jessica@knysnaestuary.co.za

Coastal System Research

Our mission is to promote and support the conservation of the highly productive and biodiversity rich Knysna Estuary, using targeted scientific research, knowledge creation and dissemination, societal education and stakeholder collaboration.

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Research

Develop, facilitate and promote demand driven conservation and management focused research aimed at maintaining…

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Educate

Provide and implement relevant environmental education to stakeholders in social-ecological systems through the development…

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Conserve

Determine the occurrence, extent and effects of anthropogenic impacts on natural systems, and provide…

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Collaborate

Facilitate and support a Community of Practice that provides a learning platform for research,…

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Coastal Living of the Future

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Coastal System Research

The Knysna Basin Project is an NGO based in Knysna, South Africa, focused on coastal system research – particularly how these systems change over time, what actions can be taken to effectively manage and conserve these systems and how communities can and should live within these systems.

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Recent Posts

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Introducing Our Flagship White Steenbras Project

Jessica Seath

We are excited to announce our new flagship initiative, the White Steenbras Project, dedicated to studying and preserving the White Steenbras in the Knysna...

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Proposed Water Quality Management Programme & State of Water Quality (2023)

Jessica Seath

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A Post-Graduate Research Project on fish diversity in the Knysna Estuary

Jessica Seath

Andrew Meiklejohn – Masters Candidate Rhodes University, Department of Icthyhology and Fisheries Science The final two samples for my master’s were made up of...

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Educator Empowerment Project – Knysna Basin Project

Jessica Seath

Teachers who have knowledge of a topic teach with confidence and, conversely, are not confident in their teaching with content which they are not...

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