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The SARChI lab doing their 67 minutes for Madiba Day
Dr Rachel Cooper has just published two papers from her PhD thesis on Hake modelling economics.
We are pleased that our research on small pelagics fisheries - penguin interactions
Congratulations to Emma, who has received a special birthday present from the Journal of Marine Systems:
Congratulations to Louise, who just had the twin papers emanating from her MSc research (UCT, 2015) published in the SA Journal of Science:
As contribution to DAFF’s scientific basis for management advice, we have prepared three documents for the attention of the International Panel:
Good governance and management - good fisheries - healthy ecosystems. A comparative study by the Human Dimensions Task Group of the global IndiSeas Programme supports the widespread impression
Congratulations to Lynne and the IndiSeas team for their new comparative paper, which confirms the value...
Congratulations to Kate, whose first paper from her PhD has been published in PLoS ONE...
Heartfelt congratulations to Lynne who has been invited to serve as a lead author for Chapter 2 in the global assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services of IPBES (the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services)...
For Mandela Day our industrious lab members have been knitting away at these beautiful squares for KnitNominations. Thank you Catherine, Emma, Louise, Kate and Lynne for knitting as well as the not-so-knit-skilled members for funding! The squares will be turned into blankets for the Zoe Project at Retreat Maternity Hospital.
Emma Lockerbie has published the first paper from her ongoing PhD research. Contributing to the global IndiSeas research project, her findings shows that the sequential analysis of suites of ecological, fishing and environmental indicators can be used in order to determine ecosystem trends in the Southern...