I’m Published!

Repeat photography as a tool for detecting and monitoring historical changes in South African coastal habitats

This is so exciting and I can’t thank my Professors and Co-authors enough! I would love for you to read the article and let me know what you think. I love this work because it takes science back to it’s origins, in observation.

These repeat images are truly worth a thousand words, and they (at at least to me) illustrate our inherent bias in accepting the environment as we found it, when we first arrived, without exploring further back. Historical ecology is a fascinating subject and I’d love to expand on this work in the future!

Keep your eyes and minds open!

Anyway enough waffle, see the link below:



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