South African Young Academy of Science

Author archive for mauro95cesar

  • Day in the life, in Portugal

    Remote based work has taken on a whole new level and flavour for me since June 2021. After much deliberation,…

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  • My reactions to the 6th IPCC Assessment Report

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change.…

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  • PhD Student- Supervisor Relationship

    As a PhD student, my supervisors have become the most important people in my academic life. That said, it is…

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  • Jack/Jill of all trades, master of none. The modern-day dilemma.

    I have been reading a book called Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, written by Yuval Noah Harari. As the…

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  • Presenting Google Earth Engine at the UCL-Wits climate workshop

    I was asked by my supervisor Prof. Jen Fitchett to present at the University College London (UCL)- University of the…

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  • I may be a student, but I love the nostalgia of my childhood.

    I often watch a show on the History Channel called American Pickers – two guys that travel around America picking…

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  • In 2021 I would like to travel… around South Africa.

    In any other year, the title of this blog would be ‘in 2017/2018/2019 I would like to travel the world’.…

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  • Earth’s heart attack’ moment

    The natural world is fading, the evidence is all around… But if we act now, we can yet put it…

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  • Could I make it as a studytuber?

    2021, another year of lockdown and the continuation of “unprecedented times”. Despite being a full-time registered PhD student, I have…

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  • From aspiring cricketer to geographer, my journey thus far.

    I was born on 4 June 1995 in Parktown – a South African with Portuguese heritage. I grew up with…

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