work done by SAEON scientists...

STOP PRESS! GSN Indibano 2011 is here!

GSN students will get the opportunity to hone their statistical skills and gain on-site monitoring experience...

SAEON in the media

SAEON’s people and projects received coverage in a wide range of media...

 

“Global warming may dominate headlines today. Ecosystem degradation will do so tomorrow.” - Corporate Ecosystem Services Review, World Resources Institute, 2008

 

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