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May 2008

Agreement signed with SANParks to host the new SAEON Node for Arid Lands
WANTED: A manager for SAEON's Node for Arid Lands
SAEON scoops yet another major industry award
SAEON Egagasini’s Dr Juliet Hermes receives honorary research associateship
International Biodiversity Day to focus on “Biodiversity and Agriculture”
Call for research proposals for the South African National Antarctic Programme (SANAP) support in 2009
SAEON prepares to generate more comprehensive observation data
Monitoring South Africa’s valuable rangelands
Investigating long-term change in SA’s rocky shore biota
The case for long-term electronic data archiving
Raising a new generation committed to sustainable practices
The Scholar Ship docks in Cape Town to bring science to young South Africans
New monitoring project established at Majeje High School
SAEON Egagasini
New SAEON Fynbos Node gears up for action
Read the US LTER Network Newsletter online
Call for nominations: 2008 South African Awards for Women in Science
World Water Day 2008
“Coping with water scarcity” was the theme of this year’s World Water Day, celebrated on March 22
The future of water in SA
Minorities the forgotten victims of climate change
Minorities and indigenous people frequently bear the brunt of the ravages of climate change but also often come last on the aid list because they are on the margins of society.
SAEON in the Media
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