Monthly Archives: September 2012

Talking (to each other) about research at/through Gobabeb

September 2012 saw the Gobabeb Research and Training Centre host/house two excellent academic conferences – that of SAAG (the South African Association of Geomorphologists) and SASQUA (southern African Society for Quaternary Research).

In addition to a full programme of talks and posters, some short outings to the Kuiseb and surrounds and plenty of dune-scrambling, there was (at SASQUA) a short meeting to discuss the future of research involving Gobabeb. To this end, I’ve created a blog page, which I hope might provide a platform to continue these discussions. and I would like to add anyone who is interested and thinks this type of tool would be useful to be an admin/author of this blog, to be able to contribute!