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ASSET Research partnership with SAEON to benefit communities

In collaboration, ASSET Research and SAEON can reach a much wider audience and impact on a much larger area than before...

Long-term monitoring of subtidal reef fishes at Tsitsikamma

The Tsitsikamma dataset represents the longest and most comprehensive subtidal reef fish abundance estimate in Southern Africa...

Understanding global change from the perspective of the Proteaceae

At a special symposium on Proteaceae, presentations by researchers from four continents shed light on the demography of Proteaceae under environmental change...

High (altitude) expectations

Mapping the way forward for research in southern African mountains...

Leadership, business and the public good

SAEON MD Johan Pauw argues that big business holds the potential to become major supporters of environmental observation and research....

Exploring the role of the Agulhas current system in changing climate

The first American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference held in Africa showcased South Africa as an important research destination...

Chasing change from fynbos to forest

SAEON’s Fynbos Node explores drought impacts in an old growth stand of the Knysna forest ... to inform forest conservation and management of the protected area...

Symposium highlights biodiversity research in arid areas

Kimberley symposium highlights biodiversity research in arid areas...

Pushing the boundaries of knowledge

The second Ndlovu Node Science Camp revealed a marked improvement in the scientific knowledge and interest of the learners...

Bridging the science/education divide

SAEON’s annual Network of Education Experts meeting provides a vital platform for scientists, educators and learners to interact...

Education is crucial in safeguarding our oceans

Experts warn we can no longer ignore the effect of climate change on our marine systems. Education can play a major role in raising awareness of the plight of our oceans...

SAEON Graduate Student Indibano a success!

The Indibano proved to be an excellent opportunity for GSN members to interact with leading researchers in a wide variety of disciplines...

SAEON in the media

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

 

"Although the value of some species may not appear obvious at first, all species contribute in their way to the healthy functioning of the planet." - Dr Simon Stuart, Chair: IUCN Species Survival Commission

 

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