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Snapshots of GFW activities.

Prof Tim O'Connor & Ian Rushworth contemplate the possibilities or resurrecting research programs at the Cathedral Peak (16/05/2011).
Large Aperture Scintillometer
Plant enthusiasts in their element
Paul and Tristan (13/06/2014).
Mike's Pass Met Station
Setting up the historic Met Station (01/08/2012).
Fun at work
Sue and Matt (15/05/2013).
Ready for sampling!
Nolu Jafta - the day awaits...
Birthday celebrations!
Happy = Birthday x Cake. (31/10/2014).
Happy faces
Prof Guy Bates & Monique looking excited at the prospects of their hard earned data.
What an experience!
Sue, Nasiphi, Sne & Monique - all in a days work...
In the field
Scientists enjoying a day out in the field.
Eddy Covariance tower
Prof C Everson explains the Eddy tower to interested on collaborators.
Dr T Everson resampling the Tomlinson-Everson plots in the catchments.
Nature lovers
Marking vegetation plots
Siya & Jack, DST NRF IT interns.
University of Qwaqwa
Qwaqwa in field with SAEON at Cathedral Peak.
UFS QwaQwa Field school 2015
UFS QwaQwa Students visit Cathedral Peak for their plant ecology module supervised by Dr Erwin Sieben.
Technical workshop at Cathedral Peak-2015, Find Wally
Technical Worshop 2015: Setting up a weather station
Fresh out the box, the team set up a weather station with all the bells and whistles, under the guidance of Prof Colin Everson. This station is destined for a high altitude site in the Drakensberg.
Technical training: 2015
Coffee is essential
Technical training:2015
There's Wally
GFW interns climb high
SAEON GFW interns Nqobile and Nobuhle set up a weather station at Bambanani school
GFW interns climb high
Intrepid botanist
Jumping for Joy
Enjoying the beach
Oh yeah!
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