Hydrographic Society of South Africa NPC

World Hydrography Day - Durban

Thursday, 21st June 2018 at 1pm - 4pm

Location: University of Kwazulu Natal

This event is in the past.

You are invited to Join us on Thursday 21st June from 13h00 to 16th00 to celebrate World Hydrography Day And the key role Hydrography plays in our maritime lives.
 
The event is being held at The School of Engineering, Howard Campus, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal from 13h00 to 16h00.
 
There will be a short presentation on A Career in Hydrography, followed by refreshments and drinks.
 
The presentation will be given at 15h00 in the Murray Lecture Theatre, School of Engineering, Howard Campus, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal
 
This presentation is timed to coincide with the same presentation being given in Cape Town at the Oceanography Department,  RW James Physics Building, University of Cape Town.
 
This is the inaugural HSSA East Coast Chapter presentation in Durban and it would be a pleasure in introducing you to the Society, the profession and give an opportunity to meet like-minded people with an interest in the sea and the maritime world. 
 
Should you like to get involved and participate in the showcase and illustrate to the Public and Students how your company, institution or organisation is involved in hydrography and highlight the significance and importance of your activities and operations to increase public awareness of the seas, charting, safety at sea, navigation, the ports and harbours, beaches and estuaries and the importance it all plays in our lives, then please contact me on the number below to discuss the opportunity of exhibiting in a small way.  This is a non-profit organisation and the showcase is free of charge.
 
We look forward in you joining us and taking part in this augural event hosted by the HSSA on the East Coast, and sharing the importance of hydrography with the public and students of Durban.
 
 

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