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Saldanha Bay - A mini-suite of papers

Saldanha Bay - A mini-suite of papers

14 December 2015 • Announcements & Notices
Saldanha Bay is a semi-enclosed system located on the west coast of South Africa and is the focus of a mini-suite containing three papers published in Volume 37, issue 4 of the African Journal of...
Brooding Brittle Star Babies in 3D

Brooding Brittle Star Babies in 3D

10 December 2015 • Announcements & Notices
Published in African Journal of Marine Science, Volume 37, issue 4, J. Landschoff and CL. Griffiths’ “Three-dimensional visualisation of brooding behaviour in two distantly related brittle stars from South African waters” describe high resolution 3D images,...
Call for papers: Special Issue on HIV Prevention

Call for papers: Special Issue on HIV Prevention

19 November 2015 • Announcements & Notices
The 21st International AIDS conference in 2016 presents all stakeholders with a strategic opportunity to debate how the HIV prevention response in the East and Southern African region should be shaped going forward.  HEARD, at the University...
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal - NEW TO NISC

East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal - NEW TO NISC

7 October 2015 • Announcements & Notices
Focusing on areas of agriculture, livestock, forestry and natural science management, The East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal has contributed to original research by publishing findings of scholarly works in Africa since 1908. The journal is...
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- SAJP author from Florida Atlantic University
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- Stan Pillar, Editor of the African Journal of Marine Science (1996-2013)