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Invasive Species Congresses
The 42nd Annual Symposium on the Management of Invasive Alien Plants is on from 18-20 June, 2014 at the ProteaKarridene Beach Hotel in KwaZulu-Natal. Follow us for live updates from the Symposium. Visit our Facebook page (Invasive Species South Africa)for the latest developments or follow us on Twitter @InvasivesSA and engage on the conversations with the hash tag - #InvasiveSpecies.
This annual symposium draws South Africa’s top weed and biocontrol scientists, as well as invasion biologists, under one roof to discuss topical issues on the management of invasive alien plants.
The symposium is relevant toland managers for national parks, nature and game reserves, road and railway agencies, forestry and agriculture, the nursery and horticultural industry, policy, planning and advisory officials, weed and invasive species researchers, environmental consultants, herbicide manufacturers and distributors, as well as University students interested in invasive species management and conservation.
To download the Annual Symposium Notice information PDF, click here
The themes for the 2014 symposium include:
Managing pathways, areas and species.
Reflection on the international Biocontrol Workshop which was held in the Kruger National Park in March 2014.
Implications of the NEMBA Alien and Invasive Species Regulations.
Here is a list of Presentations for the symposium: