The team as SASAqS annual congress 2018

The team as SASAqS annual congress 2018

Last week, the team embarked on a long drive to Cape St Francis Bay to attend the annual congress of the Southern African Society for Aquatic Sciences. They had an amazing week and really enjoyed sharing their various projects to the sciences community.

Céline presented the results of her collaborative study with SAIAB on the wellbeing of freshwater eels in the Keiskamma and Umgeni catchments. Matthew convinced everyone he was going to save the world with the FISTRAC concept. Gordon took us to the Nile Basin and his E-Flow and Risk study – which has been implemented ! And finally Hazel introduced us the world of Bayesian network and risks.

Fortunate presented her results on poster regarding her MSc project on the genetic and conservation of Mozambique Tilape while Melissa talked us about the very important Thukela Catchment. Gordon also presented a poster about PROBFLOW.

It was a good opportunity to network and also, have a bit of fun at the beach !

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