Welcome

Keynote speakers

Alien plant invasions, their impacts and effective responses

When systems are broken, restoration becomes the narrative

Session 1

Detection and mapping of invasive alien plants in the Western Cape Water Supply System (WCWSS)

I know what you did last summer: locating and dating land cover change events in the Renosterveld

Invasive potential and management interventions for Melaleuca diosmifolia in South Africa

Monitoring active riparian rehabilitation sites in the Berg & Breede River catchment, Western Cape, South Africa

Making the case for active riparian rehabilitation. A comparison of methods in the Berg-Breede Catchment, Western Cape

Special Session

Flower Valley :  Conservation Collaboration in the Overberg:

Session 2

Predicting social wasp invasion in Mediterranean type ecosystems: insights form the Cape

A fresh look at biocontrol for pines

Using geospatial technology to identify groundwater dependent wetlands

Exploring the representation of wetlands in hydrological models and their applicability to palmiet wetlands of the upper Kromme catchment

Connectivity clues: hydrological monitoring to understand surface and groundwater flows in the Kromme and Baviaanskloof catchments, the eastern end of the Table Mountain Group

Quantifying the Water Benefits of Ecological Infrastructure Restoration: Greater Cape Town Water Fund Case Study

Virtual Field Trip