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Action on the hill

The Cathedral Peak research catchments will serve as a sentinel site for SAEON...

Using the past to manage the future

A student project looks at combining long-term data from palaeo-ecological and historical changes to understand how different drivers of vegetation change interact...

Repeat vegetation surveys provide vital answers at iSimangaliso

Understanding global change impacts on this coastal aquifer system is becoming increasingly important in view of surrounding land use changes...

SAEON’s role in the Green Economy: Does it include you?

SAEON gears up to offer an environmental monitoring service to private business, government and civil society...

New researcher to strengthen offshore monitoring

Dr Charles von der Meden’s research will include classifying and mapping benthic habitats with the use of SAEON’s deep-sea camera - Ski-Monkey III...

Young minds look at old data

The Fynbos Node’s collaboration with Honours students may refine hydrological models of impacts of global change on water delivery...

Theft of metals hampers monitoring at Jonkershoek

High prices of copper and brass have led to the Jonkershoek site joining an international trend of theft of items made of these metals...

New field technician well versed in arid lands monitoring

Marco Pauw’s role at the Arid Lands Node focuses on collection and management of data from the long-term monitoring sites...

Western Indian Ocean researchers address global change impacts

PhD student Charine Collins presented her research on the Comoros Gyre done in collaboration with SAEON...

World’s oceanographers convene to look at ocean forecasting and societal applications

The objective of this meeting was to provide a forum to promote collaboration between global ocean observing systems...

SAEON Ndlovu science camp a hit with fledgling environmental scientists

The camp exposed the learners to teamwork, career options in science, and scientific thinking...

Planting the seed of science in bright young minds

Cape Town’s mini Expo showcased young minds with innovative ideas and the potential to achieve great things...

Diarise these dates

Workshop on estuary monitoring; 2012 US LTER All Scientists Meeting; Annual ILTER meeting; and Symposium of contemporary conservation practice...

SAEON in the media

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

 

“Habitat loss, destruction and degradation of ecosystems, pollution, over-exploitation and climate change are among the powerful and persistent impacts that are running down the planet’s nature-based capital, including the medical treasure trove of the world’s biodiversity.” - Achim Steiner, UN Under-Secretary General and UNEP Executive Director

 

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