Research

The Knysna Estuary is South Africa’s most important in terms of conservation. The high…

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Educate

We consider education to be integral in successful conservation. Since 2014 the Knysna Basin…

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Conserve

To ensure sustainable conservation of the Knysna Estuary, the research we do is used…

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About KNYSNA BASIN PROJECT

Scientifically focused

The Knysna Basin Project is fundamentally scientifically focused and we pride ourselves in the standard and quality of our research.

Research facilities

We aim to facilitate and promote research and can provide access to our facilities which include a field station equipped with standard research equipment, a smaller wetlab with direct access to the Knysna estuary and a 4 m, 40 HP research vessel.

Community engagement

We love the estuary and all that it entails and our basic educational aim is to instill the same passion for our environment into those that use the estuary – from far and wide. This aim is achieved by hosting a number of estuarine and marine outings.

 

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The Truncated Mangrove Snail

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Each month we feature a new species. This month we discuss Cerithidea decollata (Linnaeus, 1767) (text and photograph by Alan Hodgson). This marine snail...

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An Artful Waste Challenge

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The Knysna Basin Project launched the Artful Waste Challenge during last year’s Knysna Oyster Festival. What does this challenge entail, you might ask? First,...

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