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A large number of automatic weather stations has been implemented in the frame of the BIOTA AFRICA project by the Namibian National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) and the Group "Biodiversity, Evolution and Ecology" (BEE) of the University of Hamburg. The website offers hourly updates of data and graphs of a large number of weather parameters.


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Launch of the book series of BIOTA Southern Africa


Introduction



 Photo: Steph Fennessy
On 13 April 2011, the book series of BIOTA Southern Africa has been launched by The Honourable Minister of Environment and Tourism of Namibia, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah (centre), the Councellor for Development Cooperation of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Windhoek, Dr Romeo Bertolini (left), the Master of ceremony, Dr Julian Fennessy, the chair of BIOTA Southern Africa, Norbert Juergens (right) and numerous guests in the frame of a ceremony at the Goethe Centre in Windhoek, Namibia.
Link to BIOTABook


Press links

  • AZ (Allgemeine Zeitung) Windhoek - online
    "Artenvielfalt im Brennpunkt - In drei Bänden: Forschungsergebnisse, Zukunftsaussichten, Praktische Hinweise" (14 April 2011)
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  • AZ (Allgemeine Zeitung) Windhoek - online
    "Mehr Naturschutz statt Profitgier" (14 April 2011)
    Weblink


Photo gallery


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Master of ceremony, Dr Julian Fennessy (NNF), is moderating the BIOTA book launch.

© Steph Fennessy
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More than 60 guests attend the BIOTA book launch at the Goethe Centre in Windhoek, Namibia.

© Steph Fennessy
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The Honourable Minister of Environment and Tourism of Namibia, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, and Norbert Juergens, presenting the BIOTA books.
© Steph Fennessy


Launch of the Photo Guide to Plants of Southern Africa



Also the Website "Photo Guide to Plants of Southern Africa", has been launched officially. All plant people are invited to please contribute further photos to expand the number of species, covered by the website.

http://www.southernafricanplants.net

Please contact: photo@southernafricanplants.net

Download Poster of the photoguide