UCT shone as staffer Pippin Anderson (above) and student Diane Southey, both from the Department of Botany, collected awards at the Interface conference of the Fynbos and Arid-Zone Ecology Fora in Oudtshoorn in early August.
Anderson, a PhD researcher, received the prize for the best paper presentation for her talk, The Impact of Grazing along an Environmental Gradient in the Kamiesberg.
In turn, Southey was awarded the best student presentation accolade for her address, Exploring Weather as a Driver of Large Fires.
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