SAMSS 2014 Awards

Posted 23 July 2014 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
SAMSS 2014 Awards

Congratulations to Prof. Mark Gibbons, Mr Phumlile Cotiyane and Mr Denham Parker who were among the award recipients at the recent 15th Southern African Marine Sciences Symposium (SAMSS) held at Stellenbosch during July 2014.

Prof. Gibbons is an associate editor for African Journal of Marine Science and won the highly prestigious Gilchrist Medal for distinguished marine scientists. This Medal serves as recognition of the recipients' contribution to the field of marine science, to further stimulate excellence in South African marine science and to focus attention on South Africa's marine and coastal environments.

Mr Cotiyane and Mr Parker won the 'best poster' and best 'oral presentation' prizes respectively. They receive a book prize which was sponsored by NISC (Pty) Ltd.

Congratulations to all award recipients!

 

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