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Professor Sanne Ter Horst - Quaestiones Mathematicae

12 April 2023 • Announcements & Notices
After starting at Quaestiones Mathematicae as editor in 2010, serving as associate editor from 2013 and finally as editor-in-chief since 2016, Professor Themba Dube from UNISA retired on 31 December 2022. He was succeeded by...

African Rangelands and Pastoralism in a Changing Continent

2 March 2023 • Announcements & Notices
Following the increasing global recognition of the momentous dynamics that are globally reshaping rangelands and biodiversity, the Government of Mongolia proposed in 2019 that the United Nations (UN) declare an International Year of Rangelands and...
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