CTD deployment in False Bay
False Bay Project
The False Bay Project is a collaborative project between the Marine Research Institute at the University of Cape Town (UCT) through the Oceanography department and the Institute of Maritime Technology through the South African Navy (IMT). The...
Agulhas Current
Marine Remote Sensing
Satellite products are a major part of ocean observation and is one of the core research areas. The department is also one of the major partners in the Marine Remote Sensing Unit which aims to provide for the operational and research remote sensing...
SA Agulhas
Bridging the Atlantic - The world’s oceans are undergoing significant changes – seen in indicators such as temperature and salinity. Dr Isabelle Ansorge PI of SAMOC-SA explains how South African scientists and students from the Oceanography Dept....
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Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Neil Hart

Department of Oceanography is glad to announce that one of our recent graduates, Dr. Neil Hart, has won the Faculty of Science PhD. medal for 2013 for his thesis  Synoptic-scale rainfall patterns over southern Africa: Scale interactions with large-scale modes of variability. In addition to  this medal he will also receive the Joseph Arenow Prize. Dr. Hart is currently a postdoctoral research assistant in the Dept. of Meteorology at Reading University. Our warmest congratulations.

Publication Date:
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 14:30