Welcome to SASAqS

The Southern African Society of Aquatic Scientists is a learned society concerned with the research, management and conservation of inland waters throughout southern Africa. Established in 1964 as the Limnological Society of South Africa, SASAqS provides an important forum for discussion. The two cornerstones of the society's activities are the annual congress and the African Journal of Aquatic Science. The society has also contributed to a variety of projects ranging from National Legislation to the publication of books.

World Climate Statement, Sept. 2020
The world's aquatic resources are now under their greatest threat in human history. Human-caused climate change is accelerating the degradation of aquatic ecosystems and the services they provide.