SEEC is presenting an online short course in statistical data analysis and experimental design using R. The course aims to equip participants with practical experience and skills in analysing data, using some statistical tech
The 8th biennial International Statistical Ecology Conference (ISEC) will be hosted by SEEC and the Stats Department from 27 June to 1 July 2022 at the Breakwater Lodge, Cape Town.
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Sign up for an interesting course offered by the Modelling and Simulation Hub, Africa (MASHA). The short course will be about Mathematical Modelling for Infectious Diseases from 4 to 14 May 2020 at UCT.
Interested in applying for an MSc using citizen science to understand the distribution of introduced species?
The DST-NRF Centre of Excellence for Invasion Biology is hosting a MSc project which will assess the value of iNaturalist data for i
This month, Jack Fearey, an MSc candidate within the Centre for Statistics in Ecology, Environment and Conservation and Sea Search group, will be joining Greenpeace on their vessel, the Arctic Sunrise, to go to the Vema Seamount. The Vema Seamount
We are seeking a full-time Research Officer on a one-year contract to work on various projects that form part of the SEEC-SANBI collaboration. These include analysis of large-scale biodiversity data, piloting data pipelines and giving inputs on monitor
UAV ("drone") image of the Drie Kuilen study site where some of our experimental work is taking place (Picture: Adam West and Justin van Blerk).
We are looking for a postdoc interested in working at the interface of
The SAEON Fynbos and Ndlovu Nodes have developed a collaboration with researchers at SEEC and Rhodes University, and provincial conservation agencies to develop rapid and repeatable tools for monitoring and mitigating global change impacts on natural r
Congratulations to Greg Duckworth and Alecia Nickless who both graduated with their PhDs this December. We are very proud of you!
Greg did his PhD on the effects of protected areas and climate change on the occupancy dynamics o
We seek several students to join our NRF ACCESS funded “Seasonality in the Cape” project exploring the impacts of changes in rainfall seasonality on vegetation and birds in the global biodiversity hotspot of the Greater Cape Floristic Regio
Congratulations to Danielle Boyd who graduated with a M.Sc. in Statistical Ecology this month. We are proud of you Danielle!
The title of Danielle's thesis is "Fishery, population dynamics and stock assessment of geelbek (At
In January SEEC hosted David Warton a Professor and Australian Research Council Future Fellow from the University of South Wales.
David champions the movement away from traditional methods of exploratory multivariate analyses to more pre