ORI: 30 Years of tagging fish
A press release from Stuart Dunlop of ORI (Oceanographic Research Institute) announces 30 years of tagging fish in and southern African waters.
“The Oceanographic Research Institute’s Cooperative Fish Tagging Project (ORI-CFTP) was the brain-child of past ORI Director Rudy van der Elst and was initiated in 1984. After 30 years this project is still going strong and is undoubtedly one of the most enduring and successful environmental projects of its kind in South Africa. This celebration is most significant for this long term project and it is a great opportunity to learn more about its achievements over the past 30 years and its plans for the future.”
And invites you along for a gathering to celebrate this worthy milestone…
Please join us in celebrating 30 years of citizen science and the amazing contribution made by the angling public.
Date: 25 August 2015
Time: 17h30 for 18h00
Venue: Len Bauman Conference Hall, uShaka Marine World (1 King Shaka Avenue, Point, Durban)
18h00 – Welcome refreshments on arrival
18h30 – Introduction by SAAMBR CEO, Larry Oellermann
18h40 – Presentation by Bruce Mann: 30 years of tagging and citizen science: an overview
19h15- Presentation by Stuart Dunlop: Current achievements and where to from here
19h45- A guided walk around the aquarium
Please respond by Tuesday 14th August 2015 to Ramini (firstname.lastname@example.org / 031 328 8178) if you will be attending as seats are limited. Partners are welcome.