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Centre for African Conservation Ecology

23/04/2015

We are incredibly happy to announce that four ACE masters students successfully completed their Master's degrees and graduated this past week at the Nelson Mandela Metropoliatn University.

Congratulations to:

 

Megan de Jager (MSc Geography) - An analysis of soil properties associated with badland and gulley erosion in rural catchements of the Ngqushwa district, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

 

Jana du Toit (MSc Zoology) - Changes in the diet resource use by elephant Loxodonta africana due to changes in resource availability in the Addo Elephant National Park.

 

 

Kate Southey (MSc Zoology) -  Approaches in the prioritization of areas for biodiversity conservation: a case study from the Western Cape of South Africa.

 

 

We at ACE, would like to make special mention of Jessica Leaver, who graduated Cum Laude

 

Jessica Leaver (MSc Zoology - Cum Laude) - Opions for Eland: A multiscale assessment of anitpredatory responses of a vulnerable prey species to their dominant predator in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

 

 

We wish all of this years ACE graduates every success for the future.