Ecosystems Management


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Construction of Natural Wetland Ecosystem for Endangered Frogs


This was a project undertaken in July/August 2000 together with the Environmental Consultant Geoff Nichols to create a natural wetland habitat for endangered frogs and other aquatic species on the grounds of the University of Natal, Durban Campus at Cato Manor. This project was funded by the European Union.


The photograph below was taken of the begining of construction work at the northern end of the natural wetland and pond for endangered frogs University of Natal, Durban Campus at Cato Manor
pond horth end
Photo courtesey of Geoff Nichols

The photograph below was taken of the begining of construction work at the southern end of the natural wetland and pond for endangered frogs University of Natal, Durban Campus at Cato Manor
cato manor pond
Photo courtesey of Geoff Nichols

The photograph below was taken of the semi-completed pond and adjacent wetland that was being created  for endangered frogs University of Natal, Durban Campus at Cato Manor
pond finiish
Photo courtesey of Geoff Nichols




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